Behavioral programming simplifies the task of dealing with underspecification and conflicting requirements by enabling the addition of software modules that can not only add to but also modify existing behaviors.
In this talk I will describe how Behavioral Programming concepts can be applied to React. Specifically, I will showcase real-world examples and demonstrate how programming using this new paradigm can alleviate some of the issues that arise when programming with large teams. Moreover I will present a library that can be used to program what I call "behavioral components" using this new idiom.


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Jiayi Hu at 16:13 on 5 Oct 2018

Nice to experiment with different styles of programming and I appreciated Luca's effort to explain how it works and both pros/cons

Flavio Maccarrone at 06:50 on 8 Oct 2018

Another one great talk!!! Maybe a big surprise for the most... very very good!!!

Luca Fabbri at 18:18 on 9 Oct 2018

This has been a really new approach to React programming, I this function generator approach mind-blowing.

This was a 5/5 talk (probably the best of the conference), but on the other hand I don't liked (or probably didn't understand) that much the Behavioral Programming introduction, I found slides someway confusing.

This was probably the biggest surprise! A very good introduction to a very novel topic

Stefano Magni at 08:16 on 16 Oct 2018

The subject was hard but the talk was interesting :)