Reactivity is a programming model where the state of an application is determined by the user’s interactions with it. In JavaScript, this means that when a user interacts with a web page, the page updates itself automatically in response to the user’s actions. This allows for a more dynamic and interactive experience for the user, as they can see the effects of their changes right away. Reactivity also allows developers to create applications that respond quickly and efficiently to user input.
JSNation 2022JSNation 2022
20 min
SolidJS: Reactivity Unchained
Join Ryan Carniato, creator of SolidJS, as he shows off the fundamentals of this unique take on a JavaScript Framework. This session will reflect on the challenges of modern web development that motivated Solid's creation. By retracing his steps from simple beginnings to a full-fledged framework, Ryan will showcase how reactive primitives are the only building blocks you need.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
24 min
5 Years of Building React Table
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Join me as a I dive into the history of React Table and discuss everything it’s taught me (both successes and failures!) since I built the first component-based version 5 years ago. We’ll cover tons of sub-topics including, but not limited to: .... takes a breath ... Headless UI, React Hooks, Advanced TypeScript, Branding & Naming-Things, Build Pipelines, Open Source Software, API Design, React/JavaScript performance and even Framework Agnostic Tooling!
Vue.js London Live 2021Vue.js London Live 2021
22 min
Modern State Management with Vue 3
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The Vue 3 Reactivity and Composition API offers developers flexible techniques to work with reactive data. They enable a new and modern approach to handling State Management. Developers can now effortlessly implement local and global stores. Vuex has been one of the most used First-party plugins for Vue 2. Let's have a look at the advantages and tradeoffs of using Composables instead of Vuex.