JSFoo: round the year submissions

JSFoo: round the year submissions

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Tracy Lee

@ladyleet

Managing application state without losing hair

Submitted Feb 26, 2018

Applications state is at least 50% of building an application. Knowing how to do it effectively is
the difference between making an app that makes you proud or makes you tear your hair out. In
this talk I will share proven techniques for reducing application complexity that work equally well
in all frameworks and state management libraries.

Outline

Applications state is at least 50% of building an application. Knowing how to do it effectively is
the difference between making an app that makes you proud or makes you tear your hair out. In
this talk I will share proven techniques for reducing application complexity that work equally well
in all frameworks and state management libraries.

Speaker bio

Taras is the Co-Founder of This Dot Labs, an elite consultancy helping teams build front end applications. He is also the author of a new library called Microstates. Taras has mentored developers for years, and has also contributied to open source projects like Ember.js. You can find him on Twitter @tarasm or at http://thisdot.co/labs.

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