Many React applications use react-router for routing. However, what if you do not need the large featureset it provides, and want something simpler and smaller? In this tutorial, I will show you two ways to use kingfish for routing in a React application or website.
I have just released auru, a customizable slideshow module for modern websites. It works either standalone, or with a build tool such as Webpack or Browserify. It uses pure CSS3 animations, has a simple API, and has full touch support, all in just 25 KB (7 KB without touch support). Visit its documentation page to see a demo or to learn more.
I have just released kingfish, a router for byte-conscious isomorphic applications. It is designed for use with a build tool such as WebPack or Browserify, and is loosely inspired by Express, react-router, and page.js. Visit its documentation page to learn more.