ReactFoo Pune

On lessons learned during implementation.

Advanced React Component Patterns

Submitted by Siddharth Kshetrapal (@siddharthkp) on Sunday, 3 December 2017

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Technical level

Advanced

Section

Full talk on success and failure stories with React; code overheads and code rewrite stories with React

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Abstract

React on it’s own has a very small API surface. Most of the magic happens in user-land. It feels like every month, someone from the community finds an innovative way of writing components. This is the best part about React, the creative community.

Our team obsessed over code quality and maintainability but we didn’t always know the right way as we’re all learning together.

I’m going to be honest, this stresses me out. I have a constant fear of missing out on the cleanest/prettiest/smartest way of writing React components.

So, I sat and learnt all of them, so that you don’t have to.

Outline

React on it’s own has a very small API surface. Most of the magic happens in user-land. It feels like every month, someone from the community finds an innovative way of writing components. This is the best part about React, the creative community.

Our team obsessed over code quality and maintainability but we didn’t always know the right way as we’re all learning together.

I’m going to be honest, this stresses me out. I have a constant fear of missing out on the cleanest/prettiest/smartest way of writing React components.

So, I sat and learnt all of them, so that you don’t have to.

Requirements

Even though the talk is marked as advanced, it’s broken down for beginners to understand and take it to advanced.

Speaker bio

Building design systems @auth0 ∙ ex @practo ∙ Built bundlesize & cost-of-modules ∙ Makes youtube videos ∙ Co-organises @ReactBangalore ∙ plays football, noob surfer

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Slides

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