June 2 - 6, 2023
React Summit
Amsterdam & Online
React Summit 2023

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0 to Auth in an hour with ReactJS
May 15, 15:00
0 to Auth in an hour with ReactJS
Workshop Free
Kevin Gao
Kevin Gao
Passwordless authentication may seem complex, but it is simple to add it to any app using the right tool. There are multiple alternatives that are much better than passwords to identify and authenticate your users - including SSO, SAML, OAuth, Magic Links, One-Time Passwords, and Authenticator Apps.
While addressing security aspects and avoiding common pitfalls, we will enhance a full-stack JS application (Node.js backend + React frontend) to authenticate users with OAuth (social login) and One Time Passwords (email), including:
- User authentication - Managing user interactions, returning session / refresh JWTs
- Session management and validation - Storing the session securely for subsequent client requests, validating / refreshing sessions
- Basic Authorization - extracting and validating claims from the session token JWT and handling authorization in backend flows
At the end of the workshop, we will also touch other approaches of authentication implementation with Descope - using frontend or backend SDKs.
Localizing Your Remix Website
May 16, 14:00
Localizing Your Remix Website
Workshop Free
Harshil Agrawal
Harshil Agrawal
Localized content helps you connect with your audience in their preferred language. It not only helps you grow your business but helps your audience understand your offerings better. In this workshop, you will get an introduction to localization and will learn how to implement localization to your Contentful-powered Remix website.
Table of contents:
- Introduction to Localization
- Introduction to Contentful
- Localization in Contentful
- Introduction to Remix
- Setting up a new Remix project
- Rendering content on the website
- Implementing Localization in Remix Website
- Recap
- Next Steps
React at Scale with Nx
May 17, 14:00
React at Scale with Nx
Workshop Free
Isaac Mann
Isaac Mann
We're going to be using Nx and some its plugins to accelerate the development of this app.
Some of the things you'll learn:
- Generating a pristine Nx workspace
- Generating frontend React apps and backend APIs inside your workspace, with pre-configured proxies
- Creating shared libs for re-using code
- Generating new routed components with all the routes pre-configured by Nx and ready to go
- How to organize code in a monorepo
- Easily move libs around your folder structure
- Creating Storybook stories and e2e Cypress tests for your components
Table of contents: 
- Lab 1 - Generate an empty workspace
- Lab 2 - Generate a React app
- Lab 3 - Executors
- Lab 3.1 - Migrations
- Lab 4 - Generate a component lib
- Lab 5 - Generate a utility lib
- Lab 6 - Generate a route lib
- Lab 7 - Add an Express API
- Lab 8 - Displaying a full game in the routed game-detail component
- Lab 9 - Generate a type lib that the API and frontend can share
- Lab 10 - Generate Storybook stories for the shared ui component
- Lab 11 - E2E test the shared component
Create a Visually Editable Next.js Website Using React Bricks, With Blog and E-commerce
May 18, 14:00
Create a Visually Editable Next.js Website Using React Bricks, With Blog and E-commerce
Workshop Free
Matteo Frana
Matteo Frana
- React Bricks: why we built it, what it is and how it works
- Create a free account
- Create a new project with Next.js and Tailwind
- Explore the directory structure
- Anatomy of a Brick
- Create a new Brick (Text-Image)
- Add a title and description with RichText visual editing
- Add an Image with visual editing
- Add Sidebar controls to edit props (padding and image side)
- Nesting Bricks using the Repeater component
- Create an Image gallery brick
- Publish on Netlify or Vercel
- Page Types and Custom fields
- Access Page meta values
- Internationalization
- How to reuse content across pages: Stories and Embeds
- How to create an E-commerce with Products’ data from an external database and landing pages created visually in React Bricks
- Advanced enterprise features: flexible permissions, locked structure, custom visual components
Crash Course Into Astro, Kontent.ai and Portable Text
May 22, 14:00
Crash Course Into Astro, Kontent.ai and Portable Text
Workshop Free
Ondrej Polesny
Ondrej Polesny
During this crash course, we’ll create a new project in the headless CMS, create the content model and data using the Kontent.ai CLI. Then, we’ll use the content to build an Astro website including front-end components and rich text resolution using Portable Text.
This will be hands-on workshop, you’ll need VS Code, Git, NPM and basic knowledge of JavaScript. Don’t worry, I will explain all the steps as we advance through the workshop and you will be able to directly ask any questions.
Deploying React Native Apps in the Cloud
May 23, 15:00
Deploying React Native Apps in the Cloud
Workshop Free
Cecelia Martinez
Cecelia Martinez
Deploying React Native apps manually on a local machine can be complex. The differences between Android and iOS require developers to use specific tools and processes for each platform, including hardware requirements for iOS. Manual deployments also make it difficult to manage signing credentials, environment configurations, track releases, and to collaborate as a team.
Appflow is the cloud mobile DevOps platform built by Ionic. Using a service like Appflow to build React Native apps not only provides access to powerful computing resources, it can simplify the deployment process by providing a centralized environment for managing and distributing your app to multiple platforms. This can save time and resources, enable collaboration, as well as improve the overall reliability and scalability of an app.
In this workshop, you’ll deploy a React Native application for delivery to Android and iOS test devices using Appflow. You’ll also learn the steps for publishing to Google Play and Apple App Stores. No previous experience with deploying native applications is required, and you’ll come away with a deeper understanding of the mobile deployment process and best practices for how to use a cloud mobile DevOps platform to ship quickly at scale.
Build a Data-Rich Beautiful Dashboard With MUI X's Data Grid and Joy UI
May 24, 14:00
Build a Data-Rich Beautiful Dashboard With MUI X's Data Grid and Joy UI
Workshop Free
Sam Sycamore
Siriwat (Jun) Kunaporn
2 authors
Learn how to put MUI’s complete ecosystem to use to build a beautiful and sophisticated project management dashboard in a fraction of the time that it would take to construct it from scratch. In particular, we’ll see how to integrate the MUI X Data Grid with Joy UI, our newest component library and sibling to the industry-standard Material UI.
Table of contents:
- Introducing our project and tools
- App setup and package installation
- Constructing the dashboard
- Prototyping, styling, and themes - Joy UI features
- Filtering, sorting, editing - Data Grid features
- Conclusion, final thoughts, Q
&
A
Building Blazing-Fast Websites with Next.js and Sanity.io
May 25, 15:00
Building Blazing-Fast Websites with Next.js and Sanity.io
Workshop Free
Nancy Du
Nataliya Ioffe
2 authors
Join us for a hands-on workshop where we'll show you how to level up your React skills to build a high-performance headless website using Next.js, Sanity, and the JAMstack architecture. No prior knowledge of Next.js or Sanity is required, making this workshop ideal for anyone familiar with React who wants to learn more about building dynamic, responsive websites.
In this workshop, we'll explore how Next.js, a React-based framework, can be used to build a static website with server-side rendering and dynamic routing. You'll learn how to use Sanity as a headless CMS to manage your website’s content, create custom page templates with Next.js, use APIs to integrate with the CMS, and deploy your website to production with Vercel.
By the end of this workshop, you will have a solid understanding of how Next.js and Sanity.io can be used together to create a high-performance, scalable, and flexible website.
From Idea to Production: React Development with a Visual Twist
May 29, 14:00
From Idea to Production: React Development with a Visual Twist
Workshop Free
Omer Kenet
Omer Kenet
Join us for a 3-hour workshop that dives into the world of creative React development using Codux. Participants will explore how a visually-driven approach can unlock creativity, streamline workflows, and enhance their development velocity. Dive into the features that make Codux a game-changer for React developers. The session will include hands-on exercises that demonstrate the power of real-time rendering, visual code manipulation, and component isolation all in your source code.
Table of the contents: 
- Download
&
Setup: Getting Codux Ready for the Workshop
- Project Picker: Cloning and Installing a Demo Project
- Introduction to Codux Core Concepts and Its UI
- Exercise 1: Finding our Feet
- Break
- Exercise 2: Making Changes While Staying Effective
- Exercise 3: Reusability and Edge Case Validation
- Summary, Wrap-Up, and Q
&
A
Back to the Roots With Remix
Jun 13, 14:00
Back to the Roots With Remix
Workshop
Alex Korzhikov
Pavlik Kiselev
2 authors
The modern web would be different without rich client-side applications supported by powerful frameworks: React, Angular, Vue, Lit, and many others. These frameworks rely on client-side JavaScript, which is their core. However, there are other approaches to rendering. One of them (quite old, by the way) is server-side rendering entirely without JavaScript. Let's find out if this is a good idea and how Remix can help us with it?
Prerequisites
- Good understanding of JavaScript or TypeScript
- It would help to have experience with React, Redux, Node.js and writing FrontEnd and BackEnd applications
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Preinstall Node.js, npm
- We prefer to use VSCode, but also cloud IDEs such as
codesandbox
(other IDEs are also ok)
Designing Effective Tests With React Testing Library
Jun 14, 14:00
Designing Effective Tests With React Testing Library
Workshop
Josh Justice
Josh Justice
React Testing Library is a great framework for React component tests because there are a lot of questions it answers for you, so you don’t need to worry about those questions. But that doesn’t mean testing is easy. There are still a lot of questions you have to figure out for yourself: How many component tests should you write vs end-to-end tests or lower-level unit tests? How can you test a certain line of code that is tricky to test? And what in the world are you supposed to do about that persistent act() warning?
In this three-hour workshop we’ll introduce React Testing Library along with a mental model for how to think about designing your component tests. This mental model will help you see how to test each bit of logic, whether or not to mock dependencies, and will help improve the design of your components. You’ll walk away with the tools, techniques, and principles you need to implement low-cost, high-value component tests.
Table of contents
- The different kinds of React application tests, and where component tests fit in
- A mental model for thinking about the inputs and outputs of the components you test
- Options for selecting DOM elements to verify and interact with them
- The value of mocks and why they shouldn’t be avoided
- The challenges with asynchrony in RTL tests and how to handle them
Prerequisites
- Familiarity with building applications with React
- Basic experience writing automated tests with Jest or another unit testing framework
- You do not need any experience with React Testing Library
- Machine setup: Node LTS, Yarn
React Performance Debugging Masterclass
Jun 19, 14:00
React Performance Debugging Masterclass
Workshop
Ivan Akulov
Ivan Akulov
Ivan’s first attempts at performance debugging were chaotic. He would see a slow interaction, try a random optimization, see that it didn't help, and keep trying other optimizations until he found the right one (or gave up).
Back then, Ivan didn’t know how to use performance devtools well. He would do a recording in Chrome DevTools or React Profiler, poke around it, try clicking random things, and then close it in frustration a few minutes later. Now, Ivan knows exactly where and what to look for. And in this workshop, Ivan will teach you that too.
Here’s how this is going to work. We’ll take a slow app → debug it (using tools like Chrome DevTools, React Profiler, and why-did-you-render) → pinpoint the bottleneck → and then repeat, several times more. We won’t talk about the solutions (in 90% of the cases, it’s just the ol’ regular useMemo() or memo()). But we’ll talk about everything that comes before – and learn how to analyze any React performance problem, step by step.
(Note: This workshop is best suited for engineers who are already familiar with how useMemo() and memo() work – but want to get better at using the performance tools around React. Also, we’ll be covering interaction performance, not load speed, so you won’t hear a word about Lighthouse 🤐)
Web Accessibility for Ninjas: A Practical Approach for Creating Accessible Web Applications
Jun 20, 14:00
Web Accessibility for Ninjas: A Practical Approach for Creating Accessible Web Applications
Workshop
Asaf Shochet Avida
Eitan Noy
2 authors
In this hands-on workshop, we’ll equip you with the tools and techniques you need to create accessible web applications. We’ll explore the principles of inclusive design and learn how to test our websites using assistive technology to ensure that they work for everyone.
We’ll cover topics such as semantic markup, ARIA roles, accessible forms, and navigation, and then dive into coding exercises where you’ll get to apply what you’ve learned. We’ll use automated testing tools to validate our work and ensure that we meet accessibility standards.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills to create accessible websites that work for everyone, and you’ll have hands-on experience using the latest techniques and tools for inclusive design and testing. Join us for this awesome coding workshop and become a ninja in web accessibility and inclusive design!