As we all know, React JS has become one of the most popular and widely used front-end frameworks for web development. With its ability to create fast and interactive user interfaces, React JS has been adopted by companies of all sizes, from startups to large enterprises. In this newsletter, I will be sharing the latest updates and news in the world of React JS.
React 18 Alpha is now available for testing
React 18 Alpha was released in February 2022, and it includes new features and improvements such as automatic batching of state updates, improved server-side rendering, and support for new streaming APIs. The alpha version is available for testing, and developers are encouraged to provide feedback.
React Native 0.66 is now available
React Native is a popular framework for building mobile applications with React. The latest version, React Native 0.66, includes new features such as improved error messages, better support for Hermes engine, and faster startup time. Additionally, it includes several bug fixes and performance improvements.
React Query 4.0 is now released
React Query is a popular library for managing data fetching and caching in React applications. The latest version, React Query 4.0, includes several new features such as improved TypeScript support, improved query lifecycle events, and new hooks for better control over query state.
React Testing Library 12.0 is now available
React Testing Library is a library that helps developers write better tests for React components. The latest version, React Testing Library 12.0, includes new features such as support for querying by role, new screen utilities, and improved TypeScript support.
Gatsby 4.0 is now released
Gatsby is a popular framework for building static websites and web applications. The latest version, Gatsby 4.0, includes new features such as improved build performance, improved TypeScript support, and improved image loading and optimization.
These are just a few of the latest updates and news in the world of React JS. With so many improvements and new features, it’s an exciting time to be a React developer. If you’re not already using React JS, now is a great time to start.