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A group for anyone interested in software engineering including JavaScript. This group is part of the HackBuddy software engineering group ( https://hackbuddy.com ). For JavaScript meetups, visit https://javascriptla.net . For more info on us, the meetups we've held, videos you can watch on Youtube.com/hackbuddyorg (https://youtube.com/hackbuddyorg) and blogs offering technical expertise.

Upcoming events (2)

Build a React App Using Web Database - JavaScript Kintone Workshop

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In this 2 hour workshop, you'll walk away with a React project that retrieves data from and uploads data to Kintone, a web database service.
We'll walk you through the basics of REST API calls and CORS, usage of State and Effect Hooks, setting up an Express back-end, and using it as a proxy.
Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your creativity and improve your programming skills. Join Kintone on July 11th at 6:00pm PT via Zoom. Register on Eventbrite now!

PREREQUISITES

CLONE THE WORKSHOP REPOSITORY!
This is the codebase that we will start the workshop from!
bit.ly/react-x-rest

GET A KINTONE SUBDOMAIN (DATABASE)
Apply for a free developer license and subdomain. You can also read up on all things Kintone API & customization!
Kintone.dev/new

INSTALL NODE AND NPM
Verify that you have the latest Node.js & npm installed on your computer.
If you don't have Node.js & npm installed, refer to the Guide on Installing Node.js & npm {macOS & Windows} post for instructions.

EVENT SCHEDULE (IN PACIFIC TIME)
6:00 PM - Hello
6:10 PM - Workshop Overview
6:20 PM - Web Database Setup
6:50 PM - React Project Setup
7:00 PM - Build the React App
7:40 PM - Connect the App to the Web Database
7:50 PM - Wrap Up and Q&A
8:00 PM - Thank you & Survey Raffle

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Also, check out our most popular workshops with this playlist:
Popular Kintone Workshops - YouTube

SUGGESTED READING
We advise you to have a look through the following React documents beforehand:

What is KINTONE?
Kintone is a no-code/low-code cloud platform for teams to quickly & easily share and collaborate on their data.
You can add JavaScript, CSS, &/or HTML to enhance the front-end UI/UX of a Kintone App. This can include features such as maps, buttons, and color-coding.
Read how to customize and develop on the Kintone platform at kintone.dev!

State vs. Memoization: Finding the Right Balance with Hooks w/Sumit Ridhal

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This talk discusses the balance between state and memoization in React applications, guiding participants on how to effectively utilize hooks.
By understanding the pros and cons of each approach and implementing practical strategies, developers can optimize performance and create efficient React components.

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About the Presenter:

Sumit Ridhal is a Lead Developer at RedHat. Sumit is extremely passionate about React, WebGL, 3D elements and Generative Art. He's done a lot of keynotes on major conferences like React Global and Next.JS Conf, and he will take us on a journey to better understanding Hooks in React.

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For more details on us, visit: https://javascriptla.net, especially for links to our chat channels on Slack/Discord, and be sure to follow us on all social media including YouTube.com/HackBuddyORG!

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