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React v16.8.5 is released!

With a few improvements to React DOM, DOM Server, and shallow renderer.

How to Avoid the “Boolean Trap” When Designing React Components

Some time ago, Bootstrap became a really big thing. And the patterns we learnt back then continue to be part of our development process. But using CSS conventions à la Bootstrap for the API design of your React components can lead to bad decisions.

Redux 7.0 is out in beta

React-Redux version 7 resolves the performance issues that were reported with version 6, and lays the groundwork for us to design and ship a public useRedux()-type Hooks API in a later 7.x release.

Unpopular opinion: React edition

React doesn’t include enough out of the box, and the lack of any official sanctioned recommendations increases ecosystem fragmentation and actively harms the ecosystem.

⚡ Zero config GUI for Jest

Jest really made testing painless and, like many tools in the JavaScript ecosystem, the default interface to interact with Jest is via the CLI. And it's one of the best CLI out there. But what if Jest comes with a GUI interface as well?