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The New Best Practices
Hi JSLover this time we will have a great friend of us talking about React, Jani is going to provide us useful insights to work better and better with React.js ********************* Please register on SkillsMatter website at this link: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/10904-the-new-best-practices ********************* The New Best Practices When React was first introduced, it was ridiculed for going against established web development best practices as we knew them. Five years later, React is the gold standard for how we create user interfaces. Along the way, we’ve discovered a new set of tools, design patterns and programming techniques. In this talk, we’ll explore how we can apply the React philosophy to software engineering problems far beyond the React ecosystem. Jani Eväkallio Jani, a veteran of the Frontend Framework wars, has earned his battle scars writing JavaScript on the bleeding edge for the last decade. Today, he leads a team building cross-stack React mobile and web apps at Formidable London.

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