A detailed comparison of the features Next.js 13 and Remix Run by building a Twitter Clone app in both frameworks.
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Exploring why React.memo shouldn't be your first choice for performance optimizations.
Most developers have the mindset of faster being better for a few reasons, namely SEO and user experience. If I could write plain React and make it as fast or faster than a lot of frameworks like Svelte and Vue (in some cases), then it's a win, right?
The advent of React Server Components in Next.js 13 has heralded a new era in React development. The amalgamation of server-side logic directly within components paves the way for more efficient, faster, and streamlined applications.
There are a lot of tutorials on building Chat App with react and socket io. While building a Chat App is a cool way to explore real-time applications, I wanted to be a bit more creative.