React Rally 2017 Takeaways
Some short, one-liners on take-aways from each of these great talks.
- mjackson - unpkg is a cdn capable of serving modules natively in the browser, so include a “module” attribute in your package.json
- sxywu - there is no best approach to d3 in react so far, which is ok, as long as you just make more viz
- devonbl - hardware is hard, but try the Raspberry Pi, Johnny-Five, pm532 for NFC, and react-hardware, and you’ll be on the right track
- chantastic - the simplicity of react is why you love it
- linclark - WebAssembly’s great, obvious, future application in React would be to write the reconciler in it
- benmvp - react 16 has some great new features
- bonniemilianb - getting into deep learning can be fun, so try google facial recognition api
- necolas - react-native-web has the potential to allow truly cross-platform component authoring through primitive components
- ipancreas - use tech in good ways, not being constrained by public perception (eg, webcams/webgazer.js)
- zackargyle - don’t write your own service worker, but use offline-plugin, sw-precache, workbox, or service-workers
- iam_preethi - we were all beginners once, so remember those feelings, have empathy, and help beginners
- czaplic - asking if React or Elm is better is not the best question because they both contain great ideas
- left_pad - get involved in OSS, where we’re just people that need others’ help
- sugargreenbean - enterprise software means those that are persistent, fast, usable
- thelarkinn- understanding webpack and its series of plugins will allow you to be able to contribute
- cmatheson - batch load queries in graphql
- daajust - setState has to be async in react
- davidkpiano - Declaring ui as state machines be cleaner
- carakuei - postMessage can allow incisive migrations from legacy to new systems.
- mxstbr - when you make something, ask yourself if it could be open source.
The Conference was a blast, as usual. Another stellar line up of speakers. Well-balanced schedule. Nice venue that worked well. No snafus. No awkward q&as. Nice people. Warm crowd. Lots and lots of great content. Thanks, Jamison and Matt, for the epic conference!