How WalmartLabs builds reusable components, Internationalizing React apps and a Material Design Component Library

Lots of exciting news this week in the React community! Twitter announced that all of their mobile traffic is now using React + Express and Airbnb introduced Lottie, an animation framework for native applications.

More exciting goodies for this week:

  • WalmartLabs has hundreds of engineers and uses React for all of their consumer websites. Alix from WalmartLabs discusses how to create reusable components for React
  • Max Stoiber wrote up a great article on how children in React work. It goes beyond the typical props.children use case.
  • Internationalization is an important aspect of any global application. Learn how to internationalize React apps with an article by Yury Dymo.
  • We've also included a Material Design component library and a offline-first JavaScript database

Happy Coding!

-Sophia Shoemaker





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