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Advanced in the context of JavaScript means having a deep understanding of the language and its features. This includes being able to write complex code that makes use of advanced language features such as closures, prototypes, classes, and asynchronous programming. Advanced JavaScript developers are also capable of creating custom libraries and frameworks to extend the language’s capabilities. Additionally, they should be able to debug and optimize their code to ensure it runs efficiently.
React Advanced Conference 2023React Advanced Conference 2023
6 min
Implementation of Schedules and Timelines
Planby is a React based component for a quick implementation of Schedules, Timelines, Electronic Program Guide, Music/Sport events, Calendar Planner  and many more ideas.  It uses a custom virtual view which allows you to operate on a really big number of data. The component has a simple API that you can easily integrate with other third party UI libraries. The component theme is customised to the needs of the application design.
TypeScript Congress 2023TypeScript Congress 2023
10 min
Advanced linting rules with ESLint
This talk will explore more advanced ways to write static analysis rules in ESLint using ESLint's control flow APIs. I will quickly explain what a control flow graph is and how you can use it to find issues in your code. I will show you how to detect when a value is assigned to variable uselessly and other logical problems you can detect using this technique.
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
28 min
Advanced GraphQL Architectures: Serverless Event Sourcing and CQRS
GraphQL is a powerful and useful tool, especially popular among frontend developers. It can significantly speed up app development and improve application speed, API discoverability, and documentation. GraphQL is not an excellent fit for simple APIs only - it can power more advanced architectures. The separation between queries and mutations makes GraphQL perfect for event sourcing and Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS). By making your advanced GraphQL app serverless, you get a fully managed, cheap, and extremely powerful architecture.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
20 min
What Happens When You Build Your App
How do you start your app on your simulator in the morning? Do you always run react-native run-ios? If so, you might be wasting a lot of time. Let’s check out together what a React Native app looks like under the hood. It will help us to be more efficient on a daily basis. We’ll identify the shortest steps to execute daily actions, like starting our apps as fast as possible (no more unnecessary compilations of native modules!), or dealing with pesky red errors that metro throws at us.
React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
20 min
Advanced Patterns for API Management in Large-Scale React Applications
In this talk, you will discover how to manage async operations and request cancellation implementing a maintainable and scalable API layer and enhancing it with de-coupled cancellation logic. You will also learn how to handle different API states in a clean and flexible manner.
React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
28 min
We Don’t Know How React State Hooks Work
We use them all the time, and we think we know state hooks work (useState, useReducer). But under the hood, as expected, things are not what you imagine. This talk is about update queues, batching, eager and lazy updates, and some other cool things learned from looking at Hooks source code. It also contains practical takeaways that will help you better understand and debug your code.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
20 min
Inside Fiber: An Overview of React's Reconciliation Algorithm
With React 16.0, Facebook has released an update to the React core reconciliation algorithm which was named ""Fiber"". Fiber allows React to break the limits of the call stack and pause/start rendering work at will.
In this talk, we will explore why Fiber was necessary, cover some of the internal implementation details of Fiber, and see Fiber in action with React's experimental Concurrent Mode.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
7 min
We Don’t Know How React State Hooks Work
We use them all the time, and we think we know state hooks work (useState, useReducer). But under the hood, as expected, things are not what you imagine. This talk is about update queues, batching, eager and lazy updates, and some other cool things learned from looking at Hooks source code. It also contains practical takeaways that will help you better understand and debug your code.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
9 min
Road to a Better UX with Suspense and Concurrent UI
Put up your thinking caps with Suspense and Concurrent mode! In this talk, I would discuss how to improve the existing user experience with the magic of React’s Suspense and Concurrent mode for non-blocked rendering. The talk would highlight the best practices and guidelines for the same.