Two online React meetups to consider

August 25, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

Linaria 2.1: Zero-Runtime CSS in JS — Write your CSS-in-JS, but have it build into real CSS files for runtime efficiency. We originally covered v1 of Linaria in 125 way back in 2019, but it has since hit v2 with betas of v3 already appearing.


[Guide] Ship Fast. Stay Ahead of the Competition — High speed doesn’t have to mean high risk. Companies like Intuit, IBM, & Atlassian don’t let release processes stand in their way. Learn their strategies to move faster, safer and stay ahead of the competition.


📅  React Finland 2021 — It’s hard to believe that the well-regarded React Finland conference has rolled around once more. Once again it will be held virtually and they have lined up some great speakers including the React Core team’s Rachel Nabors talking about open source documentation.

React Finland

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.

▶  React and Material UI Course – Code a Dictionary — Yet another instalment in this informal series of ‘cradle-to-grave’ tutorials which takes a substantial, relatable application goal and implements it in a two-hour video, in this case.

Beau Carnes

How to Build a Search Bar in React — The search bar is the one element of site navigation you can almost guarantee your users already know. So why not give them they want? This tutorial provides everything you need to know presented in a logical ‘building block’ sequence.

Emma Goto

🛠 Code and Tools

REACT COOL STARTER — We have featured a number of Welly’s ‘cool’ components in past issues. Now they’ve turned their considerable talent to a project starter boilerplate.

Welly Shen

cssbuttons: Pure CSS Buttons of Every Imaginable Kind — An ambitious project to create a collaborative database of pure CSS buttons. Check out their demo which has something for just about everybody and every application. Or consider contributing some of your own efforts.

Jack Latimer

react-model — Yet another contender in the React state management sweepstakes. Support both class and hook APIs and works with Preact, React Native, and Next.js too.

FE Group