Tag: react

How to structure a React app

June 30, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

iMessage Clone using Stream Chat and React Native — Stream recently published an open source clone of the iMessage application built using v3 of stream-chat-react-native library. This project demonstrates the implementation of message search, swipeable channel list, message list, reactions etc, similar to that of iMessage.…

A new browser-based React IDE idea

June 23, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

Demystifying styled-components — If anything ever seems ‘magical’, it might be time to dig in and figure out how things work. Josh ‘pops the hood’ on the popular Styled Components component styling system and demonstrates how you’d build a simple similar such thing of your…

What you need to know about React 18

June 18, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Benchmarking JavaScript Memory Usage — Historically, memory usage hasn’t been a heavily tracked thing in the JavaScript world, whether for a lack of tooling or motivation. This is changing, and new tools and APIs are turning up all the time. Here, Tim has done some…

React 18 reflections

June 16, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

Next.js 11 Released — The popular React framework takes some more steps forward with improved performance, Webpack 5 support, an experimental way to make Create React App apps Next.js compatible, and Next.js Live, a preview of a way to build Next.js apps in the browser,…

A roundup of React component libraries

June 2, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

Top React Component Libraries (2021 Edition) — The folks at Retool just released the 2021 update of their list of top React libraries. But it’s more than just a list, but rather a detailed synopsis seemingly based on first-hand experience. Kevin White Svelte for the…

Taking a React app to the bare basics

May 26, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

Get Started With React by Building a ‘Whac-a-Mole’ Game — This is aimed at beginners keen to strike some ‘aha!’ moments while learning React, but I think the idea of using React to create a game is intriguing enough to take many out of their…