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Sebastien Lorber
Sebastien Lorber

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This Week In React #167: Hydration, Remix, Server Components, cache, perf, Glow, Unistyles, Expo, :has(), Tailwind, date-fns...

Hi everyone!

Once again this week, we have a good mix of articles and releases.

Firefox 121 is out, making CSS :has() officially cross-browser supported πŸ₯²

That's the last issue of the year. The newsletter should be back on January 3.

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Welcome to Unistyles 2.0!

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