Spent the past week learning Stimulus and Hotwire - you don't need it, you can do the same thing with jQuery

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  • Here is is: https://github.com/jmtoporek/rails_react_and_hotwire_poc

  • react-on-rails

    Integration of React + Webpack + Rails + rails/webpacker including server-side rendering of React, enabling a better developer experience and faster client performance.

    It's me, Justin, the guy the started React on Rails and React on Rails Pro many years ago! I'll be following this thread!

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  • Ruby on Rails

    Ruby on Rails

    I'm working on this problem with my blog, some work is being done in the Rails guides, and plenty of other folks are working on content too (Chris at GoRails has done quite a bit), but since the turbo-rails 1.0 release is only month old, it i will take some time to fill the gaps.

  • stimulus_reflex

    Build reactive applications with the Rails tooling you already know and love.

    This ignores the broader ecosystem which includes the incredible work the from the Stimulus Reflex team — CableReady and StimulusReflex — and mrujs, which aims to provide an alternative to the soft deprecated rails/ujs library.

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