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React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
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Dan Abramov Aug 27
Hateful rhetoric has no place in the React community. That includes misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, racism, and white supremacy. These behaviors are abhorrent to everyone on the React team. It is our fault that we haven’t been as loud and clear about it as we should have.
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
There’s one more thing. 🌙
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
We’re thankful to all beta testers over the past few months. As always, feedback in issues and here is appreciated. You can find the full list of improvements in the changelog:
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
7. Finally, if you reload the page, DevTools will now try its best to restore your previous position in the tree and your selection. Even if those components load asynchronously!
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
6. Distracted by seeing all those context consumers? You can now hide some components in the tree (including context providers and consumers) until you need them.
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
5. By popular demand, the Profiler can now answer why some component has rendered.
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
4. The new “rendered by” list helps you answer “Which component gave these props to me?” without checking every intermediate parent. This will help you quickly find the component responsible for incorrect rendering.
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
3. Higher order components like connect() now display a special badge instead of names like connect(Button). This should help visually clean up the tree if you don’t use Hooks yet.
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
2. Even very deep trees are now possible to navigate fast thanks to dynamically adjusted indentation. This should help in larger apps!
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React Aug 16
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Good morning, Europe! In case you missed it last night, we published a new version of React DevTools. We kept the blog post short, but here’s a few notable improvements. 1. You can finally see, expand, and edit the state inside React Hooks:
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React Aug 15
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Heads up: v4.0.0 and v4.0.1 requested too broad permissions due to our mistake. We’ve uploaded v4.0.2 with a fix to both Chrome and Firefox stores. If you're still affected, please delete and reinstall the extension.
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React Aug 15
Today we’re releasing a brand new version of React DevTools, rewritten from scratch for new features and better performance. Read all about it in the new blog post by !
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React Aug 8
React 16.9 is now available! It contains several new features, bugfixes, and new deprecation warnings to help prepare for a future major release. Learn all about it on our blog:
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React Aug 5
Replying to @reactjs
Do you use hooks? Do you write unit tests? We'd love to get your feedback! 16.9.0-rc.0 includes improvements to the `act` testing API. Read the full list of changes here:
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React Aug 5
⚛️ A new version of React is right around the corner! You can help us test it by updating your package.json to the release candidate: "react": "16.9.0-rc.0", "react-dom": "16.9.0-rc.0" If you run into any issues, let us know and we'll fix them before the final release. Thanks!
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React Jul 15
Replying to @reactjs
We are still accepting talk proposals for React Conf 2019! If you know someone who would give a great talk (maybe it’s you!), please encourage them to send a proposal. 🥳
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React Jun 13
React Conf is back for 2019, October 24-25 in Henderson, Nevada! See for information about tickets and scholarships, or to submit a talk. We hope to see you there!
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React Feb 23
Replying to @tesseralis @vuejs
Congratulations to the first translations that completed most of the core documentation: • 🇪🇸 Spanish • 🇯🇵 Japanese • 🇧🇷 Brazilian Portuguese We’re excited to see more completed languages soon!
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React Feb 23
We’re thankful to everyone in the and communities who made this possible and helped along the way. 💙 And special thanks to who organized the whole effort over the last few weeks.
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React Feb 23
Replying to @tesseralis
You can also find a more detailed live-updated status report for every ongoing translation on a dedicated site:
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