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React Advanced London is a community organizing quarterly in-person events and an annual hybrid conference in October (). Engineers of all levels are welcome to join, our meetups are always free to attend and a great place to meet other likeminded people and share some insights about your work and experience from the stage.
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React Amsterdam is a community organizing quarterly Meetups and an annual Conference on all things React . Being the oldest ReactJS community in BeNeLux it gather Front-end developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe. With internationally recognized speakers, amazing attendee crowd and a top location.
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Move Fast and Break Nothing. End-to-end typesafe APIs made easy.
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Chris is director of engineering at XtendOps and in this talk he details the reasoning behind moving his company from Meteor to SvelteKit
Microservices nowadays is a well known concept and maybe you are using it in your current company.
Do you know that now you can apply similar ideas in the Frontend?
Today we already divide the Frontend into several components at development time, but at compile time these components are merged into one monolithic Frontend and this is where this new architecture comes into play.
In this talk we will understand the reasons behind micro-frontends and we will also explore one of the most interesting ways of applying them using Module Federation and Svelte
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