This is a collection of reusable, low-level visualization components that combine the powers of D3 and React. It has been used internally at Airbnb for the last 2.5 years and was publicly released last week.
We wrote a lot about it in yesterday’s issue of Bytes, if you’d like a longer, more colorful breakdown.
tl;dr, eventually (like, a long eventually), stop using
import React from 'react' and start using
import * as React from 'react'.
This article from the official React Blog describes how React 17 provides support for a new version of JSX Transform. It goes over exactly what that new version is and how to try it out.
In this comprehensive guide, Nader Dabit will teach you how to implement authentication in a Next.js app. It covers client authentication, authenticated server-rendered pages, authenticated API routes, protected routes, and redirects.
Rendering is the most important procedure that a programmer has to manage in frontend development. In React, the
render() method is the only required method in a class component and is responsible for describing the view to be rendered to the browser window. This article will help you understand the subtleties of how this method works.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a full-stack dashboard with KPIs, charts, and a data table. It takes you from data in the database to the interactive, filterable, and searchable admin dashboard.
This tutorial walks you through how to use the React useState hook and the MaterialUI component library to build a multistep medical history collection form.
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An open-source media player that’s customizable, extensible, and framework-agnostic. It also comes with bindings for React and other frameworks.
A set of completely unstyled, fully accessible UI components for React, designed to integrate beautifully with Tailwind CSS. Created by Tailwind Labs.
Use the Vue Composition API in React components.
This video from Fireship demonstrates how quickly React and Firebase can help you to build simple apps like this chat app. Jeff is also maybe showing off just a little bit here, but we’re ok with that too.