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Chain React Conference talks

All the talks from the React Chain Conference are published. Check them out here.

August 2, 2018
The React Podcast #14 - VX and D3 Charting with Harrison Shoff

The React Podcast #14 - VX and D3 Charting with Harrison Shoff

Michael, Michael, and Harrison talk VX, Charting with D3, Airbnb engineering, and designing unopinionated component in React.

July 31, 2018
Pinterest: A one year PWA retrospective

Pinterest: A one year PWA retrospective

The idea of building a “Progressive Web App” (PWA) is not new, but its definition has changed with the emergence of key technologies like service workers. Now it’s finally possible to build great experiences in a mobile browser. Being an early adopter can be scary, so we’d like to share a brief overview of our experience building one of the world’s largest progressive web apps.

July 22, 2018
The Changelog #306 - The Great GatsbyJS

The Changelog #306 - The Great GatsbyJS

From open source project to a $3.8 million dollar seed round to transform Gatsby.js into a full-blown startup that's building what's becoming the defacto modern web frontend.

July 18, 2018
The React Podcast #13 - Gatsby and GraphQL with Kurt Kemple

The React Podcast #13 - Gatsby and GraphQL with Kurt Kemple

Michael, Michael, and Kurt talk Gatsby, GraphQL, debugging Node, gaining buy-in on big teams, and the future of Gatsby.

July 18, 2018
Announcing Gatsby Preview

Announcing Gatsby Preview

Today we’re excited to announce our first commercial offering, a hosted Gatsby preview service for teams, with Contentful as our initial integration.

July 17, 2018
ARTSY x React Native 2018

ARTSY x React Native 2018

A single day conference on React Native for iOS developers

July 14, 2018

React Developer Roadmap

A Chart to help with the question "What should I learn next as a React developer?"

July 5, 2018
#ThrowbackThursday

#ThrowbackThursday

What better video for our first #ThrowbackThursday than the talk by @tomocchino and @jordwalke @JSConfUS 2013 revealing React for the first time to the public.

July 5, 2018

Releasing React Native 0.56

The long-awaited 0.56 version of React Native is now available 🎉. This blog post highlights some of the changes introduced in this new release. We also want to take the opportunity to explain what has kept us busy since March.

July 4, 2018

A Guide to the React Ecosystem

A fun map of the React Ecosystem

July 4, 2018

Upcoming Q&A with Norbert de Langen, Maintainer of Storybook tomorrow on Reactiflux

Thursday July 5th, 1-2pm PT, Q&A Channel Reactiflux

July 4, 2018
React Native: A retrospective from the mobile-engineering team at Udacity

React Native: A retrospective from the mobile-engineering team at Udacity

The Udacity team shares their experience using React Native and why they stopped investigating in it.

July 3, 2018

Already 28 daily dev tips from Kent C. Dodds

Kent covers everything from using React with an index.html and script tags, his react-testing-library and even an introduction to ReasonML

July 3, 2018
NEW React Course by Ryan Florence: React Catch-up!

NEW React Course by Ryan Florence: React Catch-up!

React has changed more in the past 6 months than in the previous 5 years, get caught up in a little over an hour.

July 3, 2018

Announcing Rogue: an SSR framework for React that's invisible (zero config! - just an App.js file) and quick (no Webpack! - Parcel <3)

It comes w/ built-in SSR support for graphql (apollo), state mgmt (redux), and css-in-js (styled-components / emotion)

July 3, 2018

React.Portal: the good, the bad and the ugly

React 16 has a first class portal implementation. But wait, what's a portal? In this talk I will go over what portals are on the web and what problems they solve. I will also take a look at React.Portal what it does well as well as the things to watch out for.

July 2, 2018
React Native Radio #98 - React-Native-Dom feat. Vincent Riemer

React Native Radio #98 - React-Native-Dom feat. Vincent Riemer

In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelist talk to Vincent Riemer. Vincent got into programming as a senior in high school when he took an AP Java class. He was really into computers, and this class is what led him to pursue a college degree in computer science as well as a career as a developer. They talk about his io-808 drum machine, how he got into synthesis and his passion for it, React-native-dom, and much more!

July 2, 2018
Announcing Rebolt

Announcing Rebolt

Callstack’s take on React Native at a scale.

July 2, 2018

Building Beautiful Sites With Gatsby

With Gatsby, it's easy to create beautifully-designed, reusable components, clean, consistent typography, and a beautiful image loading experience.

July 1, 2018
New Level Up Tuts course: Level 1 Electron

New Level Up Tuts course: Level 1 Electron

In this series we explore Electron by building a beautiful journaling app using React. The application we build reads, writes and creates markdown files and even implements auto saving. Explore the platform that's allowing web developers to create real world apps like VSCode, Slack, Hyper, Skype, Figma and countless others!

June 29, 2018
Twitter thread of whats going on in Parcel.js

Twitter thread of whats going on in Parcel.js

Hey there! Have you tried https://parceljs.org yet? Or maybe you tried it out 6 months ago? Guess what: ✨ A LOT ✨ has happened since it came out, and this shit is getting awesome.

June 29, 2018

Announcing Expo Dev Tools (beta)

The features of a command line tool, with a browser experience for those who prefer a graphical interface — all in one package.

June 27, 2018

Next.js 6.1 released and nextjs.org open sourced

We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 6.1, featuring Increased hot reloading reliability, Codebase improvements and Next.js codemods. In addition to the Next.js 6.1 release, we're excited to announce that nextjs.org is now open source

June 27, 2018