ReactFoo 2017

A conference on React

Async State Management with Observables

Submitted by Siddharth Jain (@f0rr0) on Jun 16, 2017

Section: Crisp Talk Technical level: Intermediate Status: Rejected

Abstract

At Housing.com, while architecting our React Native apps, we needed a state management middleware for Redux that elegantly solves the most commonly occurring problems in an app based scenario: cancelling, retrying, debouncing and combining multiple async operations. We looked towards observables and RxJS to solve this problem. In particular, we used a Redux middleware: redux-observable, developed at Netflix, that allowed us to compose and handle side-effects. This talk highlights on our experience, lessons learnt and hopefully encourages you to use reactive programming in your applications too.

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Speaker bio

Senior Software Developer @ Housing.com
React/React Native

Links

Slides

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2dIj_eFX-NoRXo4VzVLY1BWRTJlelJXcmktTU1ZdURSVVZn/view?usp=drivesdk

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