React is experimental: In a separate Release channel now for the latest Features should be put to the Test. In this way, Library, Framework, and Tool can try out the developer already Suspense and Concurrent fashion.
Suspense and Concurrent fashion innovations, to React, to be expected for some time. The Release of the Features had to be moved to the actually planned date, the functions have been finished. Now they are at least testable, however, is still not final in React arrived. Suspense and Concurrent fashion in the newly introduced experimental Release channel. Thus, the React Team established a new procedure for the release of new Features. Especially authors of Libraries, Frameworks, and Tools in the React Ecosystem for the benefit of both.
React: 3 Release channels for different audiences
For developers who want to work only in production with React, nothing will change. The Release Channel for this is „latest“ called, here it's business as usual: Latest-Releases are published on npm, are stable and semantically versioned.
the Next channel that represents one of the two Pre-Release Channels to be Added now. Therein, Changes to the Master Branch of the GitHub repository of React will be shown. For one, there is Release Candidates for the next Latest Release can be found. The Channel is to be used but also for other innovations that make it into the Master Branch. Next Releases are not designed semantically verse, so that Breaking Changes are possible at any time. The Next Channel could be used to integration tests with the released versions, and to test the projects before the next Latest-Release it. The Next versions can be obtained via the corresponding day of npm.the
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The latest Features will be released in the Experimental Channel. There does not have to be reckoned with regular Breaking Changes, the Features in it are considered stable and are not for General publication. Experimental features may change or even be discarded. The versions can be obtained via the
experimental to npm, and their version numbers do not correspond to those of the Latest Releases, but are generated from the Hash of the Build.
The new Release channels presented by Andrew Clark in the React Blog .
Suspense and Concurrent fashion: tips for Test
Suspense and Concurrent fashion are currently in the experimental Release Channel, and are therefore not yet released for the General public. The target audience of the current release, developers of Libraries that can already test how the new Features in your projects to integrate are. In particular, authors will be approached by Libraries for the Data Fetching with React. For this audience the Blog now introducing new Patterns available to help using the new Features to a lower start-up time and better Performance. the