SolidJS's truly reactive state management, in React

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  • react-solid-state

    Auto tracking state management for modern React

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  • sycamore

    A library for creating reactive web apps in Rust and WebAssembly

    While React's declarative style, composability, and ecosystem are all great, I really dislike all the tiny issues that one has to learn to deal with(identity based comparison for hook dependencies, the side-effects of batching setState calls, figuring out when a specific useEffect call is called, ..etc)[0].

    I've been meaning to try out some "truly reactive", vDOM-less libraries like Svelte, SolidJS, and Sycamore-rs [1] for a while now. Today, I ran into a library that ports all of SolidJS's API to React, so that one can still use React, but in a "trully reactive" way, and it's written by the author of SolidJS himself! I haven't tried it out but I was so excited that I had to share :)

    [0] https://typeofnan.dev/solid-js-feels-like-what-i-always-want...

    [1] https://github.com/sycamore-rs/sycamore

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