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Niya Panamdanam will walk us through how to create animations in React Native, from practical user transitions to fun bouncy emojis. We will compare different animation tooling, the pros, and cons, to discover the best tool for the job.
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.
What are micro frontends, when to use them, and in which way so that user experience doesn’t pay the price? We’re going to make an overview of different ways how to achieve micro frontend architecture, with the focus on their user experience. We’re going to explore what are currently the best available technologies to create an infrastructure in which a set of very decoupled applications (micro frontends), functions as one seamless experience in the user’s eyes, and share some challenges and downsides that you may encounter along the way of setting it up.
Ever thought to yourself, ""You know what would be fun? Building Google Docs, but all by myself“? I did, and I have some fun and painful stories to share! Collaborative rich text editing on the web is a world you may not know much about, but hopefully after all is said and done, I'll leave you feeling: “if that doofus could do it, I probably could too.” In this talk, I'll show you how to build rich text editing apps using React, Tiptap, and how to make them collaborative with CRDTs (Conflict-free Replicated Data Types) using Y.js.
We’re joined by Nikhil Sharma! We chat about what he’s been up to at Postman, React 18, and the community in India Enjoy!
Welcome to Guild! Follow Taz Singh along as he explores various communities and talks to the people within them Enjoy and we hope to see you at an event!
This is an episode of a series of topics: "You (Might) Don't Need a ${libraryName}". In this talk, I'll cover the beautiful browser APIs to work with URLs. I'll demonstrate how they work and which quite popular libraries can be avoided.
In this episode, we speak with Nader Dabit! Nader is a long time veteran of the tech world and has elevated the careers of countless individuals. He's an inspiration for many, including Taz, who's always excited to speak with him. We speak about Web3 communities (ok, maybe Taz gets a bit too excited about this topic 😄), Developer DAO, NFTs, the Web3 Stack, the Graph Protocol, and stablecoins. Follow Nader for more 👇🏽 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/naderdabit Twitter: https://twitter.com/dabit3
Today we chat with Medhat Dawoud! He was just about to give his first talk in front of an audience at React Live Amsterdam, and asked Taz what he was doing with all the camera equipment. So Taz sat down and showed him! 😄 Medhat went on to give a talk on Cheap Performance Wins in React, and wrote about the experience on his blog as well 👉🏽 https://medhatdawoud.net/blog/first-time-on-stage Follow Medhat for more 👇🏽 https://twitter.com/Med7atDawoud https://www.youtube.com/c/MedhatDawoud
We're joined by Aris from CityJS! We chat about the struggles of running a conference during the pandemic, inspiring communities around the world, and what's next for the CityJS series. Check out Aris and CityJS 👇🏽 https://twitter.com/arismarko https://twitter.com/cityjsconf https://cityjsconf.org/
Forms are a core part of many applications and complex actions are often broken up into multiple forms as steps in this workflow. Using React’s Context API and a conventional state machine, Nick Hehr will show us how we can build a reusable system for building these wizards and make the web a bit more magical.
We're excited to chat with Maggie Appleton! Her approach to taking complex technical topics and creating easy-to-understand illustrations from them has taught and inspired developers worldwide. Of course, the final product may be easy to understand, but what's her process and mental model to get there? We chat with Maggie about this as well as what's next for her as she continues to explore new ways of making software more approachable. Enjoy! Follow Maggie on Twitter 👇🏽 https://twitter.com/Mappletons
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