The conference was a month ago. It went quite well. Every time I think about it - I get a big smile. ?
After that, I finally got how Sagas can be useful Rebecca Hill's Structuring Your App’s Story With Sagas and Selectors
Jan Monschke talked about Garbage Collection in Modern Web Applications
(slides). When we have redux stores, they often accumulate data, and we rarely clean them up. The solution to this problem is quite interesting, and it is something I often had thought about.
The following talk Designing with React - YouTube(slides) from Kristin Baumann, gave me great ideas how to bridge the gap between designers and developer and keep the consistency of an application. Having a single source of design style-guide truth which translates from Sketch to React and vice-versa.
Then, Vladimir Vladimirov talked about Rebuilding Product Hunt Mobile with React Native (slides). He told the story of how Product Hunt moved its mobile app to React.Native and how he structured the project (was also throwing a lot of kinder suprises ? to the audience ?).
The closing was unprepared and improvised.
I want to thank everybody who was part of the event from the speakers, partners to attendees. ?
p.s. Follow @ReactNotAConf for more updates, something cool is in the pipeline ?