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React: Concurrent Mode

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Av. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla 1995

1995 Avenida Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla

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If you have at least basic React skills (Hooks) and are wondering how to increase the responsiveness of your app, this event is for you.

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You don’t have to be a Front-End Web developer to appreciate a responsive app. But if you are, your appreciation is directly proportional to the level of energy you put into your work. Because a Front-End developer knows better than anybody the importance of a smooth user experience.

If you have at least basic React skills (Hooks) and are wondering how to increase the responsiveness of your app, this event is the perfect opportunity for you to address this issue.

You will learn about the experimental React feature called Concurrent Mode and see how it will drastically change how we are developing UIs and user experiences! Concurrent Mode enables apps to be more responsive and adjust to the different devices’ capabilities and network speeds.

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INTRODUCTION

What is Concurrent Mode?

Why is it needed?

How is Facebook using it?

CONCURRENT MODE

Suspense & pre-fetch pattern

Transitions

Deferring values

Progressive & Selective Hydration

The Facebook Way (React + Relay)

Custom fetchers

Q&A

The speaker is Victor Diaz, Full-stack software developer with 5+ years of experience in the creation of digital products. Currently working as a Front-end React developer, he is familiar with a wide range of technologies including iOS, React Native, GraphQL, AWS Services, NodeJS backends. He is passionate about building smooth user experiences and technology trends for building modern UIs.

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1995 Avenida Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla

Guadalajara, JAL 44130

Mexico

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