What is React TL;DR?
In short - it helps you decide which React content is worth your attention.
Obviously, you can use content tools, but they are easy to fool and collect a lot of crap that doesn’t really help or improve your work and this is why I decided to select the most useful React content myself, with a help of my dev team.
Tidy TL;DR version delivers the essence from the article and helps you decide if it’s worth reading further to you.
Again – I don’t use engines or tools. It is all selected by me and my team, based on what we have learned and gained profit from. No b#$%it provided.
I post them once in a while, and I will also choose best articles each month and make a summary.
Here's #1 with the content from July.
Say hello to React TL;DR – a human filter for most useful React content.
Let me know what you think!