React 18 Release Candidate released

March 9, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

⭐️  How to Upgrade to the React 18 Release Candidate — The full production release of React 18 is seemingly imminent: just out, the detailed documentation covering the upgrade to this week’s release candidate. The post also includes useful information about some of the major new features.

Rick Hanlon and React Core Team

‘My Experience Building a Chess App in React’ — The author describes himself as a self-taught, relative newcomer to React development. As a result, he describes his approach to this well-defined problem in terms that those at a similar point in the learning curve will find easy to understand.

Fred Litt

Case Study: Moving from Next to Remix — We have covered Remix quite a bit over the last few issues. The first case studies from ‘the wild’ are beginning to come in. In this case, the author covers the rewrite of his personal site (which is where this article is hosted).

Adam Collier

800+ Slides Covering Numerous React Topics — An interesting approach to sharing programming knowledge. Marko’s slides cover topics from beginner to advanced including the use of hooks, GraphQL, React Native, portals, testing, and more. A handy resource if you’re learning.

Marko Knöbl

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.

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.

▶  Building an Interactive Map with Google Maps Platform and React — Another installment in our informal series where a relatable and concrete goal is tackled with React. But this one goes a little beyond simply displaying a map. It also uses that map to perform some simple, quantified geographic analysis.

Leigh Halliday

Unit Testing React Apps with Jest and Enzyme — If you have not yet fully committed to setting up a suite of automated tests for your project, this tutorial provides a focused, concise set of steps that will bootstrap your understanding of the basic concepts and then work through a specific example illustrating their use.

Mineki Okada

Theming React Native Applications with Styled Components — Styled components are (amongst other things) the technical underpinnings of implementing the light and dark modes which are almost expected with mobile apps, these days. This detailed, well-illustrated tutorial imparts what you need to know.

Samaila Bala (OpenReplay)

🛠 Code and Tools

⚡️ Quick Bits:

react-calendly — Connect with the popular automated scheduling service.