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This Week In React #76: Redux, useSyncExternalStore, context, React-Native, Netflix, Shopify,

This Week In React #76: Redux, useSyncExternalStore, context, React-Native, Netflix, Shopify,
By Sébastien Lorber • Issue #76 • View online
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This week in React

👉 React-Redux & useSyncExternalStore
👉 Context & Perf
👉 Spacing children
👉 Netflix Lattice
👉 React Philosophies
👉 Memo
👉 Remotion 2.4
👉 Next.js SEO
👉 Redwood & Envelop
👉 React Native 0.66
👉 RN packages @ Shopify
👉 RNav v1 upgrade
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🧵 Details 👇 https://t.co/vqK4LH2zNg
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React-Redux v8 first alpha has been released by @acemarke

Rewritten in native TypeScript

More importantly adopts new useSyncExternalStore() hook.

This is an important milestone for React 18, according to @dan_abramov

My attempt to summarize why:

https://t.co/KdEKT0ucLn https://t.co/baEKbPqZEU
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How to destroy your app performance using React contexts, by @thoughtspile

One of the best articles on React context performance traps (there are many) I read recently

Explains why HOCs can still be useful to reduce rendering work with earlier bailout

https://t.co/97wVZ6pltr https://t.co/qsXZgEsb6Y
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Spacing children in React by @robinweser

We often want to space list items, but without extra margin at the end.
Explains what it takes to build a reliable abstraction to solve this in React

We'll soon be able to use just "gap" in CSS (flex + grid)

https://t.co/XeOOKyT7xd https://t.co/giFokloQz0
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How We Build Micro Frontends With Lattice

@NetflixEng presented an internal React microfrontend framework

Plugins can register themselves in a host app at runtime

Allows to work in isolation & deploy plugin updates without requiring host app rebuild

https://t.co/GgRiHCHq9P https://t.co/Fq2lCezpYU
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React-Native 0.66 introduced by @lunaleaps

Not too far behind 0.65, prepares for iOS 15, Android 12, Apple M1

Improves release process speed/reliability:
- nightly releases on npm
- "commitly" releases on PRs: easier to test PRs before merge

https://t.co/YQZD62Rlnq https://t.co/Q1n4zext1E
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Reusing Code with React Native Packages at @ShopifyEng

@ElviraBurchik explains work done by the Foundation team to make code-sharing across org easier:

Monorepos, Yarn workspaces, tooling at root, doc site, almost automated Lerna release process...

https://t.co/n0iwQdy8Mq https://t.co/TP7AkzngUv
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Improved app performance and code quality by upgrading React Navigation

@ty___ler explains the strategy to upgrade the large Opendash's app (2016) from React-Navigation v1 to v5.

Gradual migration, v1+v5 working together!

+ TypeScript typing benefits

https://t.co/cQcwSxqcbG https://t.co/QncTo5TlM1
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