Congratulations, you made a todo list! Now you're trying to write your next greenfield project in react+redux, but it seems the instant you step up a level in complexity the resources and advice are few and far between. You could succumb to JS fatigue and throw the whole thing out on your way to a life of farming in Kansas, or you could learn from my mistakes and (occasional) successes. Together we'll look at how React and Redux scale not just in terms of quantitative performance, but in terms of architecture and team participation.

You should expect to learn a deeper understanding of idiomatic Redux, tips for manageable and efficient store structures, organizing your domain model, React patterns and anti-patterns, efficient and predictable builds, pain free deployments and easy rollouts, and even some Hot Takes™ on when to focus on which improvements and which "common knowledge" rules are meant to be broken. Attendees with basic working knowledge of React+Redux will get the most out of this talk, however anyone interested in maintainably scaling a single-page-app out to multiple developers should still find ideas worth considering.

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Rated 5

Philip at 13:04 on 4 May 2019

great talk that gives you a good foundation on what to do and what to avoid. packed in a lot of good info in a short time

Daniel Cousineau (Speaker) at 13:11 on 4 May 2019

Thanks to everyone who came, I've uploaded my slides at the link above in Joind.in!

Rated 4

Daniel Kadosh at 13:17 on 4 May 2019

Quite rushed given the short meeting time. Daniel is a great speaker, very knowledgeable, and gave excellent insights and recommendations.

Rated 5

Roy Hughes at 14:37 on 4 May 2019

Nice coverage on latest recommendations on React development (I am a React developer in my organization, in addition to PHP)

Great speaker, very knowledgeable about React. He managed to cover React at a higher level while still explaining it well to noobs.

Rated 5

Lawrence Shea at 16:03 on 4 May 2019

great talk! I was one of the two circles people :D