A visual guide to useEffect

January 12, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

🗓 We’re back and ready for another fantastic year for React (though we’re going to take a quick look back at React Conf 2021 first). React 18 is only just around the corner, too – exciting times!
Peter Cooper and Terence Gannon — your editors

▶  A Recap of React Conf 2021 — React Conf took place online for the first time in 2021 and this is a fantastic summary of what took place along with videos of the talks and why you might watch some of them. The main keynote covered the state of concurrency, Suspense, server components, React Native, and more.

Jesslyn Tannady and Rick Hanlon

On React Project Layout — The author makes the case that the layout of the src directory should be more standardized, similar to the approach taken by the highly opinionated Ruby on Rails. Here is his proposal for making this directory something other than the ‘wild west’.

Tommy Groshong

React Developer at X-Team (Remote) — Join the most energizing community for developers and work on long-term projects for Riot Games, FOX, Sony, Coinbase, and more.

Senior Full Stack Engineer (Remote) — Invoca is looking for passionate developers to join our team. Help build something awesome with React, GraphQL and Ruby on Rails.

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.

Real-Time React Apps Using Watchables — The impetus for Shortwave’s creation of their open source watchable library was to address a small yet intractable requirement: for their app’s users to see updates to their email inbox without the need for a refresh. This article describes its use as well as potential application outside the original domain.

Tyler Rockwood (Shortwave)

🛠 Code and Tools

ActiveMDX: More Easily Re-Use and Re-Purpose Documentation — For any domain—such as software development—which depends on accurate and up-to-date technical documentation, a classic pain point is keeping the various re-used chunks of content up-to-date. Based on MDX, this library offers the promise of keeping these documents in sync as the source document content evolves.

Jonathan Soeder

🥦 And on a health kick..

Calories-In: A New Year, A New You? — The perennial polesitter of New Year’s resolutions is losing weight or improving health in some way — often achieved by eating better. What better way to welcome in 2022, therefore, than a React powered meal planner..! Submitted by a React Status reader, you can check out a live version or watch a video demo.

Vladimir Angelov