- If you have a React 15.5 app which doesn’t use deprecated features and doesn’t throw errors, then React 16 just works!
- One of my favorite things about React is that it gives me access to a great library of open-source components.
- And thanks to the stability of React’s API, I haven’t needed to upgrade many of these components… until now.
- In previous versions of React, throwing exceptions within event handlers would have unpredictable results.
- While React’s API hasn’t changed much, it has an entirely new engine under the hood called React Fiber.
Now I don’t want to waste your time with another “What is React 16?”; the official blog is already very informative. But what I can give you is the story of my experience this week, when I upgraded a large project to React 16.
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