Last Updated: November 29, 2018

Welcome to issue 119.

This week we look at becoming a better React developer, look tjroughly inside React Fiber, and much more!

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Want to become a React developer?

Per Harald Borgen introduces us to a 48 part course to become a React developer.


Inside React Fiber

Max Koretskyi takes an in-depth overview of the new reconciliation algorithm in React.


Testing React Components with Jest & Enzyme

Alona Pysarenko tells everything you should know about testing React components using Jest & Enzyme.


How to create a three layer application with React

Cristi Salcescu shows us how.


State of React State Management in 2019

Jonathan Saring is observing state management in the wild.


Lazy loading (and preloading) components in React 16.6

Rodrigo Pombo discusses React.lazy().


Publishing a React Component as an NPM module

Manoj Singh Negi tells us how.


Idiomatic Redux: History & Implementation of React-Redux

Mark Erikson talks history and explanations of how React-Redux got its API.


Introducing GraphQL Designer

Tsion Adefres introduces a tool to rapidly prototype a full stack CRUD implementation of GraphQL with React.

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