Keeping up with the world of React and React Native can be a tough job. You need to have a reliable set of React and React Native blogs or content sources to stay up-to-date with all of the news, updates, and announcements in React.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top React and React Native online communities including React and React Native blogs, newsletters, podcasts, social media groups, and more, for you to stay up-to-date with all that’s new in the world of React and React Native.
Please note that the React and React Native blogs and communities listed below are only the ones that are currently active. While there are many other groups, some of their content is outdated, which is why they weren’t included.
React and React Native Blogs
React Native Blogs
React and React Native Newsletters
React Status: A weekly roundup of the latest React and React Native links and tutorials with 17,000+ subscribers.
Awesome React Newsletter: A weekly overview of the most popular React news, articles, and libraries
Kent C. Dodds Mail: A newsletter by Kent C. Dodds, a Google Developer Expert, PayPal delegate on the TC39, and instructor on Egghead.io and Frontend Masters.
React Native Newsletters
Awesome React Native Weekly: An awesome style list that curates the best React Native libraries, tools, tutorials, articles and more. PRs are welcome!
React and React Native Videos
React Community Videos: Videos dedicated to the discussion of React and the React ecosystem.
LearnCode.academy: Free tutorials for web development, website design, and more.
React and React Native Courses
Codecademy: React 101: By the end of this course, you’ll develop a strong understanding of React’s most essential concepts: JSX, components, and storing information via props and state. By the course’s end, you’ll be able to combine these ideas in React’s modular programming style.
Egghead.io: Start Learning React: This series will explore the basic fundamentals of React to get you started.
React Armory: Learn React by Itself: In this series, you’ll learn React’s fundamentals by building an animated fractal. And you won’t even need to leave your browser! All of the exercises can be completed with the embedded editors – without downloading or installing anything.
The Road to Learn React: “The Road to Learn React” e-book (free to download with e-mail) teaches you the fundamentals of React. You will build a real-world application along the way in plain React without complicated tooling. Everything from project setup to deployment on a server will be explained. The book comes with additional referenced reading material and exercises with each chapter. After reading the book, you will be able to build your own applications in React. The material is kept up to date by Robin Wieruch and the community.
Egghead.io: Short instructional videos on React and many other topics.
Frontend Masters: Video courses on React and other frontend frameworks.
Fullstack React: The up-to-date, in-depth, complete guide to React and friends.
React for Beginners: Learn React in just a couple of afternoons.
Total React: Advanced React.js: Take your React skills to the next level.
Tyler McGinnis: Tyler McGinnis provides access to his courses for a monthly fee. Courses include “React Fundamentals” and “Universal React”.
React and React Native on Twitter
React on Twitter
React on Twitter List: The only list you’ll ever need, created by Instabug with the top tweeters in the React community.
React: Official React account.
ReactJS News: The latest React news, updates, and articles.
React Daily: Daily updates with the latest React and React Native news, links, and tutorials.
React Newsletter: A free weekly newsletter of the best React news and articles.
React Training: Expert React training, support, and software, from the creators of React Router.
Dan Wahlin: One of the top instructors in software development on Pluralsight.com and Udemy. Also authored/co-authored multiple books, published hundreds of technical articles, and authored technical documents for companies such as Microsoft, Google, and others.
Zach Silveira: Started ReactJSNews and ran it for two and a half years, building it to over 60,000 followers.
Dan Abramov: Co-author of Redux and Create React App. Always sharing React updates, insights, and best practices, as well as helpful resources from the React community.
Stephen Grider: An engineering architect who teaches on Udemy where he has 170,000+ students and the highest rated React course there.
Jed Watson: Co-founder of Thinkmill, helping Atlassian build Atlaskit. Creator of Keystone JS and Elemental and co-host of ReactJS Sydney.
David Walsh: Mozilla Sr. Web Developer and founder of the David Walsh Blog.
React Native on Twitter
React Native: Official React Native account.
Frank von Hoven: Executive Editor of The React Native Newsletter.
Gant Laborde: Organizer of the Chain React Conference and curator of The React Native Newsletter.
React and React Native on Reddit
React on Reddit
r/reactjs: A community for learning and developing web applications using React by Facebook.
r/reactjsdevelopers: A team of React JS developers ready to hire to implement projects using React and other cutting-edge frontend technologies.
React Native on Reddit
r/reactnative: A community for learning and developing native mobile applications using React Native by Facebook.
React and React Native Social Media Groups
React on Slack
ReactJSNews: A Slack community of 2,000+ React JS developers and enthusiasts.
React on LinkedIn
React Native on Linkedin
React on Facebook
React Native on Facebook
React and React Native Podcasts
React 30: A 30-minute podcast all about React.
React Native Podcasts
React and React Native Events
React Community Meetups: Worldwide meetups by the React developers community.
Upcoming React Conference: The dates, locations, as well as the websites and social media platforms of upcoming React conferences.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you think there’s any React blogs or communities that we missed and we need to add to the list.