Today we kick off our first of 6 React Conf interviews.
We start with Andrew Clark to learn what this React Conf 2019 means for us — our libraries and apps. He's a core team member who cut his React teeth on the fiber re-write and he's been deep in Concurrent React for 3 years.
We chat about future features, prerelease channels, and how Suspense is preparing the way for others to bring cooperative concurrency to their libraries, applications, and frameworks.
- 6: Async React with Andrew Clark — Andrew on React Podcast in 2018
- 27: React Today and Tomorrow with the React Core Team — Our interview with the React Core team in 2018
- Sebastian Markbåge — React Core Team Lead
- React Fiber rewrite
- React 16 APIs
- Preparing for the Future with React Prereleases — on the React Blog
- Introducing Concurrent Mode (Experimental) — docs on Concurrent Mode
- Concurrent Mode API Reference
- Andrew Clark: React Suspense — at Zeit Day 2018
- Building The New Facebook With React and Relay | Ashley Watkins — Introduction to Progressive and Selective Hydration at Facebook
- Data Fetching With Suspense In Relay | Joe Savona — Progressive and Selective Hydration at Facebook using Relay
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