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Last meetup of 2016! Tune hosts Seattle React.js

Tune will host us for our last meetup of 2016 for another set of React.js talks. As always, expect some delicious food from the Tune kitchens, and some great company from the Seattle dev community.

They're also hiring for front end devs, and use React and React Native extensively. Interested?:

Also, as we leave 2016 and enter into 2017, we'd like to get feedback from the React.js community as to what type of talks and activities you'd like to see more of in 2017. Reach out to us via, or talk to us at the event!

More talks TBD! Check back for updates.

Vik Advani - Viro Media

The Viro platform enables developers to easily build immersive VR experiences using familiar web and mobile technologies. If you are interested in building new VR applications or adding VR features into your existing app, the Viro platform is perfect for you. Some examples of experiences you can build using Viro include: 

• Interactive 360 photo tours for real estate and travel

• Media players for video/360 video in an immersive VR environment

• Rich immersive storytelling in 3D

It’s as simple as coding <ViroText text=”I’m making a VR app!” /> 

Vik Advani is the co-founder and CTO of Viro Media. Previously, he co-founded UpNext, a 3D mapping startup, that was acquired by Amazon in 2012. His experience and personal interest in 3D and visualization, led him to start a VR company in Seattle with the goal of enabling VR development everywhere.

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  • Matt S.

    Wish it were longer

    2 days ago

  • Suke

    Used Angular for our MVP, and considering switching to React. Looking to learn more and meet folks who might want to collaborate on the startup.

    November 23

    • Suke

      Thanks David...I hope to reconnect with you again tomorrow - we crossed paths at

      4 days ago

    • Suke

      Windows Mobile several years ago.

      4 days ago

  • Rachit P.

    Is the meetup good for a newbie considering I have a little experience with AngularJS?

    4 days ago

  • Matt S.

    Is there anyone attending who is familiar with connecting React to various Backends? I.E Rails, Django, ASP.Net or MongoDB/Express. I've been building a lot of small demos in React but this last step is alluding me...

    December 1

    • Max N.

      Sure, you have lots of options, but IMHO they boil down to an XHR call or a websocket :) There are really nice libraries that abstract away the frustrating bits of both XHR and websockets. For XHR, there's isomorphic-fetch, for websockets I'd go with, both are on NPM.

      1 · December 1

    • David G.

      I've been using Meteor with React and I've found it extremely good for building quite complex scenarios with little code. It naturally supports a 'flow' architecture without all the boilerplate you'd otherwise need. It also simplifies build massively. The only downside is that you will have to be careful on design if you plan to scale to heavy loads, but it is possible.. but if scaling isn't an immediate concern, I've found it to be a really nice combination. I can demo a pretty complex project I'm working on that uses Meteor+React.

      4 days ago

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