The ninth edition of our React newsletter!

The ninth edition of our React newsletter!

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REACT FRAGMENTS

Starting with React 16.0, components can return an array of elements. This simplifies the resulting HTML because there’s no need to add superfluous tags. The latest addition to React 16.2, developers can now make use of fragments.

Now render functions can include Fragments, which are written like this:

Learn more about fragments from the official docs here!

REACT AND WEB DEVELOPMENT IDE IN THE CLOUD

Ever wanted something more powerful than codepen or jsfiddle?

Stackblitz has come to fill the void. A full IDE for web development that can be run on the browser. It supports React, Angular and Ionic out of the box, and has all the same features expected from a desktop IDE: Intellisense, Hot Reloading, Offline Support and more.

THE STATE OF JAVASCRIPT 2017 TOOLS AND LIBRARIES

The annual poll to assess the current state of JavaScript has been published. It covers a broad range of topics and serves as a useful tool to know how JavaScript is being adopted and used around the world.

React has been one of the stars of this poll, with over 14k out of 20k developers stating they know and want to use React again. Vue.JS also presents strong numbers and should be something every Frontend developer should keep an eye on.

Visit the official website and check out all the results!

 

 

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