AWS Amplify UI goes GA

July 6, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

The New Wave of React State Management — It wouldn’t be a complete React Status if there wasn’t something about state management 😁 This (quite lengthy) article gives a sweeping overview, along with some history and opinion on the way, rather than presenting the capabilities of a single tool or approach.

Frontend Mastery

Are You Looking For a Really Fast React Table? — Then you should definitely see the performance of the KendoReact Data Grid that can handle hundreds of thousands of items. Easily set up your benchmarking test with the help of this article.

Progress KendoReact

Amplify UI for React Now Generally AvailableAmplify is AWS’s offering intended to attract frontend and mobile development projects to their infrastructure by bundling various parts of it together with useful tooling. A significant part of that is Amplify UI, a collection of React components connected directly to the AWS cloud.

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Quick bits:

  • 📆 reactjsday 2022 is taking place on October 21 in Verona, Italy. The CFP is open until July 24.

  • 📆 useReactNYC is heading back to in-person events with Shawn ‘swyx’ Wang and Nawaz Khan set to speak at the next event on July 13.

  • An interesting demo of a service that claims to run React’s entire test suite in just 12 seconds (versus over 3 minutes usually) by running the tests server-side in parallel.

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🛠 Code and Tools

react-local-toast — Provide feedback related to particular components rendered on the page as illustrated in their showcase.


React Page 5.0 – WYSIWYG editor control.
PrimeReact 8.2 – Rich React UI component library.
React Chat Elements 12.0 – Message boxes, chat lists, avatars, etc.
Jotai 1.7.3 – Minimal and flexible state management.
Preact 10.9 – It’s kinda React, but it’s also kinda not.