React Berlin April
The room was packed and everyone looked forward to the three talks. All three of them targeted beginners, so if you are new to the framework, those talks are a great point to start looking into it. And with the react native talk the night ended with one of the most promising things of the react world.
If you have missed it, we have recordings of all three talks below. Have fun watching them!
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Flux and a look at its various implementationsLink to section
Tiago Rodrigues, Senior Developer at Contentful
This talk will give an overview of Flux, and a look at the current state of flux implementations and how they compare and contrast.
A basic React application architectureLink to section
Moritz Klack and Christopher Möller, founders of webkid
This talk will focus on Moritz and Christopher’s react-starterkit project, including how to structure a basic React app using a flux implementation called Reflux, as well as how to set up your build environment with webpack and gulp.
Let's build a React Native app in 20 minutesLink to section
Peter Magenheimer, front end developer at ResearchGate.
In this talk, Peter will attempt to port a not-so-tiny React app to iOS. Live. 6 days after the release of React Native... and with approximately 0 years of previous experience in native mobile development. What could possibly go wrong?