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Hydration errors can be caused by dates, ad blockers, browser extensions, invalid HTML, 3rd party scripts, CSS in JS libs, character encoding, IDs, and more
Improve user experience and productivity by making your UI faster. Persist data automatically, debounce saves, and show changes optimistically.
React doesn't like mismatches between client and server rendering. Avoid it by rendering tricky content like dates only on the client. Fade it in for a smooth UI and to avoid layout shift.
Remix is a fantastic framework but it's not without its issues. Here are some of my struggles after building a few different projects with it.
Extension for Visual Studio Code - Remix generator for route files to help you generate your routes faster.
Command line utility to upgrade all Remix dependencies together
Speaker Bio: Ryan Florence has been obsessed with UX since using an Intellivision. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/ryan-florence Speaker Bio: Michael Jackson, the author or Remix, not the pop star. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/michael-jackson Learn more at https://remix.run
Edge computing is increasingly being adopted by web developers these days to improve UX and decrease latency of their applications. Cloudflare Workers, Deno Deploy, Netlify Edge Functions, and Vercel Edge Functions, all have made edge computing available to developers of full stack applications. With this adoption new architectural patterns and anti-patterns for building web applications have emerged. In this talk we’ll cover how developers can utilize edge computing to build full-stack applications and what are the strengths and weaknesses of this approach. We’ll also look into the future — beyond the edge, and explore how thinking of the network as the computer will fundamentally change the architecture of web applications in order to make building planet-scale applications accessible to everyone. Speaker Bio: Nevi Shah is a Product Manager at Cloudflare. She works on Cloudflare Pages and Cloudflare D1. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/nevi-shah Speaker Bio: Igor Minar is a software engineer at Cloudflare and co-creator of AngularJS, Angular, and Karma. He has spent the last 15 years helping developers by building infrastructure, APIs, and tooling for the Web. Igor built some of the biggest web development communities during his time at Google. He collaborated with the TypeScript team to bring type-checking and better tooling to developers, as well as browser vendors to design and improve web APIs. He has also worked to establish pragmatic best practices in the web ecosystem by creating conventional commits and many evergreen libraries. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/igor-minar
I will discuss some of the things we've built at LinkedIn with Remix, why we chose it over other alternatives, our incremental migration story and how Remix is enabling us to ship faster & more ambitious web UIs for our users. Whether your an indie hacker, working at startup or large company, and are interested in moving to Remix, this talk is for you. Speaker Bio: Clifford Fajardo is a full-stack software engineer at LinkedIn where he works on infrastructure tools.He has worked at both startups and other large companies, including Salesforce. In his spare time you might find Clifford contributing to open source, hiking trails in the Bay Area, or eating at his favorite pizza shop: Bronco Billy's Pizza. He has a twin brother and is a proud Nicaraguan-American 🇳🇮 https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/clifford-fajardo
An exploration of how using MDX with Remix enhances the Markdown authoring experience, unlocks an ecosystem of tools to improve accessibility, and enables developers to craft more customized content experiences. This talk will walk through multiple ways MDX can be incorporated into a Remix site and provides examples of leveraging MDX to strengthen the usability and accessibility of content. Speaker Bio: Monica Powell is a software engineer who is passionate about making contributing to open-source more approachable, creating technology to elevate people, and building community. You can find her developing educational technology as a Senior Software Engineer at Newsela, teaching web development, and contributing to open-source projects. GitHub recognized her as an inaugural GitHub Star based on her involvement in the tech community. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/monica-powell
Using Remix to create a stand alone API is simple, fast and really fun! In just a couple minutes you can stand up a super straight forward API. This can let folks dip their toe into the wonderful world of remix without rewriting their front end. Speaker Bio: Shane Walker is a self-taught developer with a passion for learning new things and watching them come to life. From his first “Hello World” app, he was hooked. He is invigorated by solving problems in code. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/shane-walker
As any Remixologist will tell you, modern web apps are just pages/links/forms layered in spinners/latency/jank. If that's true, we should use Remix and web fundamentals everywhere to build better experiences! But what about highly interactive apps with streaming data and visualizations? Just how far should we push the envelope? Let's find out! In this talk, we'll implement a multi-user musical instrument with Remix, (ab)using things like: - Forms and FormData - Web Audio - Browser history - Progressive enhancement - Full stack components - Response and Server-sent events Speaker Bio: Jon Jensen is a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix working to improve the developer experience for other UI engineers. Previously he worked at Amazon and Instructure, working on all things software-y. In his spare time he's usually in the mountains, playing Minecraft with his kids, or following the Red Food Truck around Salt Lake City. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/jon-jensen
Most of the time our API calls work, so why don’t assume that they’ll do and provide a seamless experience? Optimistic UI means to simulate a positive response from the server before receiving one. This talk will introduce examples of optimistic UIs, highlight their benefits, and provide guidance on incorporating them into our applications. Speaker Bio: Giovanni Benussi has been a full-stack developer for more than 12 years. He started working on Ruby on Rails, eventually working on new features, maintenance, and scalability for the framework. Nowadays he works primarily with React. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/giovanni-benussi
The Remix Form and Action have drastically simplified our forms. While it's easy to validate form data on the server, people have always been searching for a good client-side form validation solution. What if we could use the platform to implement simple client-side validation without adding another dependency? In this talk, we'll explore how to utilize the Constraint Validation API to provide a modern form validation experience in Remix. Speaker Bio: Edmund Hung is a senior web developer from Hong Kong who works on the global online food-ordering and delivery platform, Delivery Hero. He maintains Remix Guide and is currently building Conform, a form validation library focusing on progressive enhancement. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling and gaming. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/edmund-hung
Backstreet's back. Speaker Bio: Dan is a software engineer on the React team at Meta. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/dan-abramov
Get advanced with `defer` and other Remix features to power a lag-free, web-based native app, without giving up Remix's data loading and mutations on the server. Chasing the dream of write-once/run-anywhere by wrapping your website in a native app shell? Scared that a great Remix website won't feel as snappy as the instant transitions of your old SPA? Fear not—by being smart with `defer` and leveraging the browser platform, you can power a spinner-free website and super-speedy native app from the same routes. Speaker Bio: Oscar Newman is a product and design-focused software engineer working on consumer healthcare experiences at Solv Health, where he has led a team-wide migration to Remix. He's passionate about consumer healthcare and building compelling user experiences. He's dabbled in design systems and front-end tooling, and is terrible at algorithms and most coding interviews. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/oscar-newman
Accessibility, better DX, and performance get a lot of attention as it improves better UX significantly. Plus, it gives satisfaction to devs by seeing the significant improvements. But how about internationalization? A fun fact: Over 70% of the users in the world access non-English content. In this talk, I'll show you more surprising facts about internationalization and what are scalable approaches. You'll see examples with libraries for frameworks with a few different logic to implement different internationalization layouts. Speaker Bio: Accessibility, better DX, and performance get a lot of attention as it improves better UX significantly. Plus, it gives satisfaction to devs by seeing the significant improvements. But how about internationalization? A fun fact: Over 70% of the users in the world access non-English content. In this talk, I'll show you more surprising facts about internationalization and what are scalable approaches. You'll see examples with libraries for frameworks with a few different logic to implement different internationalization layouts. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/arisa-fukuzaki Note: due to technical difficulties during Arisa's talk at the conference, Arisa was invited to run through her talk again later that evening. This video is that up-to-date version.
Video editing is a booming market with influencers being all the rage with Reels, TikTok, Youtube. Did you know that browsers now have all the APIs to do video editing in the browser? In this talk I'm going to give you a primer on how video encoding works and how to make it work within the browser. Spoiler, it's not trivial! Speaker Bio: Christopher Chedeau is the co-creator of React Native and Prettier, and the creator of React Conf, Excalidraw, and Yoga (the layout engine, not the one where you stretch a lot). https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/christopher-chedeau
A panel Q&A discussion at Remix Conf with the React team and Michael Jackson. Speaker Bio: Joe was planning to major in math and philosophy but got into computer science after writing physics simulations in Matlab. Prior to React, he worked on Relay, RSocket JS, and the Skip programming language. While he’s not building some sort of reactive system he enjoys running, studying Japanese, and spending time with his family. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/joe-savona Speaker Bio: Dan is a software engineer on the React team at Meta. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/dan-abramov Speaker Bio: Ricky majored in theoretical math and spent his early career working at startups and the Jest core team. In 2018 he joined Meta and somehow found himself on the React team. When he's not pushing bugs to your React code you can find him tweeting, skiing, golfing, or closing GitHub issues that do not match the issue template. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/ricky-hanlon Speaker Bio: Michael is the co-creator of Remix. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/michael-jackson
Join us for a thrilling ride as we explore the world of headless e-commerce with Shopify Hydrogen! This tech stack is taking the e-commerce industry by storm, and in this talk, we'll show you just how easy and fun it is to build a high-performance online store using Hydrogen's ready-to-use React components. From creating collections and products to implementing a shopping cart, we'll cover it all and give you the tools you need to elevate your developer experience. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn the ins and outs of Shopify Hydrogen and see firsthand how it can revolutionize your e-commerce projects. Speaker Bio: Alexandra Spalato is a Developer Relations engineer at Storyblok. She was born and raised in France and lives now on the beautiful Spanish island of Mallorca. While working as a freelance developer and entrepreneur, she decided to fully specialize in the JAM Stack. She is an advocate for headless architecture and has taken that advocacy full time at Storyblok. https://remix.run/conf/2023/speakers/alexandra-spalato
Create a progressively enhanced input field with "edit" and "preview" tabs like GitHub and Stack Overflow. Use Remix's useFetcher hook to render the markdown server-side. Set shouldRevalidate to false to make tab-switching instant.
Should you host your Remix app on a serverless provider like Netlify, Vercel, Cloudflare Pages, or AWS Lambda? Or a long-lived server like Fly, Render, Railway, or DigitalOcean? This guide will help you choose the right hosting option for your app.
A Remix action is an endpoint for POST requests, and all forms will submit to the same action. Add a name and value to your submit button to know which form was submitted, and use that to determine which action to take.
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Use Remix's nested routes with react-transition-group and Tailwind CSS to fade between pages.
Use Remix's Defer feature in combination with an EventStream to stream progress updates to the client.
Server-side rendering breaks when the server is in a different timezone than your browser. Make your Remix server timezone agnostic with a timezone offset cookie.