Ссылки о веб-разработке за январь 2024

A Next.js App Router Migration: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

— A team rebuilt their main dashboard from scratch using a modern Next.js approach and here’s some of what they encountered, good and bad, before concluding that they wish they’d considered Remix instead.

React Libraries for 2024

— The latest update of a popular, opinionated, annual guide to libraries and tools suitable for various tasks when building React apps, covering areas like state management, UI libraries, authentication, and testing.

QuickJS: The Small, Embeddable JavaScript Engine

— Several years ago, Fabrice Bellard, the genius behind FFMPEG and JSLinux, built a tiny and complete JavaScript engine in C. It now supports ES2023 and its latest release adds top-level await in modules and its REPL, as well as support for some cutting edge JS features (changelog).

Why Are Tech Reporters Sleeping On The Biggest App Store Story?

– “Browsers are the most likely disruptor of the mobile duopoly but you’d never know it reading Wired or The Verge”. By the Taylor Swift of browsers, Big Al Russell.

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React Server Components: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

“I’d argue that adding server capabilities to React is much less important than fixing its many existing issues.”
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