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TWiW|28.10.18 #44

This week we take a look at React Hooks, WASM's post-MVP future, Exact types in Flow becoming default and more!

 

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Introducing React Hooks
JavaScript

Introducing React Hooks

By reactjs.org
Hooks are a new feature proposal that lets you use state and other features without writing a class. It's available in v16.7.0-alpha and is being discussed in an open RFC.
WebAssembly's post-MVP future
JavaScript

WebAssembly's post-MVP future

By Lin Clark
Lin Clark has produced an accessible guide on how WebAssembly fits into the ecosystem, the roadmap and the impact it could have on the web.
Exact Object types by default
Flow

Exact Object types by default

By Jordan Brown
Flow will be changing the syntax for object types to be exact by default. Support for the new inexact object syntax has recently landed in master. Jordan Brown outlines why such a disruptive change is necessary and how you can migrate.
What's new in React 16.6
JavaScript

What's new in React 16.6

By Josh Sherman
Less than two months since the initial release of v16, new API additions including React.lazy() and React.memo(). Josh Sherman walks us through the updates and how you can get started with them.
Software Engineering Daily - Google JavaScript
Podcasts

Google JavaScript

By Software Engineering Daily
Malte Ubl works on AMP, an open-source project for delivering web pages in a fast, performant format. He joins the show to describe Google's history with JavaScript frameworks, the process of building frontends and middleware to deliver JavaScript applications, and the engineering behind AMP.
JS Party - Serverless? We don't need no stinkin' SERVERS
Podcasts

Serverless? We don't need no stinkin' SERVERS

By JS Party
Jeremy Daly, Kevin Ball, Nick Nisi, and Christopher Hiller on the ideas around serverless, managed services, Functions as a Service (FaaS), micro-services, nano-services, all-the-services!
@jlongster on Twitter
Tweet

@jlongster on Twitter

By 3:06 AM · Oct 23, 2018
I'm tired of demos. It's time to see if this async version of React really works. I flipped it on in my (changed 5 lines of code) and this is the difference. It completely changes the user experience. There's a lot of little things left to do, but this is huge. Awesome work.
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