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React Advanced London Meetup - Summer Edition [in-person]
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👋 General Info
Hey React Advanced London community! We have some good news!
Remember the date: 25th of August & join us to talk about all things React and dive deep into the details and internals of our favourite libraries, functions and components patterns.
Important! In case you have talk you want to share with community & join meetup as a speaker - we need you!
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📍Event location The Trampery, London, 239 Old Street
🎫 Registration
Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the Guild link - so your friend could register as well).
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This event made possible thanks to the support from React Advanced London organizers - GitNation.
🕑 Event Schedule
18:30 - Doors open 19:00 - Intro and announcements 19:10 - Talks 20:10 - Mingle until 9.30 pm
We hope to see you!
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Presentations
There have been many react component patterns used over the years to facilitate the composition of frontend software.
However, React has evolved over the years especially with the introduction of hooks and context. Newer ways to do things clash with the so-called "older ones". In my talk, I want to take a relook the patterns from the perspective of a developer's needs for implementation, be it extracting logic, combining props, handling hierarchy, or inverting control of state.
Once the need is established, it is helpful to compare the new and the old patterns, if they exist, for the same goal and understand the pros and cons of each.
In this talk we will discuss serverless functions, Edge functions, and handling data on the edge. We will also look at some sample code from a simple application.
147 Attending
Tomas Tamagnone
Sanskar Jethi
Jaswant Sandhu
Rhiannon Monks
Chiara Castelli
Dominic Cohen
Andrei Stanescu
Tom Robinson
Ruben Casas
Lidija Celik
Asma Aj
Iris Schaffer
Amiel Kollek
Robi Maliqi
Naomi Pearse
Ancuta-Mihaela Hij
Darren Vong
Alex Lobera
Neha Sharma
jenna smith
Jani Eväkallio
Anna Vihrogonova
David Bernhard
David Kezi
Oliver Balmford
koyel dasgupta
Tamsyn Mathew
Harper Young
Colin Clark
Alan Ribeiro
Minh Tran
Thomas Chetwin
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