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Using Selectlist in React

Selectlist is an upcoming element that replaces the native select element with a fully stylable and customizable one. Here's how to use it in React.

Making Sense of React Server Components

This year, the React team unveiled something they’ve been quietly researching for years.

Storybook 7.0

Next-level component development and testing.

Netlify Acquires Gatsby

Netlify has acquired Gatsby Inc. – cloud platform, and creators of web framework Gatsby.

Data Binding in React

As developers, we don’t like working with forms, but they’re a critical part of most web applications.

Mafs: React components for interactive math

Build interactive, animated visualizations with declarative code.

Tamagui 1.0

Ship cross-platform React apps in ½ the time with 2x performance.

React Wrap Balancer

Simple React Component That Makes Titles More Readable

Optimizing Web Fonts in Next.js 13

An awesome visual deep dive into font layout shifts, and CSS properties to prevent them.

Inside Framer’s Magic Motion

An interactive guide on recreating Framer Motion layout animations with the FLIP technique.

The magical world of Particles with React Three Fiber and Shaders

An interactive introduction to Particles with React Three Fiber and Shaders.

Remixing Shopify

Remix is joining Shopify.

Next.js 13

Layouts, React Server Components, streaming in the app directory, as well as Turbopack, an improved image component, and the brand new font component.

First-class Vite support in Storybook

Storybook 7.0 brings lots of Vite improvements: pre-bundled for speed, zero config setup, no Webpack required and smaller install size.

DRUIDS by Datadog

DRUIDS is the design system for Datadog. It stands for “Datadog Reusable User Interface Design System.”

Understanding useMemo and useCallback

What’s the deal with these two hooks?! Lots of devs find them confusing, for a whole host of reasons.

Why React Re-Renders

In React, we don’t update the DOM directly, we tell React what we want the DOM to look like, and React tackles the rest. But how exactly does it do this? In this tutorial, we’ll unpack exactly when and why React re-renders, and how we can use this information to optimize the performance of our React…


Fast, composable, unstyled command menu for React.

Announcing Docusaurus 2.0

Meta (Facebook) announces the next version of Docusaurus: a React static site generator to create beautifully customized documentation websites.

Storybook 7.0 design sneak peek

Visual updates, UX tweaks, and faster performance