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A Productive React Codebase
We will be looking into the next step in React learning and utilising its abstraction power to extract stateful logic and convert a working component into a reusable component that can be implemented in different parts in the application easily and smoothly. We will be using Hooks and HOC to achieve this and to have a much readable and elegant code.
Boost your developer experience with GraphQL
Managing data fetching and UI rendering logics when dealing with API calls are the most challenging and often frustrating for most developers. This talk presents the benefits that GraphQL offers for enhancing developer experience.
Creating CSS Animations in React
CSS animations (when used correctly) can add life to your website and engage users. In this talk we will explore a simple animation built on pure CSS and HTML, and how to make the code cleaner and more extensible using React and Emotion.
Deploying React Native to Web
With Expo you can deploy to iOS and Android with ease. Now you can use Expo for web as well 🤯
Hidden Powers of Template Literals
Introduction to TypeScript Features in React
Introduction to features of TypeSript that developers can use to benefit their work flow.
Peeking inside React: The Background Magic
Looking into how react is rendered and what are the processes that they follow, VDom, Reconciliation, Memoization.
React Concurrent Mode
An overview of the next major React feature - Concurrent Mode. Understand how concurrent mode could improves user experience by unlocking new UI patterns that was not possible previously.
Using MDX in Gatsby site
Ever wanted to use React together with markdown in your projects? Now you can with gatsby-plugin-mdx. Write markdown for your pages while importing React components in the same file.
Why The Hook: Evolution of Stateful Logic Composition in React
A brief history of how stateful logic in React evolved from mixin, to HOC/Render Props, and finally to hooks today. You would understand why hooks is a better patterns in React.