Friday 24th February, 2017
2:15pm to 3:45pm
The increased computing power of browsers allows to move more and more of the application logic into the frontend. These so-called single-page-apps appear to be much snappier because all calculations happen on the user’s computer, and there is little to no transfer of data over the network most of the time. Over the past few years, a number of frontend frameworks appeared, and some of them already disappeared again. React.js, a rather younger proponent, impresses because it is lightweight and it focuses on the UI. Technically, it allows to describe the web application in a declarative way, without relying on the omnipresent events and listeners. Redux handles the application state and the user actions and is a perfect match for React.js.
In this workshop, the participants create a single-page-app with React.js and Redux in small steps.
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