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Benedikt MΓΌller
Indie Hacker

Hi everyone!

It's Benedikt again this week, as Sebastien is taking a break.

For me, the week's most interesting topics are not big announcements or new releases but rather subtle hints at future work (type-safe routes models coming to Remix, React Compiler coming to Expo, native intents in Expo Router), as well as some online discussions about React Suspense implementation details (display: none, and, more importantly, a pretty significant change in parallel fetching behavior with React 19).

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    I watched this talk after hearing multiple people describing it as one of the best tech conference talks they’ve ever seen. We’re at a very interesting point in time in web development, with React 19 bringing a major shift to the React model, new JS frameworks gaining popularity, and lots of online discussions drawing distinctions and/or making comparisons to Rails and Laravel. Ryan’s talk is a really good overview of how we got here and it offers, in my opinion, a very good mental model of how to think about React 19. Also fun to see one of the creators of Remix give a Next.js demo πŸ˜‰

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