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React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
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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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React Feb 23
Replying to @tesseralis
The new Languages page lists both completed and partially translated documentation, as well as the languages that need more contributors. You can help the translation team for your language, or start a new one!
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React Feb 23
Is React Translated Yet? 🎉 ¡Sí! Sim! はい!🎉 Thanks to the dedicated efforts of React community members from around the world, React is now being translated into over 30 languages. 🌎🌍🌏 Learn more in our new blog post by :
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React Feb 6
We’ve just released React 16.8 with a stable version of Hooks. React Hooks let you use features like local state and lifecycle without writing a class. They’re fully backwards-compatible and you can start using them today.
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React Feb 6
We’ve just released React 16.8 with a stable version of Hooks. React Hooks let you use features like local state and lifecycle without writing a class. They’re fully backwards-compatible and you can start using them today.
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React Dec 19
Just released a performance bugfix for React.lazy. Thanks to for reporting it! 🙌 React 16.7: No, This Is Not The One With Hooks
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React Nov 27
Replying to @reactjs
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React Nov 27
We wrote a roadmap for the next React 16.x releases! You might have heard about "Hooks", "Suspense", and "Concurrent Mode" from our talks. This post clarifies how they relate to each other and when they'll be ready to use.
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Sophie Alpert Nov 16
I just published a page on React's versioning policy and commitment to stability. Like most JS libraries, React is "just semver", but there's actually some nuance to that:
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React Oct 29
Replying to @timer150 @brkalow and 7 others
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React Oct 29
Replying to @SubtleGradient
"React for Designers with Framer X" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @alimieyitayo
"Building a Diverse and Inclusive Community" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @tomas_ehrlich
"Let React Speak Your Language" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @nparashuram
"React Native's New Architecture" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @jlongster
"Block the Main Thread" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @Daminisatya
"Elsa: AI Conversational Agent" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @darthtrevino
"The Missing Abstraction of Charting" by
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React Oct 29
Replying to @miuki_miu
"SVG Illustrations as React Components" by
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