The most popular React links of 2017
Here, we’ve dug through the data to bring you the most popular links shared in 2017. Take a look:
How to Organize a Large React Application and Make It Scale
Jack Franklin describes a set of tips and best practices for creating and organizing React applications in a scalable way.
How to structure components in React?
“Components are a great abstraction to build both small and big systems. It’s only a case of picking the right solution.”
Writing Scalable React Apps with the Component Folder Pattern
An approach for turning giant components into bite-sized logical pieces and organizing them logically using the ‘component folder’ pattern.
Seven Reasons to Outlaw React’s Functional Components
Cory House asks if React’s functional components are worth the cost?
Eight Things to Learn in React before using Redux
What you should know about React before using Redux, focusing on state management and components.
Reactide: A Dedicated IDE for React Development
This cross-platform desktop app includes a simulator and integrated server for rapid development. It proved popular when we shared it back in March — it now has over 7,000 stars on GitHub.
React State vs. Redux State: When and Why?
Tyler Hoffman | Shared in June’s Issue 40
Even if you choose to use Redux in your project, you will still need to make decisions on how much of your data is stored in Redux.
Five Tips for Working with Redux in Large Applications
Some helpful rules and tips to keep Redux manageable.
React Bits: A Compilation of React Patterns and Tips
A variety of React-oriented techniques, tips and tricks broken down into 50 digestible chunks.
How to greatly improve your React app performance
A review of common React performance pitfalls (such as bad
shouldComponentUpdate implementations and using events poorly) and how to avoid them.
A few other notable links:
- Handling State in React: Four Immutable Approaches to Consider
- Clean Code vs. Dirty Code: React Best Practices
- I wish I knew these before diving into React
- How Facebook’s Instagram Acquisition Led To The Open Sourcing of React
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