A modern React-based HTML email workflow

June 29, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

An MDX, MJML & React Workflow for Building HTML Emails — We know perhaps better than most that creating HTML layouts that work in email clients is.. a tricky job! 😆 While we stay quite old school with our tooling, Josh deftly takes a more modern React-oriented approach here, leveraging Mailjet’s MJML framework and MDX – a way to work with Markdown in JSX – to keep things friendly and maintainable.

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The Complete Guide to Building a React Form in 2022 — A good form can be a thing of beauty – and beauty’s in the details. Read this blog for everything you need to know about designing & building sleek, user-friendly and accessible forms.

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Quick bits:

  • Next.js 12.2 is out: middleware and on-demand ISR support are now both stable, and new experimental support for edge API routes and edge-based SSR have appeared. Related to this, Vercel has now made Vercel Edge Middleware generally available for Next.js and in public beta for other frameworks too.

  • If you’ve not given Storybook (the UI component development tool/environment) a go yet, maybe ▶️ this 100-second explainer video can sell you on it.

Software Engineers — Sticker Mule is the Internet’s most “kick ass” brand. Our software team operates from 17 countries, and we’re always looking for more exceptional engineers.
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Find React Jobs with Hired — Create a profile on Hired to connect with hiring managers at growing startups and Fortune 500 companies. It’s free for job-seekers.

How Shopify Built Hydrogen: A React Framework for Building Custom Storefronts — A deep dive into Shopify’s use of React for their brand new development platform for their merchants. “Frameworks aren’t a zero-sum game. Next.js, Remix, all the others are still awesome, but it makes a lot of sense for Shopify to build their own framework purpose-built for commerce.”

Josh Larson (Shopify)

▶  Framework Friends: A Discussion of Remix with Kent C. Dodds — Talking of React-flavored full-stack dev, show hosts Aaron Francis and Andrew Culver talk at length with Kent C. Dodds about Remix. Other topics include the ‘network chasm’, what it means to be ‘center stack’. They even cover karaoke.

Framework Friends Podcast podcast

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