Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged react

Fundamentals of React + Redux Workshop

Bring your laptop to this all-day React workshop! Topics will include: Build Tools, React Basics, Redux, Routing, Forms and Validation, Custom Components

Together, through a series of short lessons and code-heavy labs, we will build a running application with React and Redux. You will leave with a working understanding of how to use React in your own applications, as well as working code to leverage as a helpful future resource.

This one day workshop is led by Object Partners consultants that have been building JavaScript applications for a number of years and love working with the latest and greatest front-end frameworks like React, Redux, ES6, and Webpack to deliver solutions for clients across many industries here in the midwest and beyond.

Speakers

Scott Bock

Scott Bock

Senior Software Consultant, Object Partners
Derek Eskens

Derek Eskens

Senior Consultant, Object Partners
Mike Hostetler

Mike Hostetler

Principal Consultant, Object Partners, Inc
Sean Lomax

Sean Lomax

Senior Consultant, Object Partners, Inc
Jeff Sheets

Jeff Sheets

Director of Technology, Object Partners

React+Redux Live Code: Two Player Board Game

React is a powerful rendering tool capable of quickly producing complex user interfaces. To demonstrate that, we will have a bit of fun by creating a configurable 2-player game of “N in a Row” using React and Redux. The goal of the talk will be to demonstrate React’s speed and ease of use, but also to provide exposure to all the basic building blocks of a typical React application at a small scale.

The starting boilerplate will be available online, and attendees are encouraged to follow along!

Speaker

Justin Perinovic

Justin Perinovic

Principal Technologist, Object Partners, Inc.

Why you should use React Native for your next mobile app

Whether you’re a seasoned React.js developer or not, this talk will show how React Native should be a serious contender for writing your next mobile application.

Starting with a basic overview of its tools and ecosystem we will discuss the awesomely well designed development experience of React Native (NO constant recompiling, Chrome-like dev tools, LIVE RELOADING!!!). We will the show how simple it is to get started by reusing components from your React web apps before finally exploring how companies optimize React to scale for large applications.

Speaker

Gwendolyn Faraday

Gwendolyn Faraday

Developer, Consultant, Ion Three

React and Your .NET Core MVC App

Developing React applications usually mean developing a back end with .NET Core or NodeJS, and then a separate “plain-old” React app. This is great for applications with a “back-end” team and a “front-end” team. But in a LOT of situations, there’s only one team building the application and create a single code base with good separation between the front end and back end can be complicated. I will show you how to take the generated MVC application and integrate React with it in a way that keeps the layers separated, but easily deployable as a single app!

Speaker

Lee Brandt

Lee Brandt

Developer Evangelist, Okta

Using Webpack to Streamline Modern Web Application Packaging and Deployment

This session will demonstrate how the new WebPack module bundler (https://webpack.github.io/) offers a great solution for bundling modern web content and serving up efficiently from the server.

We will demonstrate how to get started with WebPack within the context of a modern web application and how to configure it efficiently to bundle and serve any content you need efficiently and “on demand”. This allows developers to efficiently organize their content together and easily have it sent to the server as needed by a particular area of the application.

We will demonstrate how to configure Visual Studio to efficiently work with WebPack and discuss best practices for utilizing it with modern frameworks such as Angular2 or React. Attendees will also be pointed at a number of great resources to help them better understand and utilize WebPack in their own projects.

Speaker

Kevin Grossnicklaus

Kevin Grossnicklaus

President, ArchitectNow

Angular vs. React: A live demonstration, comparison, and discussion

Are you thinking of bending to peer pressure and diving head-first into learning Angular? Are your "other" friends telling you React is the framework you should choose?

This session will provide developers with a quick introduction to both React and Angular 2. We will provide a demonstration of a basic application written in both frameworks. This will give attendees a great, side-by-side comparison to see similar concepts implemented in both. Both application will support a similar build/development process and will utilize TypeScript as the implementation language.

Finally we will share information on what type of tools support you can expect with either framework, what their respective communities look like, and what the impact of choosing either one might be.

Just a warning to the curious...you may not find as many differences between these frameworks as you think.

Speaker

Kevin Grossnicklaus

Kevin Grossnicklaus

President, ArchitectNow