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This Week In React #107: Plasmo, Panapasi, Fastify-DX, Remix, Solid, useInsertionEffect, JSI, Vite, Angular, Safari...

This Week In React #107: Plasmo, Panapasi, Fastify-DX, Remix, Solid, useInsertionEffect, JSI, Vite, Angular, Safari...
By Sébastien Lorber • Issue #107 • View online
Hi everyone!
Remix, TanStack, Chakra, Mitosis, Panapasi, Fastify-DX… What do they have in common?
They are becoming framework-agnostic! It’s clearly a growing trend!
I arrived in Krakow for the App.js conf. Hope you bring back some great React-Native content for next week 😄
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A new framework focused on the creation of browser extensions, based on React and TypeScript. Open-source, free core, which offers paid CI/CD cloud service.
We see more and more UI libs that want to offer a native cross-framework support (see Chakra, TanStack libs…). Panapasi is to my knowledge the first project of its kind based on Mitosis, compiling a JSX Lite dialect to the target frameworks.
New fullstack framework under development, based on Fastify and Vite. Agnostic: can be adapted to several frameworks (React, Vue, Solid…). The React integration aims to be a lightweight alternative to Next.js and Remix, based on React-Router and Valtio.
Converting a pagination component from React to Solid. A lot of JSX code can be taken as is, but the hooks will have to be adapted a little. Solid represents a real innovation: the code looks a lot like React in the end (without dependency array 😏) but the execution model is reactive.
Nice side by side comparison of the new RTK Listener system vs Redux Saga. Compares the implementation of many use-cases. RTK Listener seems like a good lightweight alternative to Redux-Saga, with a relatively low learning curve. A good resource to choose one or the other, or to plan a migration.
Jack gives 6 possible solutions to avoid the double query problem with React 18’s StrictMode. Using a lib like React-Query or RTK-Query (hmmm, TanStack Query 😏) seems the easiest.
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Oscar has significant JSI exprience: he is the author of React-Native packages, and a Youtube playlist dedicated to JSI. He gives us interesting feedback on the use of various languages ​​for the native side, or on the difficulty to benchmark appropriately JSI compared to the old bridge architecture.
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