React and Vue are becoming increasingly popular for front-end application development.
The Pune edition is a single-day event for sharing:
- Practical insights on integrating React/Vue in front-end applications.
- Performance improvements with React/Vue.
- State management.
- New developments.
Participate in ReactFoo-VueDay as:
and discover your peers from the growing front-end community in India.
The Pune edition will be held on 29 February 2020 at MCCIA, Pune.
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Speaker Travel Sponsor
Bharat Kashyap, front-end engineer at Atlan
Thiyagaraj T, senior UI engineer at Kubric.io
Put a knob on that Redux storeHow state is like a film reel? See redux in motion. Dispatch Dispatch Everywhere! Centralized store but localised action dispatching. How to make minimum updates to the store? How to mitigate intermediate states to avoid undesired state, hollow re-renders & improve render performance? Discover your new super power - Batched Actions, minimize the number of React re-renders by batching actions. Designing an Action Queue for your store - Enable, Flush, Priority, Size, Queue Jumpers. Throttle actions which can wait - ThrottleQueue for high frequency & low priority actions. Put a knob on that store! Yes you need to, Every app is not the same. (Intro to redux-knob) Orchestrate multiple Action Queues with a Queue Factory. Ideas around different queue strategies, like scheduling actions based on priority, buffer & time based.
Pratik Shah, senior software consultant at Techzaion
React code in imperative styleComponents are first class citizens in React and they are independent of each other. By independent I mean they are self managed entity, they have their own state and logic. In react project, components are arranged in a tree structure. So only way parent component can ask child component to do something is by passing props to it. Which is declarative way of writing code. And this is how code should be written in React. But there are some rare case in which we need to write imperative style of code. i.e instead of just passing props, we want to call internal methods and manage component’s state. React “Refs” are the way of doing this. In this talk I will be talk about those rare case and analyse how good/bad it can be.
Sujasree Kurapati, MD at Deque Software
Sponsored talk: Agile development for accessibilityDigital accessibility was an unknown world for the last few years and companies have realised that an inaccessible platform fails to seek the attention of almost one billion people (Potential Prospects) – 15% of the world’s population. Customers might be quickly moving towards solutions that are accessible while you go back trying to fix the accessibility issues (Customer Loss). Knowing the required automated tools that can help you write accessible code right from the first day of development can act as a boon. By attending our session you will be empowered with the required tools and APIs that would help you catch 50% of accessibility issues while you code. We will show you a demo on How to integrate our Accessibility API with a react application so you can unit test your components while you develop. How to enable accessibility testing on CI/CD build processes.
What does it mean to be Reactive?What is Iterative Programming? What does it mean to be Reactive? UI as a function of State (Declarative UI) VDOM introduced to get rid of Imperative Programming Drawbacks, Compromise due to lack of language features Other Examples CycleJS Redux Observable -> Declarative Actions Compromise on Performance, Memory Svelte -> Retain benefits of writing Reactive Code with benefits of Imperative Programming
Rahul Gaba, UX engineer at Google
Using React context API and hooks to manage stateThe talk will be broken down in the following: Why state management is required? Brief intro of redux. Benefits of redux. Problems with redux. When to use the Context API instead of redux. How to scale the Context API using hooks.
Vipul A M, founder at Saeloun
With Types and HooksThe Talk will try to outline these things: - What is FlightJS: Event driven JS framework - Brief intro to React hooks - Effects in React hooks - Brief intro to TypeScript We will then get into the story of the migration: - How was it decided what parts of Application to start changing - Living side by side with Flight - Introducing typescript with React - Side effects on these introductions: clean up of states, type safety, re-organization of components, passing around less information and better UI patterns.
Pratik Shah, senior software consultant at Techzaion
Persisting data across systemsWe have a react-redux app. 1. First will discuss data persisting issue with Redux. On refersh redux loses all data 2. Explain how we can solve this using redux-persist 3. Issue with redux-persist: currently it supports browser cache 4. Next how we can store cache on backend and can access it from different machine
Dhiraj Shrotri, fullstack developer at Cloudnaut Technologies
Decorating Vue with TypeScript decoratorsWhat are decorators and what’s so great about them? Decorators in Typescript A quick look at Decorator Factories Getting started with Typescript and Vue Using Typescript in your Vue apps Using Typescript Decorators to extend functionality of a Vue Component Introduction to the Vue Class Component and Vue Property Decorator libraries Writing custom decorators using the Vue Class Component Library