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January React meetup #5

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maxlibin opened this Issue Nov 1, 2018 · 17 comments

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maxlibin commented Nov 1, 2018

Title of your talk
Intro to ReasonML
Intro to ReasonReact

Tell us what you'd like to talk about
Introduction to ReasonML
Introduction to ReasonReact

Presenter(s)
Introduction to ReasonML(by Bryan)
Introduction to ReasonReact(by Max)

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yosriady commented Nov 2, 2018

Hi @maxlibin, we won't be having any meetups for the rest of the year as I'm fully occupied with work and other commitments. 😃

I'll register your interest to give a talk and let you know when we organize one in January. 👍

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maxlibin commented Nov 2, 2018

Sure, unless someone else would like to co-organize? Especially now hook is such a big topic in react, maybe someone can share their experience in using it or tried it?

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thchia commented Nov 3, 2018

I can do a talk on hooks, but I also think there’s no rush (they are technically still in alpha), so maybe January is better overall.

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yosriady commented Nov 5, 2018

Let's do it in the first or second week ofJanuary since people are likely away in December.

@yosriady yosriady changed the title from Nov react meetup to January React meetup Nov 14, 2018

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yosriady commented Nov 15, 2018

ℹ️ Details

📅 Itinerary

Time Agenda
7.00pm Doors open - mingle with guests and speakers over food and drinks
7.20pm Start of event - opening segment by host
7.30pm Start of scheduled talks
8.40pm Open announcements - open segment for anyone to make announcements
9.00pm End of event

💬 Talks

This could be you!

🎙 How to propose a talk

Want to give a talk? Leave a comment below with the following format:

Title of your talk

Talk description

Tell us what you'd like to talk about

Presenter(s)

Include GitHub handles where possible. Add your Twitter handle if you wish

Presenter's bio

A short introduction of yourself

Duration requested

10min, 20min, 30min

Slides URL (if any)

URL pointing to your slides (Google Slides, PDF, etc.) You can add this part in later.

📢 Open announcements

Have something you'd like to tell the audience? We have an open announcement segment for you to announce job opportunities, promote a meet up, upcoming conferences, etc. Please comment below to give the organizers a heads-up.


📝 Organizers' checklist
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yosriady commented Nov 15, 2018

@maxlibin @thchia What do you guys think of Thursday, 10th January? Would you be interested to give a talk at this date?

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thchia commented Nov 15, 2018

@yosriady tentatively OK but will have to re-confirm nearer the date...

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thchia commented Nov 15, 2018

Hooked on React

Talk Description

An Introduction to the Hooks API in React.

  • Why Hooks?
  • Migrating to Hooks: State and 'Effects'
  • Other Use Cases: Context and Reducers 👀
  • 🔥 BONUS: Testing Hooks 🔥

Presenter

Thomas Chia
:octocat: github.com/thchia
🐦 @th__chia

Presenter's Bio

Front End Developer, Lover of JavaScript, React, Serverless and other hype words.

Duration Requested

30 mins (max)

Slides URL

Coming soon...

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yosriady commented Nov 15, 2018

@maxlibin Let me know if the date is convenient for you, and please follow the format above for your talk proposals. 😄

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liaujianjie commented Nov 15, 2018

Client-side data architecture with Apollo Client

Talk description (tentative scope)

  • Brief GraphQL overview
  • Why Apollo Client?
  • Use cases & comparisons with common patterns
    • Caching responses from asynchronous API requests
    • Apollo links & some use cases
      • Auth routing guards
      • Retrying and deduping
  • Using Apollo Client without a GraphQL endpoint (and incremental adoption)
  • Other notable features
  • Downsides & trade-offs

Presenter(s)

Liau Jian Jie

:octocat: @liaujianjie
🐦 @liaujianjie

Presenter's bio

👨‍🎓 2nd year NUS CS undergrad passionate about product and performance.

Duration requested

🕐 20min (max)

Slides URL

🚧 I'm working on it!

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yosriady commented Nov 20, 2018

Hi @liaujianjie, sounds good! Looking forward to see you at the event!

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yosriady commented Nov 20, 2018

Hi @maxlibin Can you confirm your attendance at the event? I'd like to know if you'll be speaking in January.

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maxlibin commented Nov 20, 2018

waiting for Bryan to add this content in, here is mine first.

Intro to ReactReact

Talk description (tentative scope)

Brief ReasonReact overview
Why Reason React, why life will be easier with ReasonReact?
How to get started with reasonReact.
@maxlibin

Presenter's bio
👨‍🎓 Frontend dev @ahrefs

Duration requested
🕐 20min - 30min (max)

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pulkitkkr commented Dec 3, 2018

Hey,
I'm Pulkit, a React Evangelist and AR/VR enthusiast. It has been quite a while since I'm working with ReactJS and related Technologies. The world is shifting to another way of User Interfaces, AR & VR yet many React Developers are unaware how easy is it for them to adopt to the paradigm shift, I'm willing to contribute to the community and enlighten up the Audience about the same, would love to talk more about the same

Title: Step into the future of UI: AR/VR with JavaScript

Current Position: Organizer, Facebook Developer Circle Delhi-NCR

Past Talks: React Conf 2018, Las Vegas, USA
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd6FBBK1paA

Upcoming Talk: ByteConf React-Native 2018,Scheduled for Dec 14th

Introduction to Talk:

"React is a library to build intuitive User Interfaces" as quoted in official React documentation. The past few decades of computing have been limited to flat 2D screens. However, the rise of AR/VR means that society will soon move beyond the screen: where the UI won’t be a flat piece of glass but the 3D spaces in which we live & move around.

Since the inception of React, there have been multiple React-Renderer being made by community, One of them is ViroReact, a platform for Native AR/VR. The aim of Talk is to inspire attendees to create immersive, lag free cross-platform content using ViroReact. The talk tries to optimize the complex pathway to learn AR/VR into a linear one by laying the foundation of basic principles of AR/VR UIs and Illusions(Plausibility, Place & Embodiment).

Talk Flow:

A drastic change from 2D UIs to intuitive 3D UIs requires a detailed understanding of Three Illusions, Place Illusion, Plausibility Illusion, and Embodiment Illusion. Continuing after the introduction to the psychology of AR & VR, The misconception about AR/VR industry just being into entertainment will be ruled out from the hearts of the audience and pathway to inspiration will be laid toward the future, following which the 3-D geometry(Z-Axis) and understanding of basic transformations will be cleared out to the audience which is expected to know the basics of React & React-Native.

Once, the building blocks are established a gradual hands-on to AR/VR "Hello World" app will be made using live demonstration of Android ARCore based ViroReact App. The repository will be made public to the audience for future usage.

It will be followed by asking audience to keep clicking several photos during the talk and upload them to the Link shared just after the hello world app. Another code demo of 360 Images and Videos will be made using per-compiled APK of sample app, which also illustrate placement of 3D objects(.fbx) in the scene.

Finally a closing app will be showcased (not a demo) which will be dynamically made by the images uploaded by the live audience, and will leave the audience in awestruck at the end, thereby inspiring the to learn more about the future of UIs AR & VR.

Unlike my previous talks, the talk will be more oriented toward scale-able AR VR code structuring with several code paradigms: 3D paradigm, Overlay Paradigm, Dynamical Route Overlay Paradigm etc.

About Me:

"UIs are not created but crafted, with imagination and core principles. The imaginations and core principles are fruit of Experience."
Web Creation fascinated me since I was 14 years of age, Ever since then I follow the strategy of "Run, Walk or Crawl: But Keep moving".
Choosing a niche segment had always been my cup of tea, be it choosing BlackBerry 10 Platform to develop app for when everyone were opting for Android and iOS and and ending up being selected among Top 250 Developers, with Apps being listed in top Apps in BlackBerry App Store.

Another Example of choosing a totally unexpected segment of mine is selecting Feature Phone segment to develop Mobile Apps for, and ending up being getting selected as Nokia Asha Premium Member by developing 12+ Apps for Nokia Asha 501 feature phone Platform at that's all at the age of 17.

Following the drastic fall of both of my mainstream platforms, Nokia & BlackBerry, I opted to learn AngularJS 1.x, ionic Framework and Phonegap and deployed Mobile Apps for Major organizations like Rotaract Club of MSIT and PowerGrid India (Government Agency) at the age of 18, But again the community saw major leap from AngularJs 1.x to 2.x.

So finally, I got introduced to ever new intuitive world of ReactJS, which I'm following since the release of version 13.x, Using the ReactJs, have Developed for Raspberry pi (using React-Hardware), Have Developed production level mobile Apps using React-Native for various freelance clients. And have provided client support and training to people working at major Tech Giants like Walmart, Well Fargo, Microsoft etc.
Coming to the world of VR/AR to which I just got introduced by the Mr. Satyajeet Singh, Head - Strategic Product Partnerships, India & South Asia last year while giving a talk on React at Facebook Developer Circle Delhi at the age of 20. I started learning native VR content development using Unity 3d, but ended up exploring more & more about learnt philosophy and skills implementation using ReactJS, and finally got introduced to ViroReact Platform.
Closing with my initial quote "UIs are not created but crafted, with imagination and core principles. The imaginations and core principles are fruit of Experience."

I assure to deliver the best of my experiences to introduce the Frontend and React Community to future of UI.

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Regards
Pulkit Kakkar
Organizing Team
Facebook Developer Circle: Delhi-NCR
Ph: +91-9711187234
Mail: pulkitkkr@gmail.com

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yosriady commented Dec 3, 2018

Hi @pulkitkkr, we're all full for the January meetup - would you be available to present on a future meetup? (tentatively mid-February or early March)

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pulkitkkr commented Dec 3, 2018

@yosriady I'm ok with early Feb dates (1st to 12th) also will be needing travel and accommodation allowance

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yosriady commented Dec 4, 2018

@pulkitkkr We don't give travel and accommodation allowance. Speaking slots are on a strictly free (as in beer) basis.

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