Creating a Plugin System and Preact in Pictures

  • Preact is an implementation of the React API that’s significantly smaller and faster.
  • If you’ve ever wondered how the virtual dom and component model really work, this will be a great introduction that should prepare you for reading the source code of Preact or React.
  • After hearing this talk, you’ll have a great new tool for developing performance-critical UIs and a better mental model of how React works on the inside.
  • Creating a Plugin System with Apollo and the Coral Project by Riley Davis

    The Coral Project attempts to rethink how we create community online with open source tools and best practices.

  • This talk is about how we enabled development of third-party plugins with Apollo and GraphQL to help publishers adapt our commenting platform to meet their needs.

Come downtown for food, drink, talks, and socializing. We’ll be talking about ReactJS and related technologies. There is a lightrail stop at the corner of
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core-notes/november-03.md at master · reactjs/core-notes · GitHub

Just published React team meeting notes from a few days ago!

  • The next step is integrating the event system into Fiber.
  • Collaborating with Andrew on error boundaries and batching in Fiber.
  • We added an internal opt-in flag for employees to render Facebook.com with Fiber.
  • New PRs now need to run scripts/fiber/record-tests so that we can catch unexpected Fiber regressions.
  • Working on a major refactoring of the event system.

core-notes – Weekly meeting notes from the React core team
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What’s new in Facebook open source

What's new in Facebook open source?  #ReactJS

  • Many of the launches gained immediate traction within the community, including more than a dozen new projects that have garnered more than 500 followers each.
  • We are continuing to build communities around the projects we open source to ensure that they continue to grow and thrive.
  • As we continue to grow our open source program, we’ll be focused on building the right teams and resources to maintain project quality, and we are excited to continue working with all of you to make all these tools better.
  • Christine Abernathy, Facebook’s Developer Advocate, presenting a keynote at F8 2016 about Facebook’s open source program.
  • The “Developer Garage” area at F8 2016 where Facebook engineers and tech leaders met with attendees to discuss various Facebook initiatives and projects.

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With more than 1.65 billion people on Facebook and more coming online every day, our engineers are hard at work making sure that our services work smoothly for everyone. Part of this work involves streamlining our processes so we can keep moving fast as we continue to scale: We build tools that enable engineers to work more easily across platforms, automate testing to catch problems sooner, and help improve the overall performance of our products.


What’s new in Facebook open source