ReactNYC #9

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Hey friends! We've migrated to a new unified slack channel for all the front-end meetups and we now have automatic invites! You can join here: https://nycjsorg.now.sh

Enjoy the awesome talks!

Storybook: a Visual Testing Environment for React
Christian Cho (https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiancho/) and Rocky Meza (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rockymeza/)

Developed and maintained by a community of developers, Storybook is a visual testing and development environment for React, React Native, and Vue. At Everwise, we use Storybook extensively in our development process. After this presentation, we hope you explore using Storybook in your own development process. We'll show you its benefits with a sample environment, which will be made public for you to pull and test yourself.

How to use React without create-react-app
Maria Campbell (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariacampbell/)

Maria has always been used to creating her own workflows to her JS applications, so when she started using React, she was not happy with using create-react-app. So she ejected out of a create-react-app application to study what was going on.s She will explain the process for setting up the basic React workflow needed to get a React application up and running using webpack.

Getting started with GraphQL and React
Tim Specht (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-specht-6a710631/)

GraphQL opens up new ways of client-server when fetching data from a remote source. It can enable software teams across different platforms to ship their products faster and in a more maintainable way. This talk is giving an introduction to GraphQL, its mechanisms and some examples for getting started with GraphQL & React.

Sponsors

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