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πŸ“¨ #166: Server Components, Waku, React-Forget, React-Native, Expo, Million, Remotion, Next.js, Storybook, Remix, AuthKit, Expo Router, Reactotron, Unistyles, Skia, SEO, CSS, Oxlint...

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SΓ©bastien Lorber
Newsletter Editor - Docusaurus maintainer

Hi everyone!

This has been a quite exciting week in terms of news!

We had a few great React releases and articles. It's great to see React-Forget slowly being rolled out on Instagram. Remotion also started to demonstrate its full potential with the GitHub Unwrapped launch.

React-Native is on fire, with v0.73 stable, Expo SDK 50 and Expo Router v3 in beta and a few other great releases. What excites me most is Expo gradually unveiling its plan to support Universal React Server Components.

This week's issue is quite special for me: it's the very first time I'm not alone writing the content. Benedikt almost wrote the entire React-Native section. I haven't used React-Native in production since 2020 πŸ˜… so it's nice to have someone using all the cutting edge libs help me provide relevant insights.

Don't forget to fill in the State of JavaScript and State of React-Native surveys. And if you could mention me at the end that's cool! Theo T3 shows you how πŸ˜„

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