Dan Abramov shares a lot of good stuff in his ‘Overreacted’ blog. For example, recently we shared with you his post about React’s useEffect. But one source is not a scale for people who work in the field. And as a software development agency, we are constantly monitoring for new knowledge sources. Today we will present you high-quality open source software from React Training we found on Github.
Surprise! Here you can find such repositories as:
react-routerThis repository is a monorepo that is using Lerna. It has several packages to npm from the same codebase, including:
react-router, react-router-dom, react-router-native, react-router-config
react-mediaIt is a CSS media query component for React.A
<Media>component listens for matches to a CSS media query. There are three props that serve a different purpose.
react-workshopIt contains the course material for React Training.
react-stdioIt lets you render React components on the server, regardless of the backend technology.
reactjs.orgIt contains the source code and documentation powering reactjs.org.
react-broadcastIt provides a reliable way to React components.
react-historyprovides tools to manage session history using React.
Explore them all here.
And while we’re waiting for the new JS frameworks comparison let us introduce you a post about React vs Vue. Way to go!