Stop writing ‘fake’ React code

December 7, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

▶  A Trailer for React.js: The Documentary — Honeypot has a good record in producing interesting developer documentaries (such as this one about Vue.js) so it’s neat to see they have a React one on the way in early 2023. Folks like David Nolen, Sophie Alpert, and Dan Abramov make an appearance.

Honeypot on YouTube

They also had Douglas Crockford explain ▶️ the pronunciation of JSON..

Updated ‘Complete Intro to React’ Course — Learn to build real-world apps using modern React and the latest tools in the React ecosystem like Vite, ESLint, TailwindCSS, React Router, and React Query!

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A Minimal TypeScript Crash Course for React — Johannes is so convinced learning TypeScript is a good use of your time he’s boiled it down to the basics, complete with interactive exercises to help it stick.

Johannes Kettmann

Not convinced yet? Daniel Asta attempts to show why TypeScript is useful for React developers.

▶  ‘Stop Writing Fake React Code’ — Jack’s not a fan of vanilla JavaScript in React apps when an idiomatic React-style approach would feel more natural. He shares a few rules to avoid falling into the same issue yourself.

Jack Herrington


  • The Storybook team has shared an update on future support for frameworks including Next.js, SvelteKit, and Remix. Most of this is set to arrive in 2023.

  • If you’ve never worked with both React and React Native, you might wonder how different the experiences are. Mike Cavaliere boils it down.

  • 🎄 adventJS is the JavaScript equivalent of those paper advent calendars but instead of candy, you get a new coding challenge each day through Christmas Eve.

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🛠 And one from earlier in 2022..