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React.js Conf 2016 [videos] (youtube.com)
52 points by firasd on Feb 26, 2016 | hide | past | web | favorite | 8 comments



I tried submitting a reddit thread (https://www.reddit.com/r/reactjs/comments/474odi/what_about_...), but it didn't get much traction... I think because the videos got pulled. I hope you guys don't mind if I ask this question here, and I apologize if I'm being naive in some way:

Aditya Punjani's later Flipkart talk (https://youtu.be/m2tvYGCdOzs) mentioned the importance of mobile web apps and 60 FPS.

Ben Alpert's talk mentioned (https://youtu.be/-RJf2jYzs8A?t=1378) "React Native for the web" would be awesome.

There was even a lightning talk on react-native-web which attempts to do this using the traditional DOM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBg2_uQE4KM)

Whatever happened to Flipboard's React Canvas (http://engineering.flipboard.com/2015/02/mobile-web/ and https://github.com/Flipboard/react-canvas) being a solution to these problems? There's pretty good browser availability and although there's currently no perfect solutions for things like accessibility, SEO, or server-side rendering... I failed to se a real "nail in the coffin". Did it just never gather enough momentum?


I'm not very familiar with this topic but you may find yesterday's Mozilla Webrender discussion interesting: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11175258


Thanks!


Lots of good talks to explore. The most entertaining one was Jamison Dance's talk on Elm. He's a good speaker and is funny

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txxKx_I39a8&index=31&list=PL...


My favourite talk was only 5 minutes long and came from Elie Rotenberg[0]. He demonstrated how React can be used to completely obfuscate the DOM tree.

In practice it seems somewhat malicious to do this, however there may be some legitimate use cases too.

[0] https://youtu.be/n63XXHY4A7I


I'm watching Nick Schrock's keynote video and at 5:15 he says someone made this stained-glass window: http://i.imgur.com/tBx7zku.png


Kind of a sidetrack, but I've always wondered, why more of these types of artistic creations aren't done with sugar... I mean, you'd have to seal it to prevent moisture/deterioration, but it feels like it would be more easily expressed in that medium.

In any case, it's a cool piece of art.


For those who don't have the time to watch all the videos, here's are the github links to the most interesting projects from Day 2:

NavigationExperimental: new multi-tab-aware navigation component https://github.com/facebook/react-native/tree/master/Librari... cf. previous work on in-app "paths"by TaskRabbit http://tech.taskrabbit.com/blog/2015/09/21/react-native-exam...

Nuclide is an IDE for building react-native apps http://nuclide.io/docs/quick-start/getting-started/ source https://github.com/facebook/nuclide

Realm is a mobile database: an alternative to SQLite & key-value stores. Previously iOS and Java, now works with react native too https://github.com/realm/realm-js

Exponent lets you write apps in js w/o need for iOS/Android toolchain https://exponentjs.com/

Static site generator using React.js https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby

React Native for Web: A framework for building Native Web Apps https://github.com/necolas/react-native-web

The source code of wp-calypso, an example of a large React.js project: https://github.com/Automattic/wp-calypso/tree/master/client

enzyme's shallow-DOM testing utilities for React https://github.com/airbnb/enzyme#shallow-rendering

react-native-mock: a fully mocked and test-friendly version of react native https://github.com/lelandrichardson/react-native-mock

graphene: GraphQL framework for Python https://github.com/graphql-python/graphene and their hosted version http://resolver.cloud/




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