After the comparison of React with Vue and all those odes we wrote for Vue, we feel like there are many people using React wait for us to write something about it. The coolest things about React is its reusable components. And we’ll talk about components! Today we’re introducing you the tool for generating React components by replicating your own. Generate React components with Generact!
This week we doubled the number of digests. There are so many great news we can’t fit in one, so we made two. But only as an exception, so don’t get too excited! By the way, рave you ever woken up before an alarm clock? We think it could happen when you really can’t relax always thinking about your work, projects, deadlines, bugs, fixes and so on. Know what? It wouldn’t help if you’ll always be distressed. So relax and get a good sleep. Have a Happy Friday with our latest Syndicode Digest #53 – Anxious pillow!
Last week the new version of React was released. New React 16.3.0 has new lifecycles and new APIs: an official context API, a ref forwarding API, and an ergonomic ref API. For many years, React has offered an experimental API for context. So this time React v16.3.0 is released with many long-requested features!
Things get better! Today’s JS digest will have even more neat and useful repositories than we presented you last time. The other good thing should make you happy is that the winter ends and committers become more active! We collected everything worth your attention from GitHub trending JS repositories! Package managers, game frameworks, environments, linters and more… Enjoy these weekly most popular JS repositories and celebrate the end of the winter!
We use React in many of our projects. And at the end of this year, it’s interesting to find out what themes were most discussed in React community. Syndicode is sharing with you an interesting scope of the most popular React links shared in 2017.