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The Dev Drop: Hydration is a Tree, Visual Guides for Next.js App Router & Layouts, and lots of RSC news

June 15, 2023

Written By Yoav Ganbar

I don’t know about you, but I feel like every day there’s something interesting happening in tech and in the web space in particular. There’s a constant FOMO from AI, new way of shipping HTML, or even knowing if that latest cool CSS feature can already be used in production.

That is why I hope I do a well enough job of scouring every nook and cranny of dev news space. But I can’t shake that feeling that I might have not found that one piece of content that everybody is talking about.

All this to say, are you enjoying this? Please Let me know!

Other than that, I guess my weekend project should probably be an AI agent that does this for me. Nevertheless, I feel like there’s still a need for the human touch, and creativity which I don’t think algorithms can replace (just yet 😅).

So, what happened this past 2 weeks?

I got a chance to hang out with Miško and Shai for a day, at a conference and a meetup. Miško talked about reactivity across frameworks (and Qwik of course), and we got a chance to kick off the Israeli Qwik community.

We already have Qwik communities in 🇬🇧 🇳🇱 🇫🇷 🇹🇼 🇮🇳 🇺🇾 🇦🇷.

I heard way too many dad jokes from hanging out with Miško, but I think we used most of his dev related ones. So, here’s just a classic dad joke:

I couldn't figure out how the seat belt worked.

.

.

Then it just clicked.

🥁

Latest from the Builder.io Blog

My Take on a Unified Theory of Reactivity

Miško wrote about his take on the unified theory of reactivity across frontend frameworks. You’ll learn about the different approaches that frameworks use: value-based, observable-based, and signal-based.

Hydration is a tree, Resumability is a map

Manu had a look at the difference between hydration in React Server Components, Astro Islands partial hydration and how it differs from resumability. His conclusion is that Hydration is a tree, Resumability is a map.

A Visual Guide to Layouts in Next.js 13

Vishwas also wrote another visual guide for Next.js Layouts, how they work, how to created them, and what are nested layouts.

Seems like a bi-weekly dev news roundup accumulates lots of links… Does it? Or not? I would love to know what you think, drop me a DM 🤙🏽

Anywho, I do enjoy curating and following all this, so It’s not like I’m not going to read these myself anyway 😅.

That’s it for this time.

Keep cool and code.

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