React India finally happened last week—if we were on the same table in the lounge, hi again! Like any conference, the lounge/booth conversations were equally exciting as the actual talks themselves, especially when there were so many interesting people to interact with too! (Disclaimer: I may or may not start preparing for the React India 2022 conference CFP already 👀)
I also attended DX Club‘s AMA with Kabir Nazir — who has been living in the Himalayas for over 2 years now. 🤯 Lots of great advice and tips as always, love what they’ve been doing over the last couple of months.
Announcing React Location — Tanner Linsley/TanStack An alternative to React Router, with things like Async Routing, prefetching, caching and much more! (comparison with React Router)
Durable Objects, now Generally Available — The Cloudflare Blog The first in Cloudflare’s Full Stack Week: a shared, single-threaded memory cache for your workers which can be easily scaled globally for you. “There’s no networking to configure, database to manage, or autoscaling policy to implement — it all just works.”
When does a table become too big? — Connor McDonald From Angie Jones’ thread about storing (and querying) “likes” on a post — How does a standard relational table do with 2 billion rows?
React 18 is now in Beta — ReactJS official Twitter Don’t worry, you don’t have to do anything! This is meant for “highly-engaged community members who want to help us prepare our new features for wider adoption.”
and a bonus family photo!
That’s all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜