Workgroup for React 18 release. (by reactwg)

React-18 Alternatives

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  • GitHub repo React

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  • GitHub repo ajcwebdev-react18

    An example React 18 application created with Vite and deployed on Netlify

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  • GitHub repo vite

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  • GitHub repo Preact

    ⚛️ Fast 3kB React alternative with the same modern API. Components & Virtual DOM.

  • GitHub repo Alpine.js

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  • GitHub repo htmx

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  • GitHub repo petite-vue

    5kb subset of Vue optimized for progressive enhancement

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  • GitHub repo litedom

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  • GitHub repo react-gradual-upgrade-demo

    Demonstration of how to gradually upgrade an app to a new version of React

  • GitHub repo releases

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  • GitHub repo sveltekit-blog-mdx

    SvelteKit MDX starter blog with MDsveX (Svelte in markdown)

  • GitHub repo useThrottledState

    Drop-in replacement for `useState` with throttling capabilities.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better react-18 alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where react-18 has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-27.
  • SvelteKit Blog Starter: Climate MDsveX Starter for Svelte | 2021-07-27
    With SvelteKit you can choose to make pages Server Side Rendered, like Next apps typically are, or static (Static Site Generated, SSG), like Gatsby apps typically are. There is an excellent write up SSG by React guru Dan Abramov, worth the read, even if you already know about SSG. For SSG pages, the SvelteKit Netlify adapter produces a serverless function which acts as the server. With SvelteKit still being in development, there is an issue creating SSG pages with the Netlify adapter. For that reason I have made all pages in the starter static. This was done page by page, by adding a line of code to the module block, telling SvelteKit to prerender the page (in the relevant file):
  • React 18 and the future of async data – comparing what’s to come with what we’ve got right now | 2021-07-23
    See for links to the status of Suspense for Data Fetching in React 18
  • Why React Needs Keys, Why It Matters | 2021-07-21
    React 18 Working Group: Hope you enjoy the article 😊
  • Petite-Vue – 5kb subset of Vue optimized for progressive enhancement | 2021-07-02
    Vue doing this is awesome, but it isn't really a good reason to prefer it. Server side rendering with progressive enhancement is available in pretty much every major JS framework. Heck, the latest version of React can do SSR with late loading and late binding to make content load even faster.
  • Glossary + Explain Like I'm Five | 2021-06-27
  • TIL: state updates aren't always batched together - only in event handlers | 2021-06-26
    Also, note that React 18 will batch all renders together, _always, even outside of event handlers.
    React 18 batches everything by default:
  • Glossary + Explain Like I'm Five · Discussion #46 · reactwg/react-18
    Only fetch that's also writing (i.e. POST, PATCH etc) may need rewriting according to the "Effects that should only run once can use a ref." pattern described in How to support strict effects
  • Glossary + Explain Like I'm Five · react-18 | 2021-06-23 | 2021-06-23
  • React 18 Is Out! This Is What You Need to Know | 2021-06-17
    The group is meant to provide feedback and prepare the broader ecosystem for the upcoming release of React. It’s limited to selected members, but as the conversation is hosted and made publicly available through GitHub Discussions, you can always check it out!
  • React 18 Alpha: A Quick Overview | 2021-06-16
    React 18 Working Group -
  • Isn't this tutorial by Tanner Linsely wrong? | 2021-06-13
  • New Suspense SSR Architecture in React 18 | 2021-06-13


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