Thursday 15th September, 2016
12:35pm to 1:20pm
Our team at Microsoft has been working on the react-native-windows platform plugin for React Native. Allowing developers to write React Native apps for the Universal Windows Platform opens up a market of more than 300 million active Windows 10 devices, and the opportunity to reach beyond mobile devices, to PCs and even Xbox One and HoloLens. This talk will cover some of the steps and considerations when building native bridges to React, grounded in real examples from the Universal Windows effort.
Software Engineer at Microsoft bio from LinkedIn
Reactive programming and .NET fanatic. Currently working on the Developer Experience team at Microsoft, where I lead the react-native-windows effort. Previously worked on the stream processing engine for Cortana, built on Rx.NET and Azure Service Fabric.
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