Hosted By: Simon St. Laurent, Peter Cooper
In this free online conference, attendees will get a taste of React:
First Steps Toward React Best Practices
Since the React community is relatively new, the idea of React best practices is still being defined. Here at reddit we have had several React apps in production for several months now. We have coded them with a few different methodologies and we have arrived at some core, best practices as a result of this battle-won knowledge. Since we learned a lot of this through trial and error, we would love to share with the community our best practices in an effort to impart these lessons without the pain of experiencing them and to further the dialog surrounding React best practices.
Brian will be presenting at O'Reilly's Web Platform 2015 Conference -Fluent, April 20-22, in San Francisco.
We'll talk about:
- React, its purpose, and why you may want to use it.
- Some battle-won React best practices as a result of having React code in production
Reactive, Component-based UIs with React
Managing UI complexity is hard. State exists on the server, in browser memory and in the DOM, all mutating over time. Keeping it in sync is easy at first, but as you dial up the interactivity things get buggy and fragile. Is there a simpler way? We'll look at building apps that minimize mutable state and embrace a simpler, functional event/data flow with Facebook's React.
Ben will be presenting at O'Reilly's Web Platform 2015 Conference -Fluent, April 20-22, in San Francisco.
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