One developer’s extensive set of insights and ideas around best practices when developing React apps.
An introduction to a tool for developing UI components outside of your app in an isolated, more collaborative environment.
An attempt to recreate React’s core functionality with as little code as possible and with first-class ES6 support. There are lots of demos to check out.
It seems quite a few people are looking for React-flavored alternatives.
Angular and React? Here’s a look at work being done to render Angular 2 apps with React Native to make cross-platform native app dev easier.
Not something we’d seen coming, but it’s great to see this cooperation.
Didn’t make it to React.js Conf? Enjoy all of the videos here. Perhaps start with Nick Schrock’s keynote?
Any conference that shares all of its videos online is okay by us.
Dan Abramov, the creator of Redux and React Hot Loader, takes an extensive look at the issues around implementing hot reloading functionality for React components and what he’s working on next.
One of the heroes of the React world.
Just one guy’s opinion, but it blew up on Hacker News.
A look at Enzyme, a library for testing React components.
With the first ‘major version’ release following 0.14.0, React 15 brought key improvements to how React interacts with the DOM and removed some deprecations. 15.0.1 followed a day later, but 15 was the major release.
An very in-depth tutorial, with code, diagrams, and insights into the process behind creating an isomorphic React and Express app.
After just one year in the open source community, React Native has changed the way many developers build apps on both desktop and mobile platforms. This is a great summary of what’s occurred.
React Native has opened up React to a whole new type of developer (and, conversely, mobile development to existing React developers.)
Wireframe basic React components and download a skeleton project for Express or Hapi in one click.
A fiery showdown by Cory House.
Angular vs React articles have become a trend in recent months.
Everyone loves a list post.. right? Keep your components small, write functional components, write stateless components, use Redux.js, and more.
An in-depth comparison of 3 React alternatives (Deku, Preact and Virtual Dom) and why they could prove useful for your next project.
Another comparison, but this time based on statistics and properties of each framework.
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