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Fullstack is a term used to describe a developer who is knowledgeable in every layer of web development. This includes the front-end (client side) code such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as the back-end (server side) code such as databases, server-side languages, and APIs. A fullstack developer can develop entire web applications from start to finish, including database design, user interface design, and coding.
Remix Conf Europe 2022Remix Conf Europe 2022
37 min
Full Stack Components
Remix is a web framework that gives you the simple mental model of a Multi-Page App (MPA) but the power and capabilities of a Single-Page App (SPA). One of the big challenges of SPAs is network management resulting in a great deal of indirection and buggy code. This is especially noticeable in application state which Remix completely eliminates, but it's also an issue in individual components that communicate with a single-purpose backend endpoint (like a combobox search for example).
In this talk, Kent will demonstrate how Remix enables you to build complex UI components that are connected to a backend in the simplest and most powerful way you've ever seen. Leaving you time to chill with your family or whatever else you do for fun.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
43 min
RedwoodJS: The Full-Stack React App Framework of Your Dreams
Tired of rebuilding your React-based web framework from scratch for every new project? You're in luck! RedwoodJS is a full-stack web application framework (think Rails but for JS/TS devs) based on React, Apollo GraphQL, and Prisma 2. We do the heavy integration work so you don't have to. We also beautifully integrate Jest and Storybook, and offer built-in solutions for declarative data fetching, authentication, pre-rendering, logging, a11y, and tons more. Deploy to Netlify, Vercel, or go oldschool on AWS or bare metal. In this talk you'll learn about the RedwoodJS architecture, see core features in action, and walk away with a sense of wonder and awe in your heart.
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
12 min
Canaries in the CloudFront
* intro to DB application architecture (gateway + backend, multi-module react app + component library, etc)
* Deep dive into CI/CD pipeline to do component library build + publish, app deploys pre canary (branch, dev, staging, prod), Lambda@Edge role
* Side  note - multi module applications, enabling the right level of modularity, and B2B SaaS vs B2C
* First canary problem - run full FE regression against stable (release candidate) backend early and often - before FE release candidates are cut
* Second canary problem - run pointed FE regression even earlier - before MRs are even merged
* Third canary question - what does this look like in production? Once again, B2B SaaS vs B2C
* End result - Canaries in the CloudFront! 
Remix Conf Europe 2022Remix Conf Europe 2022
22 min
Remixing Your Stack in a Monorepo Workspace
Remix entered the stage with a unique and refreshing take on how to develop on the web. But how do you integrate it into your existing ecosystem of applications? Do you want to test-drive Remix on a small project, or do you want to go full-in, but it is tricky to do a big-bang migration from your existing React app? In this talk, we're going to explore how a monorepo-based code organization can help integrate Remix with your existing React and TypeScript infrastructure, facilitating high code reuse and a migration path to Remix.
Remix Conf Europe 2022Remix Conf Europe 2022
22 min
How Remix and Prisma Make Frontend Devs Fullstack
Remix gives developers the power to write their frontend and backend code in one unified location and language, which drops the fullstack barrier significantly for frontend devs and newer developers. The remaining piece, however, is the database. Throw Prisma into the mix and you've got a powerful fullstack experience with a very low learning curve. In this talk, we'll take a look at the amazing developer experience you get when you combine the two.
Remix Conf Europe 2022Remix Conf Europe 2022
23 min
Remix Architecture Patterns
Remix provides amazing flexibility and can be deployed anywhere where JavaScript is running. But how does Remix fit into the bigger application landscape of an organization? Remix provides great utility, but how to best take advantage of it? What things should be handled inside of Remix, and what things are better off done elsewhere? Should we use the express adapter to add a WebSocket server or should that be a standalone microservice? How will enterprise organizations integrate Remix into their current stacks? Let’s talk architecture patterns! In this talk, I want to share my thoughts about how to best integrate Remix into a greater (enterprise) stack.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
9 min
Killing Bugs With Kindness
In this talk, we will take a novel and original look into some of the unexpected behaviors in a React codebase and the anti-patterns that cause them. We discovered them while building a new full-stack web development framework on top of React.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
9 min
Building full-stack applications on the Edge
Scaling and maintaining applications can be a pain, especially when thinking of how to build to get the user experience to a level that you are proud of. With all these shifting parts to consider, it is important to abstract parts of your applications to global reliable services. In this talk, we will discuss some of the services that Cloudflare provides, and the role they play in improving the overall developer and user experience.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
22 min
A Frontend Developer’s Guide to Web3
There is a lot of hype and interest around diving into the Web3 space, and it can be hard to manage the information overload and the emphasis on learning new languages to work on smart contracts. Many developers in the frontend space ask, “How much of this new information do I need to transition into web3?” The truth is as a React developer, the skills I know are essential in web3. Let’s add some context around how to leverage those existing skills to succeed in this new space.
In this talk, we’re going to explore how to build the correct context and the technologies to understand to help you dive into web3 as a front-end developer. We’ll go over popular packages like Ethers, which can be used in React applications to interact with wallets and existing smart contracts. We will also explore how you can leverage your Javascript skills to build full-stack dApps using managed services like Moralis and Thirdweb.
Let’s demystify some of the concepts in web3 and leverage our existing skills to start building.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
25 min
Full-stack JS today: Fastify, GraphQL and React
First there was LAMP, then there was MEAN and JAM. But now it’s 2022 and times have changed… What does the modern full stack look like? It’s built entirely from free and open source technologies, it’s scalable beyond imagination, it can run on premise or in the cloud, it should get out of the way and not lead to vendor lock-in, and most importantly it should “just work.” There are so many tools to choose from. Choosing the right stack from day one can be the difference from project success to smoldering pile of software ashes. Using fastify, mercurius, urql, and react we can build high performance full-stack applications using all javascript technologies.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
32 min
Design-Driven Full-stack: an End-to-End Dev Workflow that Scales
I’m going to show you something you haven’t seen before — a simple, integrated workflow made possible by React, RedwoodJS, and Storybook. We’ll start from scratch, generate code for components, design and mock state, then finish with a secure API and CRUD UI.
Sounds hard? It was. But not anymore! 🤯
You’ll learn how to bridge existing development gaps between stateful designs, data fetching, and your API using Redwood Cell components — a one-stop-React-shop for fetch, state, mocks, and design. Teams can move faster. Solo devs can iterate more quickly. And there are secondary benefits from documentation to security to accessibility, which add up to improving long-term maintainability at scale.
Get ready to be inspired by what you’ll be able to build!
Node Congress 2022Node Congress 2022
32 min
A Glimpse Into the Future of Fullstack Development with Blitz.js
Blitz was created as a fullstack React framework, inspired Ru on Rails, and with a goal to make you as productive as possible! It features a ""Zero-API"" data layer abstraction, has authn
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authz out of the box and a few more exciting features. However, we recently decided to pivot Blitz to a framework agnostic toolkit, which means a huge and thrilling change for the Blitz community. During this talk, I will introduce the core concepts, talk about the why
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how of the pivot, and give you a glimpse of Blitz's future.
You can check the slides for Aleksandra's talk
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GraphQL Galaxy 2021GraphQL Galaxy 2021
8 min
When (Not) To Create A GraphQL Server
Every (frontend) developer is asking for a GraphQL API but often lacks the backend knowledge to create a performant server. There are many different flavors in creating the perfect GraphQL server, ranging from schema-first to code-first or even auto generated solutions. Let me show you the pros and cons of each solution so, after this talk, you'll know which solution would best fit your team.


Vue.js London Live 2021Vue.js London Live 2021
19 min
Vue Storefront + Vendure = Fullstack Open Source Ecommerce
Building an online store these days is not an easy task. With so many competitors Time to Market is the key to success. That's why we decided to build an integration between Vue Storefront- Lightning-Fast Frontend Platform for Headless Commerce, and Vendure - modern, headless GraphQL-based e-commerce framework. Both tools are built using modern JavaScript stack (Nuxt.js and Nest.js) and have several out of the box integrations like search engines, CMS's, payments, and so on. Also, both projects have a huge community of Open Source contributors who support the development process. In this presentation, I will show you how fast you can create your store with VSF and Vendure.


JSNation Live 2020JSNation Live 2020
27 min
Transforming GraphQL – Infrastructure as Code for Front End Developers
In this talk I’ll show how we can use a combination of GraphQL SDL along with a new DSL (GraphQL Transform) created the Amplify team to build out a full stack cloud application directly from your GraphQL schema. Using this GraphQL DSL, we’ll walk through how to model a Database, authorization rules, relationships, and custom access patterns. We’ll look at how to rapidly prototype an example application, and view some demos including a voting app capable of handling over 100,000 operations per second.


React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
34 min
The Dawning of a New Age for Fullstack React
New fullstack frameworks like Blitz.js and RedwoodJS are ushering us into a new era for fullstack development. They are mixing old concepts and ideas with cutting edge technologies to make fullstack developers more productive than ever. Watch this talk to go on a journey through time and get excited about what lies ahead.