About ReactFoo Mumbai
- Latest features of React
- Webpack, GraphQL and Apollo
- React Native
- Front-end workflows and design systems
- CSS and React
ReactFoo Mumbai is a single-day event with full-length and crisp talks, and Birds Of Feather (BOF) sessions on how to grow your career as a front-end engineer, and on state management.
On 27 May, we are hosting a hands-on workshop on GraphQL and Apollo conducted by Kiran Abburi. Workshop tickets have to be purchased separately.
Who should attend
- JS engineers from enterprises.
- JS engineers from startups.
- Cross-platform mobile developers.
- Front-end engineers.
Why you should attend?
- To learn from and network with peers from the industry.
- To gain insights from case studies of practical implementation, and evaluate ReactJS and React Native for your work.
- To program better with React and React Native.
If you are attending ReactFoo Mumbai, submit a flash talk – of 5 mins – about a project you are working on or a tool you have discovered and that you’d like the community to benefit from.
ReactFoo Mumbai conference – 26 May 2018 at ISDI DICE, Lower Parel, Mumbai.
GraphQL and Apollo workshop – on 27 May 2018 at Endurance International, Goregaon, Mumbai
For more information about speaking, ReactFoo, sponsorships, tickets, or any other information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 7676332020.
Event website: https://reactfoo.in/2018-mumbai/
Thinking Reactively with RxJS
Reactive programming is a established and efficient way to handle data streams. Understanding it and correct implementation makes otherwise complex program easy to read, maintain and test. JS community has been appreciating the ease it brings in with Angular, React-redux etc adopting it.
We start off by introducing what reactive programming is, explains the core concepts and key terms of the style of programming - data streams, observables, observers, operators, subjects, subscription etc We then go ahead to see how we set up each of these components, how to connect them and how the data flows among them With this understanding we can now compare Reactive components with promises and look at the problems it solves Next we see how RxJS implementation works. We understand various reactive components in terms of RxJS To get a better hands-on idea, we take a look at the implementation of a real world example with a relatively complex logic in RxJS
I started off with android rom development, was a device maintainer for CynogenMod before it blew up. A small freelance project for a startup got me into web development. I’ve been consulting in web domain ever since, taking up training sessions, both online and offline and hacking around in general. I’ve consulted couple of multi-billion dollar companies.
Everything I know is self-taught, I know firsthand how important role the community plays when it comes to learning new technologies in this fast paced environment and I like to give back to it in whatever form I can.