React Newsletter #143

12/27/2018

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of the Year

Thanks for another year of supporting the newsletter! Here are this years most popular articles.

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#1 - Evolving Patterns in React

This article takes a closer look at some of the patterns that are emerging in the React ecosystem. These patterns improve readability, code clarity, and push your code towards composition and reusability.

#2 - Goodbye Redux

A complete breakdown on why we needed Redux in the past, and why we don’t any more, according to Jack.

#3 - Replacing Redux with the new React context API

The new context API that comes with React 16.3 is pretty neat. It was built in the render props style trending over these last months. In this post, you’ll learn all about it.

#4 - 5 common practices that you can stop doing in React

In this article, Manjunath describes 5 generally accepted development practices that you can actually avoid when using React

#5 - The best way to bind event handlers in React

Binding event handlers in React can be tricky (you have JavaScript to thank for that). In this post, you’ll explore the common ways of creating event bindings in React, and you’ll learn their pros and cons.

#6 - Blogged Answers: Redux - Not Dead Yet!

There’s been a lot of confusion, claims, and misinformation about Redux going around lately. In this post Mark from the Redux team wants to help clear things up.

#7 - Tips on React for large scale projects

This article was born to give enlightening recommendation for front-end developers on how you should organize your project if you want it to feel less painful and more scalable/clean as well.

#8 - Introducing Hooks

Hooks are a new feature proposal announced literally an hour ago that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. They’re currently in React v16.7.0-alpha and being discussed in an open RFC.

#9 - React Render Props

In this post we’re going to look at a pattern for accomplishing code reuse amongst components in a React app, Render Props.

#10 - React Higher-Order Components

In this post we’re going to look at the most popular pattern for accomplishing code reuse amongst components in a React app, Higher-Order Components.


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