I love it, when I can remove a #reactjs `useEffect` that has no “effect”…what a joke. :D
Hey! I’m a senior front-end developer looking for my next medium- to long-term freelance role.
Zustand v4.4.7 is released! https://github.com/pmndrs/zustand/releases/tag/v4.4.7
I guess it doesn't affect 99% of users.
By the way, I'm wondering whether to start working on v5, which requires React 18. How many of you reading this are still using React 17 or below?
Многооконное веб приложение — решение для перегруженных интерфейсов
В данной статье будет рассмотрено возможное решение для разгрузки интерфейсов веб приложений – создание приложения с возможностью выноса части функционала в дополнительные окна, или же просто многооконное приложение. Основа стека React + Redux.
My latest blog post, TypeScript: Infer Types to Avoid Explicit Types, is out! Maybe you’ll find it helpful. https://dev.to/nickytonline/infer-types-to-avoid-explicit-types-1pnn #typescript #reactjs
Redux Toolkit 2.0 release candidate now available! (plus Redux core 5.0 and React-Redux 9.0)
Modifying the stack from React to Next for SEO
I’ve had the itch to create an app that addresses a very specific hobby need I have.
While it definitely could be a PWA app — I’ve got zero interest in paying for hosting, domains, etc.
I own only an iPhone and iPad, but I’ve decided to use #Flutter. My initial impression is that it and #Dart borrow heavily from other popular programming languages and app platforms. I don’t mind that at all. It feels familiar and fresh. #Wpf, #ReactJs, #Swift, #SwiftUI, #TypeScript
#reactjs #nerd I just replaced some messy looking prop drilling with sometimes 9 props (functions and values) being provided to components which passed them on to child components with a very elegant context provider. I am thrilled at this and I also know what the warning signs are to look for when you have forwardRefs and too many props distributed everywhere. I now know what that bad code smells like.
Hello Valtio users!
Eager for some updates? We're excited to release the first alpha version of Valtio v2! 💊 Test it in your projects and let us know how it goes. Your feedback is invaluable.
🤩 Super excited to announce Waku v0.17.0, the minimal React framework designed specifically for React Server Components!
New in this version: SSR to generate HTML for initial load, taking Waku to new heights with other top frameworks.
Check it out 👉 https://github.com/dai-shi/waku ⛩️
Ruby on Rails: The Documentary [video]
#ycombinator #documentary #software_developer #software_engineer #dev #graphql #developer #open_source #coding #vuejs #tutorial #dev_tips #web_developer #web_development #programmer #front_end #back_end #full_stack #php #web_design #reactjs #react #angular #angularjs
Hello Jotai users,
While the core implementation of Jotai is somewhat complex, the utils are implemented quite simply. If you get used to the core feature, it's highly recommended to read the source code. atomWithStorage is one of the major utils, but its essence is pretty straightforward.
Hello world 👋
I'm Jon, an 18-year-old #programming enthusiast from #switzerland. I caught the coding bug at age 12 😉, and I've been fascinated with computer science ever since. #webdevelopment has become my passion.
I'd love to connect!
Developing Waku is improving my experience with Node.js streams. https://nodejs.org/dist/latest-v20.x/docs/api/stream.html I think I learned them in the early days, but this is probably my first time to chain multiple transformers.
I hope to finish my PR soon. https://github.com/dai-shi/waku/pull/147 🤩
☢️ Why I Won't Use Next.js
➥ Kent C. Dodds
「 OpenNext exists because Next.js is difficult to deploy anywhere but Vercel. I'm not making moral judgements here. I appreciate the company’s incentives to make their own hosting offering as attractive as possible, but it’s evident that this incentive has deprioritized making Next.js easy to deploy anywhere 」
Headless Component: a pattern for composing React UIs
Fazendo minha #introduction aqui antes da migração de fato.
Sou brasileiro, potiguar, nascido e criado em Natal, atualmente radicado em São Paulo.
E shitposts... Que dizer... Pooptoots... Muitos pooptoots...
After endless frustration reading people's bad takes on useMemo and useCallback, I wrote a short article. Hopefully it can clear up some misconceptions!
☢️ If you're building on Next.js, get out while you can. One point of failure, Big VC Opensource Energy.
They're already pulling the rug on different parts of its framework, making them only feasible on Vercel.
Extreme conflict on interests.
Small revenues to justify those expensive engineers and devrel.
They're chockholding the React community, like Meta wasn't bad enough already.
Trying to be the AWS of React isn't a good look tbh.
🗞 New episode of Changelog News!
👀 React Server Actions on display at Next.js Conf
🛑 @kentcdodds on why he won't use Next
🟢 Lee Robinson on why he is using Next
📦 @nixos_org' reproducible builds
✍️ OpenSign is an open source alternative to DocuSign
🎙 hosted by @jerod
NextJS Server Actions are NOT Production Ready unless you are using Vercel for deployment. Here is a demo.
Why is tech Twitter obsessed with this in the last 3 days?
Rails killed ReactJS, now its burning the corpse
New episode of JS Party!
Turns out React and video games are like peanut butter and jelly, after all!
Here's a highlight from the stream. Full recording dropping on https://www.youtube.com/@nickytlive next week!
Legend-State 2.0: Faster with a full sync system
We'll discuss all the new goodness in RedwoodJS including React Server Components, and dig into some dev & design too!
Happening Wednesday, October 18th @ 5pm UTC!
It feels like we've been circling around this design pattern for decades; they've been called Observables, Pub/Sub, State, Context, etc.
STOKED to hear that there's discussion around standardizing and adding Signals to the #webPlatform!