Refine: A React-based framework for data-intensive apps

October 6, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

React Native 0.66 ReleasedHighlights include support for Hermes 0.9.0, taps on views outside the parent, better support for Apple Silicon, iOS 15 and Xcode 13, along with new Bluetooth permissions for Android. As you would expect, there are also a small number of breaking changes.


Refine: A Framework for Data Intensive Applications — Need both speed and flexibility? This zero-configuration framework is well-suited to admin panels, B2B applications and dashboards. Refine uses the Ant Design System (though support for other UI libraries is coming in due course) but derives its power by being strongly opinionated in regard to API networking, state management and authentication/authorization.


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