Daishi Kato

Daishi Kato

React library author, maintaining three state management libraries, Zustand, Jotai, Valtio, and React Server Components framework, Waku. More links: https://daishikato.com
Introducing Waku: The Minimal React Framework
React Summit 2024React Summit 2024
Jun 18, 15:15
Introducing Waku: The Minimal React Framework
Waku is an ongoing project aimed at developing a React framework with first-class support for React Server Components. In this talk, I will provide an overview of Waku and walk you through how you can start developing a new project using Waku.
Exploring React Server Component Fundamentals
React Day Berlin 2023React Day Berlin 2023
21 min
Exploring React Server Component Fundamentals
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I've been developing a minimalistic framework for React Server Components (RSC). This talk will share my journey to deeply understand RSC from a technical perspective. I'll demonstrate how RSC features operate at a low level and provide insights into what RSC offers at its core. By the end, you should have a stronger mental model of React Server Components fundamentals.
Development History of Zustand
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
19 min
Development History of Zustand
In this talk, I will talk about how I joined the development of Zustand. It started with another library of mine, which is similar to Zustand. My involvement was from Zustand v3 and it's currently v4. Philosophy of Zustand is being small, and we improve it with keeping the philosophy. Finally, we compare Zustand with Jotai, which is another state management library that I develop.
Jotai Atoms Are Just Functions
React Day Berlin 2022React Day Berlin 2022
22 min
Jotai Atoms Are Just Functions
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Jotai is a state management library. We have been developing it primarily for React, but it's conceptually not tied to React. It this talk, we will see how Jotai atoms work and learn about the mental model we should have. Atoms are framework-agnostic abstraction to represent states, and they are basically just functions. Understanding the atom abstraction will help designing and implementing states in your applications with Jotai