< React Global >
Online Summit for Frontend Developers
2020 September, 15
15 000+ Registrations 15 000+ Registrations 15 000+ Registrations
40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers
24 hours of tech talks 24 hours of tech talks 24 hours of tech talks
15 000+ Registrations 15 000+ Registrations 15 000+ Registrations
40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers 40+ Speakers
24 hours of tech talks 24 hours of tech talks 24 hours of tech talks
Micro-frontend
Multi-Page Applications
Streams
App building
Working with Hooks
Class components
worker threads
GraphQL Mesh
React in patterns
Server-Side Rendering
React Architecture
React state management
React Jest unit testing
Single Page Applications
Design System
React Alternatives
General design patterns
Real-World SPAs & React Web Apps
Mobx and mobx-state-tree
React TypeScript
Bootstrapping the app
<WHAT'S NEW IN
REACT>
Defining a component
Prop Validation
Testing components
Introduction to gatsby.js
next.js
Architecture
Mobx and mobx-state-tree
React Architecture
next.js
General design patterns
GraphQL Mesh
Architecture
React Jest unit testing
Working with Hooks
Design System
Server-Side Rendering
React in patterns
React state management
React TypeScript
Micro-frontend
<WHAT'S NEW IN
REACT>
Real-World SPAs & React Web Apps
React Alternatives
Single Page Applications
Multi-Page Applications
App building
Bootstrapping the app
Class components
Defining a component
Testing components
Introduction to gatsby.js
<OUR MISSION>
Offline events are gone for some time, but the tech world doesn't slow down.
React JS community needs the platform to share the latest updates and use cases to improve coding skills and get architectural insights. We aim to provide an online event for React JS geeks from all over the world to share what's new in domain.

Geekle has the unique experience to gather huge tech summits with 11'000+ attendees with 95% of free users registered in other tech domains. Now we hope to make something world never seen before for the React JS Community.
See ya'll!
<SPEAKERS FROM>
<PARTNERS>
<LIVE TALKS FROM>
NO pre-recorded videos
Shawn Wang
DX
Shruti Kapoor
Senior Software Engineer
Nader Dabit
Senior Developer Advocate
Rapidly Rapidly Prototyping
Navigating Front End Technical Interviews
React TypeScript Typesafe, Fullstack React
React TypeScript Typesafe, Fullstack React
With TypeScript and GraphQL, React developers now have the ability to add strong typing to their frontend- and backend-facing code. This both improves user experience (preventing runtime errors) and developer experience (documenting interfaces and warning early). The problem has always been the heavy amount of tooling needed to set this up. In 2020, the tooling landscape has dramatically improved. Let’s livecode a React + TS + GraphQL app to show it!
Rapidly Rapidly Prototyping
"Rapidly Rapidly Prototyping

As developer talent continues to become more sought after and in many cases, more expensive, it becomes harder for startups to compete without either:
1. Massive investment
2. Hyperfocus on developer velocity/efficiency

Modern Serverless technology is lowering the barrier to entry & making #2 more accessible, with a renewed focus on trying to enable front end developers to leverage their existing front end skillset across the stack to build real-world full-stack applications.

Developers, companies, and teams that recognize this will have a large step ahead of their competitors and out of the gate be ahead of the curve when variance in opportunity costs begin to be apparent in the product or service the team is building.

The exciting thing that happened in this space is the evolution of tooling which is focused on making this happen and making it easier. In this talk, Nader will talk about some of the tools available today in this space, then dive deep into the tooling that his team at AWS is building. He will then demo how to build a full stack live streaming app in a live coding session."
Erin Doyle
Fullstack developer
Accessibility Tips and Tricks
Accessibility Tips and Tricks
I will go over a number of tools (eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y, react-axe, storybook's a11y addon, and others for unit testing and CI/CD) that can be used to assist developing React apps that are accessible. I'll also talk about how creating a component library with accessibility baked in can make it even easier to develop accessible apps more quickly.
Radoslav Stankov
Head Of Engineering
Product Hunt React Architecture
Product Hunt React Architecture
In Product Hunt we have been using React for more than 5 years. In this talk, I'm going to showcase what is our React architecture. What we learned among the way. Topics includes will be designing reusable React components, GraphQL, routing, application lifecycle, optimizing for SEO.
Danielle Carrick
Senior Data Visualization Engineer
Advanced Data Visualization in React.
Advanced Data Visualization in React.
D3 is the most popular library for creating interactive data visualizations. React is one of the most popular frameworks for web development (duh, that’s why we’re here). But, anyone that has tried to use them together, has realized they don’t always play nice. In this talk, I will share how I learned this the hard way, as well as tips and case studies for building data visualizations in React, and when to give the power to D3.
Krasimir Tsonev
Senior Frontend Engineer
React Patterns (Redux)
React Patterns (Redux)
Three years ago when I first started using React I thought that it is just a view layer. It is more like a library rather then a framework. It was really easy to start. That was fine until I (and as many others) realized that React is not giving us architecture. It is a well implemented rendering mechanism. The rest however is in the hands of the developers. And that's what I like the most in React. It's simple but very powerful abstraction that gives us freedom. The community started growing faster and we saw Flux then Redux, lots of tutorials and blog posts. I started making notes about patterns while developing with React. And that's how my "React in patterns" book (http://github.com/krasimir/react-in-patterns) was created. And that's what my talk will be about. Various techniques and patterns that will help you develop flexible and scalable React applications. Short Desc: There are tons of materials on React.js. However, just a few are talking about patterns. Which is actually the biggest benefit of the library. React is teaching paradigms which are really useful for every programmer in general. Come to this talk to see the most important ones.
Manjula Dube
Web Engineer
React Patterns (Redux)
Three years ago when I first started using React I thought that it is just a view layer. It is more like a library rather then a framework. It was really easy to start. That was fine until I (and as many others) realized that React is not giving us architecture. It is a well implemented rendering mechanism. The rest however is in the hands of the developers. And that's what I like the most in React. It's simple but very powerful abstraction that gives us freedom. The community started growing faster and we saw Flux then Redux, lots of tutorials and blog posts. I started making notes about patterns while developing with React. And that's how my "React in patterns" book (http://github.com/krasimir/react-in-patterns) was created. And that's what my talk will be about. Various techniques and patterns that will help you develop flexible and scalable React applications. Short Desc: There are tons of materials on React.js. However, just a few are talking about patterns. Which is actually the biggest benefit of the library. React is teaching paradigms which are really useful for every programmer in general. Come to this talk to see the most important ones.
Emanuel Suriano
Senior Software Engineer
Typescript Runtime Validation
Typescript Runtime Validation
Sometimes using types inside our application it's not enough to make sure that it won't break on runtime. Because of that, we see ourselves forced to manually write validation for our entities. In this talk, I want to present a way that you can generate validators for all your types in your application automatically, and how to integrate this into your development workflow.
Carrie Maxwell
Security Engineer
React Patterns (Redux)
Three years ago when I first started using React I thought that it is just a view layer. It is more like a library rather then a framework. It was really easy to start. That was fine until I (and as many others) realized that React is not giving us architecture. It is a well implemented rendering mechanism. The rest however is in the hands of the developers. And that's what I like the most in React. It's simple but very powerful abstraction that gives us freedom. The community started growing faster and we saw Flux then Redux, lots of tutorials and blog posts. I started making notes about patterns while developing with React. And that's how my "React in patterns" book (http://github.com/krasimir/react-in-patterns) was created. And that's what my talk will be about. Various techniques and patterns that will help you develop flexible and scalable React applications. Short Desc: There are tons of materials on React.js. However, just a few are talking about patterns. Which is actually the biggest benefit of the library. React is teaching paradigms which are really useful for every programmer in general. Come to this talk to see the most important ones.
Colby Fayock
Lead UX & Front End Engineer
Put Down the Javascript: Level Up with the Fundamentals of Web Development
Put Down the Javascript: Level Up with the Fundamentals of Web Development
Put Down the Javascript: Level Up with the Fundamentals of Web Development
Bootcamps and tutorials have a habit of throwing those curious to learn right into Javascript, ignoring the fundamentals of web development, making them miss some key pieces to the puzzle of the web. We’ll look at how you can level up your Javascript by getting back to the basics of HTML and CSS that can enhance SEO, performance, and accessibility.
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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN REACT 2020?
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN REACT 2020?
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN REACT 2020?
<SKILLS TO IMPROVE>
React state management
GraphQL
React TypeScript
Mobx and mobx-state-tree
Micro-frontend
Server-Side Rendering
Design System
Creating / Working with Hooks
React Jest unit testing
General design patterns
Real-World SPAs & React Web Apps
React Alternatives
Class components, Defining and rendering a component
Prop Validation
Testing components
<AGENDA>
This is an approximate list of topics. Exact Agenda will be available 5 days before the event.
Senior Track
for Middle and Senior Software Developers,Solution Architects
and CTO.Deep tech content.
WHAT'S INCLUDED
Watch live stream
Access to Q&A sessions
Workshops discount
Access to recordings
Slack chat access
25% off next event
Full price $300
Lucky birds $79
Junior Track
for Junior React JS Script developers entry-level
Watch live stream
Access to Q&A sessions
Workshops discount
Access to recordings
Slack chat access
25% off next event
Free
WHAT'S INCLUDED
WHAT'S INCLUDED
WHAT'S INCLUDED
WHAT'S INCLUDED
React state management
GraphQL
React TypeScript
Mobx and mobx-state-tree
Micro-frontend
Server-Side Rendering
Architecture
Design System
Creating / Working with Hooks
React Jest unit testing
GraphQL Mesh – Why GraphQL between services is the worst idea and the best idea at the same time!
Product Hunt React
React in patterns
General design patterns
Real-World SPAs
& React Web Apps
React Alternatives
Understanding Single Page Applications and Multi-Page Applications
App building
Bootstrapping the app
Class components, Defining and rendering a component
Prop Validation
Testing components
Introduction to gatsby.js (or next.js)
Call for papers
Become a moderator
Become a sponsor
<PROGRAM COMMITTEE>
Colby Fayock
Lead UX & Front End Engineer
Kamlesh Chandnani
Staff Frontend Engineer
Uri Goldshtein
Founder
Milad Heydari
Tech-Lead & Co-Founder
<ORGANISER TEAM>
Ed Nedin
CEO «geekle»
Jane Klepa
Lead organizer
Alina Nikitina
Community Manager
Oksana Izakova
Community Manager
Nik Petrov
Senior Community Manager
Mila Handziuk
Senior Community Manager
Senior Track
Sale ends on September 15, 2020
Junior Track
for Junior JavaScript developers
entry-level
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