Remix is a great new React website framework, one of the few to challenge the dominance of NextJS. Remix comes with a new philosophy, and with that also some new challenges and complexities when it comes to integrating third-party libraries.
In this blog post, we’ll go over the topic of returning the children property directly from a React component discussing why you would want to do that, what issues you can run into when introducing TypeScript, and how we can get around it.
Are you new to frontend development and feel that all the popular libraries and frameworks are too daunting to get started with? Do you always balk at tutorials, when they mention installing a bunch of programs and libraries and running scripts, compilers, and bundlers when trying to learn something new?