React meetup videos from October, 2020

October wasn’t exactly a busy month in terms of React-related meetup videos. However, we have three outstanding presentations for you to watch.

The Distributed Compute Protocol – Wesley Garland & Daniel Desjardins | Developing desktop apps with React & Electron – Radoslav Stankov

In this outstanding double from React Vancouver, you can actually watch two different talks. First up: “The Distributed Compute Protocol” by Wesley Garland & Dr. Daniel Desjardins, CEO & CTO @ Distributed Computer. Learn about unleashing technological and scientific breakthroughs by making massive computing power abundant and accessible for all.

And for the second half, enter Radoslav Stankov, Head of Engineering @ Product Hunt! His presentation’s title is “Developing desktop apps with React & Electron” where you can broaden your knowledge about electron app architecture and solutions to common problems.

Building Pieces, Assembling Applications | Michael Labriola

Choices when it’s time to split your application into pieces (and how to bring it back together just in time to defeat your enemies). Most React devs are using out-of-the-box configuration for webpack or basic bundling that can be found repeated on many blogs and help docs. Very few are taking advantage of the code splitting and lazy-loading capabilities that can make an app load more quickly and seem more performant to an end-user. This session will go through the available options, the trade-offs and provide insight from hard-earned knowledge on what works and how to move forward.

Michael Labriola is a founding partner and principal consultant at Digital Primates where he advises clients on building and modernizing some of the most interacted with apps on the planet. Since 1995, he’s been a leading force for rich client experience technology. Michael is an international conference speaker on enterprise application development topics with a special concentration in the appropriate use of JavaScript and React in complex applications.

How I Built a Product In 3 Days – Anthony Morris | Using Hooks to Enable Cross Platform – Eric Kim

Talk 1: “How I Built a Product In 3 Days” Thanks to RedwoodJS! I’d like to share the benefits of RedwoodJS and the JAM Stack with the community. — Anthony Morris

Talk 2: “Using Hooks to Enable Cross Platform” Stepping stone towards the end game. — Eric Kim, Founder of Foodly and Organizer @ ReactVancouver

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