The Rise Of React

- Chris Stokel-Walker tl;dr: "On the social, cultural, and technological impacts of the increasingly ubiquitous frontend framework."

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Second-guessing The Modern Web

- Tom MacWright tl;dr: The author is skeptical of the current industry trend of building single page React apps with server-side rendering. He discusses the reasons why in this post. 

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React Native Is The Future Of Mobile At Shopify

- Farhan Thawar tl;dr: The team at Shopify delve into the reasons they are switching to React Native for mobile.

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5 React Projects You Need In Your Portfolio

- Reed Barger tl;dr: 5 projects that help you "bridge the gap between knowing the fundamentals of React and becoming a professional developer."

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Thinking in React Hooks

- Amelia Wattenberger tl;dr: Articles discusses the fundamental "mindset change when switching from React class components to function components + hooks."

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Announcing Ionic React

- Max Lynch tl;dr: Ionic is bringing "a fully-supported, enterprise-ready offering with services, advisory, tooling, and supported native functionality available to teams that need more than they can get through community-supported options."

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Profile A React App For Performance

- Kent Dodds tl;dr: Guide on "how to use the React DevTools and React's profiling build to properly profile a production app".

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Getting Started With React Hooks

- Varun Prashar tl;dr: React Hooks enables developers to build components using the functional approach instead of object-oriented (classes) approach. Deep-dive into how to implement them.

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Introducing The New React DevTools

- Brian Vaughn tl;dr: "At a high level, version 4 should offer significant performance gains and an improved navigation experience. It also offers full support for React Hooks, including inspecting nested objects."

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Building The New Facebook.com With React, GraphQL and Relay (video)

tl;dr: "Open source projects like React, GraphQL and Relay are powering more and more Facebook services." This video discusses the latest features of these technologies, like React Suspense.

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