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Welcome! Introduce yourself if you'd like

Reach/General · June 12, 2018 at 9:32pm

Welcome! Introduce yourself if you'd like

June 12, 2018 at 9:32pm

Hey, thanks for joining the Reach community. I'm Ryan. I want to make React the most accessible JavaScript platform we've ever seen. From traditional web accessibility in our components to making React an accessible platform for developers to learn and thrive in. I'd love your help.


June 12, 2018 at 9:40pm

I AM SO READY

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Hey there 👋! Ferdinand from Vienna. Currently using reach/router in production on a personal project of mine.

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Awesome :)

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Aarón from Alicante, Spain 😁 Reach Router awesome so far!

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Hi. I am Tobi from Berlin. Loved playing with Reach Router in some CodeSandboxes. Awesome work!

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Yo!! Awesome you got this together @ryanflorence! Look forward to helping out!

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For everyone else, I'm Tre from Seattle. I'm a full stack web dev for Avvo (take care of GraphQL API, web servers, and front end clients built in React). Actually tempted to sneak in a swap to Reach Router with this crossover to SSR I'm currently making on one of our apps in production.

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Hello everyone, I'm Alexander a JavaScript and React developer. Great to see here.

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@tretuna you'll need to wait for react to fix a context bug in their next release.

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renderToString gets off-by-one on nested contexts (dont we all? 🤷🏽‍♂️)

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👋Excited to be here, thanks for creating this @ryanflorence! I'm Brian, developer working on this here website :D

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Hi ryan, i'm a developer from Nigeria, passionate about JavaScript and just started working with react a few weeks ago. Looking forward to learn and also contribute

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Hi! Dev at Warby Parker who's excited about more accessible components.

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Hi Ryan / All , Working on a app using React and react router 4. Planning to use reach router in near term.

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Hi All, I'm Andrei from Sydney, Australia. Examples of Reach router code make code easy to follow and less router-y, which makes me want to switch away from React Router v4.

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@tretuna you'll need to wait for react to fix a context bug in their next release.

Dang, well then I'll be looking out for that.

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Hi, I'm Aditya from India, I tried reach router and it's looking great so far

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Hi! I'm Ariadne from Amsterdam 👋 I am a frontend developer (lately working a lot with React) and I'm passionate about accessibility. So I am looking forward to helping out 😊

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Hi! Almero from the Netherlands. A11y in React is a passion of mine so would love to help out where I can.

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Hi, everyone! I'm Bin Hou from China, and working in Japan now.

We are using react-router3 in our production Ameba Blog (Ameblo) which is the largest blog service in Japan.

And using Isomorphic, code splitting (by component, both js and css) in this production.

We have planned to migrate react-router3 to react-router4 for a long time.

And then @reach/router is released, simple pretty and just good. I am trying to use it in our production.

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Hi Everyone! I'm A-J from South Africa. I am a JS and React Developer. Great to be here :)

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Does anyone have experience with testing?

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I'm having problems mocking navigate using jest

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Hi, I'm Iswan from Sri Lanka, Hope to use reach router for one of my next project and great to be here.. Thanks..

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