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React Amsterdam Meetup 2022 kickoff [in-person]
👋 General Info Hey React Amsterdam community! We are back on track and ready to have an exceptional time sharing the best open-source practices and knowledge with you.
We’re going to meet on the 29th of March to talk about all things React and dive deep into the details and internals of our favourite libraries, tools, and patterns.
We hope you join us!
Event location - TNW City, Singel 542, 1017 AZ Amsterdam
🎫 Registration Please do RSVP here to show your friends you’re coming.
Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the Guild link - so your friend could register as well).
🤝 Sponsors
Huge thanks to our friends Bitvavo ( for renting the venue and fuelling us with snacks & beverages!
This event made possible thanks to the support from React Summit organizers - GitNation (
🕑 Event Schedule 18:30 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization - you can check your laptop connection during that time 19:00 - Intro and announcements 19:10 - Talks 20:00 - Lightning Talks 20:30 - Mingle until 10pm
— 👍 Code of Conduct By registering for this event you agree to comply with our CoC
Vladimir Guguiev
Collaboration process between designers and developers has been long overdue for a revision. The current version of it, essentially built around designers handing off static images with annotations to engineers, is wasteful and inefficient. We will talk about how modern design tools that embrace web standards can revolutionize this process.
Developing for each platform individually is so 2010s. These days, with React Native’s component system providing base-level UI constructs, we can efficiently develop for every platform while not sacrificing any particular platform’s uniqueness. Taz will review the approach they’ve taken while developing Guild, and the creation of their Mondrian cross-platform responsive design system as well as how they’ve accommodated the differences in navigational experiences across platforms to accomplish a codebase that can be 95+% shared across every platform.
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