Hello React lovers! We have 2 amazing React talks for that evening, are you ready?
- 6:30 pm. Networking, food, and drinks
- 7pm. Talk: Modernizing Your React Codebase by Roy Derks - https://reactgraphql.academy/coaches/roy-derks/
- 7:30 pm. Talk: Advanced Testing in React by Alex Lobera - https://reactgraphql.academy/coaches/alex-lobera/)
- 8 pm - 9 pm. More networking and drinks
Modernizing Your React Codebase by Roy Derks - https://reactgraphql.academy/coaches/roy-derks/
With the introduction of React 16.3 and especially[masked] later this year, many new features were added to the stable React versions. These include features like Suspense for code-splitting and the already superstar Hooks. Let me show you how you can modernize your React codebase by implementing these new features!
Testing in React by Alex Lobera - https://reactgraphql.academy/coaches/alex-lobera/ :
Should we use react-testing-library or Enzyme? What about snapshot testing? What should be our code coverage? Those are questions we often hear when discussing testing. Those questions are easy to discuss but the answers won't necessarily make us write more reliable code. Many devs struggle to write tests 1) quickly and 2) that increase their degree of confidence.
Writing good code that is easy to test requires a good understanding of programming principles and how they apply to the libraries of choice. Discussing principles is harder than discussing tools. In this talk, we'll discuss the principles that will make developers increase their test confidence when building React apps.
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