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Today we’re releasing React 16.6 with a few new convenient features. A form of PureComponent/shouldComponentUpdate for function components, a way to do code splitting using Suspense and an easier way to consume Context from class components.
A pragmatic step-by-step guide to eliminating common react performance issues.
In this article, we are going to look at the SOLID principles and how to apply them in the React. For the sake of simplicity, I will not provide the full implementation of some components. So let's begin.
Being a big fan of open-source software, we are always keen to contribute to the developer community; check out our projects on GitHub. These projects often cover an internal need, which has no available solution with adequate feature set and stability. Such was the case with Glean, an open-source extension that provides refactoring tools for React.
This part will cover the basics needed to understand the renderer along with setup of boilerplate and initial configuration.