React Year in Review, 21 React optimization techniques, awesome React components & more

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React Ninjas Newsletter

React Ninjas Newsletter

December 28 · Issue #37 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for React pros.

Andrés currently applies his knowledge to build developer platform Jexia. You can check previous newsletter editions here.

What's new in React v16.7
React Year in Review 2018 | Harry Wolff
A post on css-in-js, featuring styles as objects
Max Koretskyi, aka Wizard
Ever wondered how TypeScript compiler works or what's EcmaScript grammar? Check out my article “Gentle introduction into compilers. Part 1: Lexical analysis and Scanner” It took me 3 months to write 😅 … … #javascript #webdev #typescript #Angular #React
6:15 PM - 27 Dec 2018
In what way is JS any more maintainable than CSS?
GraphQL concepts I wish someone explained to me a year ago
Redux middleware patterns
Structuring the app navigation
Jonathan Carter
When collaborating on a web frontend, it's important for everyone to actually see the app. Now, sharing localhost servers via Live Share is as easy as starting them from the @code terminal. Simply run "npm start", "flask run", etc. and guests will automatically get secure access!
6:49 PM - 26 Dec 2018
Animating between views in React
Building a React typography system
21 performance optimization techniques for React
How to customize your third party React components
Defining interdependent props in Typescript for React components
Challenges in server-side-rendering React apps
Building a React infinite scroller component from scratch
Step by step creating DAPP — using Ethereum, React & IPFS — Part 3
Alessio Minichiello
Obviously we could extract the debounce `effect` and create our custom hook 😉
4:11 PM - 21 Dec 2018
Awesome React components
Let your child learn coding with these 6 toys and kits
Herman Starikov
Inspired by the @ericries Lean Startup, I made a little analytics tool. Using it, it's super easy to add A/B testing into React apps. Today it's on @ProductHunt 🎉
2:02 PM - 26 Dec 2018
Create beautiful and simple HTML pages from files
Revisiting React testing in 2019
Our experiments with design systems
Vue, React and Python: The hottest coding tools of 2018
Lessons learned from a year of fighting with Webpack and Babel
14 JavaScript Conferences in 2019 Every Developer Should Attend
#9 Refactoring our Code | Build a Complete App with GraphQL, Node.js, MongoDB and React.js
React Year in Review 2018
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