React Core Team member Sunil Pai in the chair today.
React is a complicated project. It's open source but lead by facebook. That's a hard pill for many to swollow. But, for it, we get a framework that's battle-tested at facebook scale — every experimental API tested by billions of users.
Today, Sunil and I dive into the future of React as a UI framework, how Concurrent mode marks a shift in focus from developer experience to user experience, and what it'll take to finally get better designer tooling for React.
- 23: Ditch Authority with Sunil Pai — Previous React Podcast with Sunil Pai
- Dan Abramov
- Dominic Gannaway
- Rachel Nabors
- Sunil Pai - The “Something” Statements at React Rally
- Umbrella React Flare — the umbrella issue on GitHub #15257
- Twitter Lite
- Do This to Improve Image Loading on Your Website — Jen Simmons on image loading improvements in the browser
- OOCSS — A CSS architecture by Nicole Sullivan
- webflow — Break the code barrier
- SwiftUI — Better apps. Less code.
- Gatsby — Fast in every way that matters
- Next — The React Framework
- Brent Jackson
- John Otander
- Components AI — Experimental platform for exploring generative design systems
- CSS Grid Layout
- webflow grid editor
- Framer — Always interactive, lightning fast design
- "Useez" — Tired: Hooks. Wired: Useez
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