"Know how things work and why they are being developed. Learn what problems are being solved and how development is being made easier. It’ll really help you out."May 30, 2018
Sophie Alpert is a core contributor to React and is currently the engineering manager for the React team at Facebook. She has been contributing to React for over 3 years now, making her first contributions while she was working as an engineer at Khan Academy.
Check out the highlights post below for an idea of which talks to watch first.
Highlights from the React Europe conference
Ives van Hoorne is the creator of Codesandbox; an online code editor written completely in React. Although Codesandbox is written in React, it can be used to build applications for any front-end framework.
In today’s show, the React Native Radio Host, Nader Dabit and Gant Laborde speak with Sanket Sahu and Saurabh Sahu of Geeky Ants. Sanket and Saurabh talk about how they started their mobile app development company and working with open source, client projects, and cross platform development and much more.
Nitin Tulswani is a prolific developer and the creator of react-perf-devtool, a library that helps with profiling the performance of your React components since react-addons-perf was deprecated in React 16. In this episode we discuss Nitin's approach to writing code and the motivation behind several of his open source projects.
In today’s show, the React Native Radio Host, Nader Dabit and Spencer Carli, and Lee Johnson speak with Jared Palmer. Jared is on the show to talk about Formik. Jared runs The Palmer Group in New York, where they build applications and websites for a wide variety of clients, form start ups to large corporations.
James Long is a prolific blogger and the author of several open source libraries including Prettier. He has recently started developing Actual, a budgeting app built in React and Electron. In this episode we talk about James' approach to business, as well as take a peek behind the scenes at how he works with React.
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Andrew Clark is a developer on the React core team at Facebook who has been working on asynchronous rendering. In this episode we do a deep dive on some of the decisions behind the implementation of async mode in React 16 as well as talk about how applications can benefit from using it.
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In this episode Michael Jackson talks with David Khourshid about State Machines. David is a developer on the Visual Studio Live Share team at Microsoft. Recently, he's been exploring methods of using finite state machines together with React to create predictable flows through applications that are easy to follow and test.
In this episode Michael Jackson talks with Henry Zhu, maintainer of the hugely popular Babel project, about open source sustainability and what's coming next for the Babel project.
Dan Abramov just spoke at JSConf Iceland 2018 with a preview of some new features Facebook has been working on in React. The talk opens with a question: "With vast differences in computing power and network speed, how do we deliver the best user experience for everyone?"
In this episode Michael Jackson talks with Dan Abramov, author of Redux and create-react-app, about the responsibility that comes with being an influential voice for React, how future versions of React will leverage requestIdleCallback to schedule work, and the possibility of a future API for React that makes it easier to do async work.
In this episode Michael Jackson talks with Jared Palmer about Razzle, After.js, Formik, several other open source libraries from Jared, as well as Typescript and the implications of the upcoming async APIs in React.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of The React Podcast. In this episode Michael Jackson talks with Nicolas Gallagher about his project React Native for Web, the React Native API, how Twitter's new mobile website is powered by React Native for Web, and more.
I recently launched a new series on building Progressive Web Apps with React on Medium. In it, I cover the techniques and tools for building a high-performance web app that can load instantly and offline on desktop and mobile.