Remix builds on top of Web standard APIs. Ryan Florence can’t predict if Remix will stick, but gives good reasons to learn it: the knowledge you acquire won’t be lost. It’s like React: no need to learn another templating language, and the JS knowledge you get by using JSX remains usable in many other places.
I increasingly see Remix as a potential gateway to Deno (also based on web APIs), and possibly the next framework to outlive React.
Official launch for MDX 2.0. This technology permits to interleave Markdown and JSX quite easily, very convenient to create interactive content (ie Josh Comeau
’s website, Docusaurus…).
v2 improves on many things: fixes a few syntax problems, significantly improves performances , can support other frameworks…
Alan is inspired by the concepts of lifetime analysis and ownership of objects in Rust to deduce where to put his React state. I feel like I do exactly this, intuitively. Original reading, a little verbose initially, but this makes sense at the end. No need to understand Rust.
Tania explains how to drive the rendering of a React form with a JSON schema. The example is based on Formik and Yup, but it is above all the technique that matters, and can be useful for integration with a CMS or backend that sends you such schema.