React has gained more and more supporters since it was first released to the point that there are now several communities, amounting to millions of developers, that offer support for anything you may need regarding this framework. Here are the main five:
- DEV’s React community: dev.to is an online community where programmers can collaborate and grow. You can share ideas, articles, and questions, as well as take part in debates. They have their own section focused specifically on React.
- Hashnode’s React community: Hashnode is a programmer community focused primarily on subjective and opinion-based questions. You can ask and answer questions and also write articles on their own blogging platform for developers. Hashnode also has its own section devoted to React.
- Reddit’s React community: Reddit is one of the most popular online platforms, with thousands of communities — called subreddits — organized around a huge array of topics. You can post about anything related to React on its own subreddit, as well as vote and comment on the many articles, questions, and tutorials posted there. Reddit is also known for its friendly and fun environment where you can also find humorous posts.
- Spectrum’s React Community: Spectrum offers a wide variety of tech and development communities, and provides you with tools to build your own community if you don’t find what you’re looking for. You can take a look at their React community here.