• 18:30 - Food and blah blah.
• 19:00 - Writing ClojureScript applications for Node.js
- Alexander Pittendrigh
• 19:30 - NextJS - The Serverside React Framework - Daniel Edwards
• 20:00 - More blah blah.
Writing ClojureScript applications for Node.js
Alexander Pittendrigh (@alexander_za)
I'm going to provide a brief overview of my journey to functional programming, and my rationale behind picking Clojure as my language of choice. I will briefly talk about my perceived advantages and disadvantages of using Clojure. I'll try to briefly and gently show core Clojure concepts, and then we'll implement a rudimentary event sourcing engine using Clojure. The engine will borrow heavily from Redux so that participants have a common ground from which to build their understanding of what we're doing. Lastly, we'll run it on Node!
NextJS - The Serverside React Framework
NextJS is a new a upcoming framework that puts a server-side rendering spin on ReactJS framework. While it is a powerful framework, it is not very well known. We have chosen to use NextJS as our primary front-end framework and we can definitely see the fruits of this choice such as better performance in terms of time to interactive among others. I will talk about why we have chosen NextJS, what projects we have used it in and show an analysis of the increased performance that the NextJS framework offers.
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