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Dan Abramov & Joe Savona from the React Team join Jerod & Nick for a wide-ranging discussion about React’s place in the frontend ecosystem. We cover everything from React competing with React, their responses to SPA fatigue and recent criticisms, to Server Components and the future of the framework.

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Capitole

1. It's party time, y'all (00:00:00)

2. Welcoming Joe & Dan (00:01:03)

3. To what do we bestow this honor? (00:03:01)

4. React competing with React (00:08:02)

5. Reacting to recent criticisms (00:12:13)

6. There's no silver bullet (00:19:49)

7. Sponsor: Changelog++ (00:21:28)

8. React Server Components (RSC) (00:22:22)

9. The scope of RSC (00:29:56)

10. How to get started with RSC (00:35:02)

11. Grappling with RSC terminology (00:37:30)

12. RSC in production at Meta (00:41:01)

13. Sponsor: KBall Growth (00:47:43)

14. RSC as the skeleton (00:48:25)

15. The easiest way to think about it (00:53:18)

16. Resources for learning RSC (00:55:34)

17. Why Dan doesn't like TypeScript (01:00:21)

18. Wrapping up (01:01:56)

19. Next up on the pod (01:02:40)

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Dan Abramov & Joe Savona from the React Team join Jerod & Nick for a wide-ranging discussion about React’s place in the frontend ecosystem. We cover everything from React competing with React, their responses to SPA fatigue and recent criticisms, to Server Components and the future of the framework.

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  • FastlyOur bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery network to their powerful edge cloud platform. Learn more at fastly.com
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  • Changelog++ – You love our content and you want to take it to the next level by showing your support. We’ll take you closer to the metal with extended episodes, make the ads disappear, and increment your audio quality with higher bitrate mp3s. Let’s do this!
  • KBall Growth – A four step process that will set you up for success by helping you achieve clarity, learn to leverage your unique strengths, and develop a clear path to success. Get started today.

Featuring:

Show Notes:

Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!

  continue reading

Capitole

1. It's party time, y'all (00:00:00)

2. Welcoming Joe & Dan (00:01:03)

3. To what do we bestow this honor? (00:03:01)

4. React competing with React (00:08:02)

5. Reacting to recent criticisms (00:12:13)

6. There's no silver bullet (00:19:49)

7. Sponsor: Changelog++ (00:21:28)

8. React Server Components (RSC) (00:22:22)

9. The scope of RSC (00:29:56)

10. How to get started with RSC (00:35:02)

11. Grappling with RSC terminology (00:37:30)

12. RSC in production at Meta (00:41:01)

13. Sponsor: KBall Growth (00:47:43)

14. RSC as the skeleton (00:48:25)

15. The easiest way to think about it (00:53:18)

16. Resources for learning RSC (00:55:34)

17. Why Dan doesn't like TypeScript (01:00:21)

18. Wrapping up (01:01:56)

19. Next up on the pod (01:02:40)

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