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#React and #ReactNative videos were definitely in the flow in 2021 and are expected to dominate 2022 as well! Better catch up on the top 10 #meetupvideos from last year so you won’t be falling behind. 😎…

#programming #developing #programmer #developer
Expert guide to React Navigation by @callstackio
Satya Sahoo and Mateusz Kosoń, #softwareengineers at Callstack, are talking about the #React Navigation library. During the conversation, they cover a wide range of topics related to it.…
Improving apps with Custom Hooks and React-Query by @_zachdtaylor
Zach Taylor will be going over two things that can greatly help you improve the quality of your React code: custom hooks and react-query.

#reactquery #customhooks #programming #react…
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🎉🥳 Announcing #ReactLocation, a brand new router for React!

⏳ Async Loaders & Elements
🔀 Parallelized
⏲️ Prefetching
🗄 Caching
🔎 1st-class Integrated Search Params API
🗂 Code-Splitting
⚠️ Error/Pending/Timing States
🪆 Nested Layouts

⏳ Async Route Loaders & Elements

Routes can define data dependencies and the elements they render as asynchronous functions that will be guaranteed to resolve before rendering the next location. The suspense is palpable! 😜
🔀 Parallelized Loaders

"🎶 Don't go chasing waterfalls", not even the data-fetching ones!

Navigating through 3 loaders to a deep link out of the gate? By default, loaders and async elements for matched routes are all parallelized for efficiency. You can fetch serially, too 🤷‍♂️
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#ReactQuery and #ReactTable's sponsors sections are now automatically generated from the Github GQL API + Airtable (for customizations and non-GH sponsors).

It uses @Airbnb's visx library to circle pack, but with divs instead of svg 😂

No more manually updating sponsors! 🎉
@Airbnb Also, none of this would have been easy without @vercel and @airtable
Ah, looks like I accidentally featured @kentcdodds as the hovered/tooltip'd sponsor. Thanks Kent!
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Lots of talk about React suspense today. I’m very excited about it.

However, I feel like the patterns I’ve seen in #ReactQuery (and friends like SWR) have alone been more transformative for my own dev process and users and have even prepped me for suspense in a lot of ways.
Of course, Suspense isn’t out yet, and the ecosystem will likely experience a smash of collective inovation around it when it comes out. That’s the exciting part. But what I feel like I’m starting to realize after playing around with it is that in the end,
The biggest thing that suspense is going to do for me is just one thing: avoiding that flash of loading/placeholder for newly mounted components. Suspense doesn’t fetch, it doesn’t codesplit, it doesn’t preload for you and it doesn’t cache for you.
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