After years of experiences building complex React & Redux web apps at Theodo, I’ve learned quite a bit of tools and techniques that make me more productive as a developer, and my users (and clients) happier with the products.
Here are some of the topics I’d like to tackle during the talk:
- Redux Dev Tools for debugging;
- State Normalization for managing complex application state;
- Advanced Redux Sagas tricks to make snappier UIs
- Offline-first libraries for high availability
When I first started using React & Redux, I would have loved to know this from the beginning — and I hope I can teach the audience what took me months to grasp!
The talk would be best for attendees having a prior experience in React and Redux, although I’m planning to explain the basics at the very beginning. I wrote a 2-part tutorial on React & Redux in March 2016 (visible here
). The community response to it has been amazing, which drove me to try and share what I learned into conferences such as Munich Frontend!