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useSyncExternalStore - The underrated React API

You might have heard of useSyncExternalStore(), a new React 18 hook to subscribe to external data sources. It is often used internally by state management libraries - like Redux - to implement a selector system.

Introducing Preact Signals: a reactive state primitive that is fast by default

Signals are a way of expressing state that ensure apps stay fast regardless of how complex they get. Signals are based on reactive principles and provide excellent developer ergonomics, with a unique implementation optimized for Virtual DOM.

Next.js 12.3

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Most Common useState Mistakes React Developers Often Make

The most challenging aspect of developing any application is often managing its state. However, we are often required to manage several pieces of state in our application, such as when data is retrieved from an external server or updated in the app.

Scaling RSG Builds With Gatsby’s Data Layer

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