We’re ready for your Lightning Talks submissions – React Day Berlin – Medium

You still have a chance to join our speakers on stage:  #ReactJS

  • We’re ready for your Lightning Talks submissionsReact Day Berlin forecast: 🌩 A chance of snow and thunderous applauseReact developers sometimes have to deal with tough situations, but making small talk with your fellow geeks has never been one of them.
  • Do you have a project you’d like to discuss with / pitch to an audience but a full talk would be too much for now?
  • React Day Berlin is ready for you, anyway.📩 Submit your Lightning TalkAs always, all winning speakers will get to attend React Day Berlin for free.
  • We’ll pick 4 of all proposals that’ll make the most sense in our lineup.Local developers and React newbies are especially welcome to submit.
  • In case you need help figuring out and fine-tuning your talk, we’re here for you.Each talk is limited to 5–7 minutes without QA.All winning proposals will be published on our website and here on Medium and also promoted through our social channels.Talks are subject to the Berlin Code of Conduct….

React developers sometimes have to deal with tough situations, but making small talk with your fellow geeks has never been one of them. Well, there’s no need to discuss the weather when the scene is…
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We’re ready for your Lightning Talks submissions – React Day Berlin – Medium

We're ready for your 🌩 Lightning Talks submissions!  #ReactJS #ReactDayBerlin

  • We’re ready for your Lightning Talks submissionsReact Day Berlin forecast: 🌩 A chance of snow and thunderous applauseReact developers sometimes have to deal with tough situations, but making small talk with your fellow geeks has never been one of them.
  • Do you have a project you’d like to discuss with / pitch to an audience but a full talk would be too much for now?
  • React Day Berlin is ready for you, anyway.📩 Submit your Lightning TalkAs always, all winning speakers will get to attend React Day Berlin for free.
  • We’ll pick 4 of all proposals that’ll make the most sense in our lineup.Local developers and React newbies are especially welcome to submit.
  • In case you need help figuring out and fine-tuning your talk, we’re here for you.Each talk is limited to 5–7 minutes without QA.All winning proposals will be published on our website and here on Medium and also promoted through our social channels.Talks are subject to the Berlin Code of Conduct….

React developers sometimes have to deal with tough situations, but making small talk with your fellow geeks has never been one of them. Well, there’s no need to discuss the weather when the scene is…
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BREAKING: Next.js 3.0 is out via @zeithq @rauchg @arunoda #javascript #framework #reactjs

  • Next.js is a zero-configuration, single-command toolchain for React apps, with built-in server-rendering, code-splitting and more.
  • The prolific Next.js community has already come up with some static blog generators for you to check out:

    With dynamic imports, our codebase gets split into a set of chunks that can later be loaded dynamically.

  • The developer gets full control to load code over time, depending on user interaction or the data itself.
  • Dynamic components can load React code on-demand, but the most interesting feature is that if they are included in the initial rendering, server-rendering still works!
  • Moving forward, you’ll be able to load code as a function of the data the user is presented with.

Next.js 3.0 comes with vastly improved HMR, dynamic imports, static exports and better serverless support!
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AJAX Requests in React: How and Where to Fetch Data

AJAX requests with #reactjs and axios

  • To fetch the data from the server, you’ll need an HTTP library.
  • React simply renders components, using data from only two places: props and state .
  • So to use some data from the server, you need to get that data into your components’ props or state.
  • First: React itself doesn’t have any allegiance to any particular way of fetching data.
  • The component’s state is updated by calling this.setState with the new array of posts.

First: React itself doesn’t have any allegiance to any particular way of fetching data. In fact, as far as React is concerned, it doesn’t even know there’s a “server” in the picture at all.
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All you need to know about this year’s hackathon at Mozilla Office — Medium

  • – the goal of the hackathon is to hack and socialize, you can also present your project if you feel ready and if there is enough time.
  • – there will be a couple of challenges announced at the start of the hackathon – bonus: we are happy to announce that the react native perf team will be present and if you have a production app that needs some perf improvement, you will be able to ask them directly for help!
  • Don’t miss react-europe’s next story
  • The first European React.js conference in Paris, France.

Read the full article, click here.


@ReactEurope: “Important info about our hackathon at @MozillaParis. The react native perf team will be there to help you and more!”


Here’s important information about the hackathon you should know about:
– it will not take place at the conference venue but at Mozilla…


All you need to know about this year’s hackathon at Mozilla Office — Medium