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Sebastien Lorber
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This Week In React #148: Remix Routing, Hydration, React.FC, Vite + RSC, Astro, Valhalla, Reanimated, Expo-Apple-Targets...

Hi everyone!

Well, Dan Abramov is on holiday, which is probably why there hasn't been much happening this week in our beloved ecosystem πŸ˜….

We do, however, have a few interesting articles and a potential official package for integrating React Server Components with Vite.


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Colocate your routes into feature folders with Remix Custom Routes

Colocate your routes into feature folders with Remix Custom Routes

Explains how Remix v2's flat file routing will improve featured-based code colocation. This can be activated from Remix v1 with a feature flag. With Remix, you can create your own routing conventions: Jacob proposes to improve colocation even further with remix-custom-routes and a naming convention using the .route.tsx suffix.


Hydration is a tree, Resumability is a map

Hydration is a tree, Resumability is a map

Gives an interesting mental model for understanding the difference between hydration (React) and resumability (Qwik). With resumability, all components are considered static, and event handlers are the entry point for interactivity. There is no need to traverse a tree (O(n)): with resumability, scalability is good, like the lookup in a hashmap (O(1)).



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