January London React User Group
The event will be streamed live here- https://bluejeans.com/287520307
Tickets will be available from 1pm on 7th January from Eventbrite- https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/january-london-react-user-group-tickets-20500120412
We will have to delete any duplicate ticket orders as Facebook require the full name and details of each guest visiting their office.
Join us for an evening of great conversation around React.js-
6:30- Doors open for pizza and beers
7:00- Intro from Stu
7:10- 2 or 3 speakers each with 20 minutes to talk followed by Q&A
8:30/ 9:00- Everyone is welcome to stay for another drink
Jani Eväkallio, Futurice
Actually Building Things In React Native
How Futurice shipped a beautiful iOS app using React Native and what they learned along the way
Oliver Woodings, Qubit
Are you suffering from Selenium-itis?
An exploration into the different methods of testing React components/applications and whether Selenium might be the silver bullet.
Jonas Ohlsson, State
Using Redux - a case study
Redux is the next evolution of Flux and comes with dramatic productivity benefits. Jonas will cover the Redux way of doing things, demonstrate how he's using it on criticalcss.com (http://criticalcss.com/) , a product he built recently and explain what he's learned along the way.
Michael Jackson & Ryan Florence
Lightning Talk- react-stdio (https://github.com/mjackson/react-stdio)
Mind The Gap. By far the most difficult challenge in user interface programming is to bridge the gap between simply reading code and understanding what actually happens when it runs. React gives us a fantastic tool that helps eliminate time so we can more easily predict exactly what's going to happen.
Big thanks to Facebook for hosting us!