Show HN: Hacker News Clone Using Remix and React

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  • hackernews-remix-react

    Hacker News clone written with universal TypeScript, using React and Remix.

    That's not right.. it's literally only on the 'new' and 'threads' links in the top navigation:

  • next-react-server-components

    Demo repository for Next.js + React Server Components

    For comparison this[1] is Next.js implementation that uses React Server Components (RSC). I feel folks at Remix missed on React Server Components and now it will be a lot of work to make it work in Remix. Hopefully I'm wrong.

    If you don't know, RSC allows the HTML from server to start streaming as React is rendering the components in the backend. It allows fine grain control to what part of page renders first and which parts can be rendered later as HTML and data is streaming from the server. Before this, all of React server frameworks would render the entire page, shove "hydration data" in it which is mostly repeated data that is used to render the page and also include that HTML in the form of complied JSX in the page in the page scripts. Obviously that would make React SSR very bulky and unscalable. That's why RSC can solve so many React performance problems


  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • sites

    Monorepo for the sites in the Svelte ecosystem (by sveltejs)

    Here's one built with Svelte:

    It's not exactly an apples-to-apples comparison for a number of reasons including implementation and hosting differences, but might be interesting to people anyway. The code lives here:

  • Nest

    A progressive Node.js framework for building efficient, scalable, and enterprise-grade server-side applications on top of TypeScript & JavaScript (ES6, ES7, ES8) 🚀

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