A Sip of ReactJS
React JS challenges lot of conventional ideas in web development at the same time providing a simple model for web development. Lets start rethinking with components, virtual DOM, JSX and see how React really shines! In this talk we will take whirlwind tour of React JS.
We will be building an application based on Open Library API which will help us cover core features of React. At the end of session, we will have a complete app built using React.
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I will also discuss some of the React concepts which go against the traditional wisdom like mixing markup and display logic, not using templates etc.
I will be building an app based on Open Library throughout the session to explain features of React.
Audience will get an overview of React and it's powerful approach for building complex UIs.
Audience will also get a taste of some of the unconventional ideas used in React which go against the traditional web development as well as a taste of how to build applications using React.
Web developers, Designers
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