Reactjs news #19 reactconf 2017 will start on March 13


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React conf 2017 will start on March 13

This year’s react conf hosted by Facebook will be held in Santa Clara, Marriott, California, on March 13. The focus of this publication should be fiber, the new improved core of react. Let’s wait and see what other new technologies will be published.

Final release of react router 4.0

The react router development team released the final version of 4.0 on their official twitter on March 11. This new version will support both react and react native platforms, which is a very useful and important react peripheral suite.

Atom 1.15 release

The atom development tool releases the official version of 1.15 and the beta version of 1.16. There are four important improvements and amendments in 1.15. 1.16 will add custom options for the title bar of MacOS and gradually remove the suite used in jQuery.

Apple warns app developers using hotfix

In early March, apple began to issue warning letters to app developers who use some hot patch functions, such as, jspatch and other similar functions. The main reason is that they can modify or replace swift or Objective-C code through JavaScript programs without going through Apple’s review process, which has no impact on ordinary react native apps that do not use this function.

Firefox released v52.0, the first browser to support web assembly

Firefox released v52.0 on March 7, which contains many improvements and a major feature support considered as “game change” – web assembly. This will be the first browser to officially release this new technology. There are many other new supports, such as new async functions and await operators, CSS grid and so on.

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