aFuzzyBear and I have started a community, build-in-public project where we take my React-in-Astro sBird app and recreate all the same functionality using XElement, natively in Astro! The first video is now up on YouTube.
Have you ever been reading documentation for an open source project and found a typo, or an out-of-date code example? If there's an "edit this page on GitHub" link, then you're only a few clicks away from contributing to Open Source and helping out a project!
This is a screencast and transcript of refactoring one of the basic Astro examples to create an initial BaseLayout component.
Now that I'm on a roll with dynamic routing via getStaticPaths() in Astro, I'm checking the next item off my Astro blog wish list: pages to display blog posts by tag.
Astro sites allow you to *use* React, but they *aren't* React, themselves. Understanding the differences between React and Astro can help you get started more quickly, so here are some thoughts on how to think like an Astro-naut!