Date for Desert Code Camp - 2016.1  Saturday, October 8, 2016 8:00:00 AM - Saturday, October 8, 2016 6:00:00 PM

Hello Universe: Building React Applications That Scale

Developing web applications is hard enough before people start using them, let alone after the bombardment of new feature requests and user experience improvements begins. But once it does, your development speed moving forward is significantly impacted by your architecture's ability to fulfill those requests.

In this session we'll go through a list of features that most real-world applications eventually need to support (like pagination, search, error handling and optimistic updates) and how to integrate support for those features into your React architecture early on, while also reducing boilerplate across the board.

We'll also talk about how to build an AJAX tier that simplifies server communication, while also protecting your application from breaking API changes and making it easier to migrate between API versions as your application evolves.

A basic understanding of React and Redux (or Flux) is recommended to get the most value from this session.

Track

Javascript/Node.js

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Presenters

Jason Hansen

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Room
IRN-124
Time
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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