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July 2, 2024

We recently switched our main website from Netlify to Fly.io. This was a pretty smooth process and we're happy with the results. Here's a quick overview of our experience. Why we switched Netlify is awesome. It's super easy to use and one of the best...

Josh GM Walker
Josh GM Walker

June 18, 2024

Redwood aims is to provide a fast, robust and comprehensible React Server Component experience. We're iterating towards improving that experience by adding a RSC development server that supports live reload. What is Live Reload? Live reload is a feat...

Peter Pistorius
Peter Pistorius

June 4, 2024

After ReactConf 2024 I was inspired by this tweet: https://x.com/chantastic/status/1791531154212033004 In it, Sam Selikoff says that the JS ecosystem has yet to demonstrate the same kind of powerful forms that have been available in Rails since jus...

Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron

May 21, 2024

We recently redesigned our website for the new "Bighorn" epoch of Redwood. This included starting this series of blog posts which had a fun side effect of giving us an exercise to solve. How do we implement an RSS feed when our blog is built into a R...

Josh GM Walker
Josh GM Walker

May 13, 2024

💡 og:image Middleware is only available in the latest canaries of Redwood! The code snippets below assume you're on at least 8.0.0-canary.570 If you've spent any time around the marketing department of your company/startup, you're probably familia...

Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron

May 10, 2024

An Introduction to Middleware What is middleware? It's a function that runs before your request is routed and rendered – giving you the ability to: a) Intercept and modify the response b) Enrich the request “context” (e.g. add auth details) c) Enrich...

Danny Choudhury
Danny Choudhury

April 23, 2024

As big fans of the dog fooding principle, we want to put RSC through its paces by using it to build more than just a demo app. As Redwood's support for RSC becomes more mature we are going to need to document it with the same attention we pay to the ...

Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron

March 24, 2024

Welcome to the preview of RedwoodJS Bighorn! You may not have realized it, but you’ve been living in the Arapahoe epoch since Redwood v1.0. Bighorn is the next epoch, and will bring a massive change to how apps are built with Redwood: React Server Co...

Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron

March 24, 2024

Nine months ago, the RedwoodJS team decided to go all-in on React Server Components. The first version of Redwood that fully supports RSC will begin the Bighorn epoch. Today I’m excited to bring you an update on our work towards that goal. We now hav...

Tom Preston-Werner
Tom Preston-Werner

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