Under-the-hood-ReactJS - Entire React code base explanation by visual block schemes (Stack+Fiber versions)

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This repository contains an explanation of inner work of React. In fact, I was debugging through the entire code base and put all the logic on visual block-schemes, analyzed them, summarized and explained main concepts and approaches. I've already finished with Stack version and now I work with the next, Fiber version. Read in the best format from github-pages website.




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