May 23, 2019 / Paris, France


Accessibility 360 - Web to Mobile (
May 30, 2019
In this talk, we will talk about why you should care about a11y, how you can make your react native apps accessible, accessibility standards your app falls into, common patterns to follow, how voice over works and also some suggestions to make this native world a better and inclusive place for everyone.
  • Ankita Kulkarni
Universal App Development (
May 30, 2019
Writing truly universal code and deploying it everywhere.
Build forms with GraphQL (
May 30, 2019
We will explore an alternative way to manage forms using types and GraphQL.
  • Charly Poly
Security and Data in React (
May 30, 2019
This session will give details on lessons learned and solutions the AWS Amplify team encountered over the past year when working with customers building applications, and the differences implementing across React and React Native.
  • Richard Threlkeld
Combining GraphQL + mobx-state-tree (
May 28, 2019
GraphQL and mobx-state-tree are match made in heaven; both are a model first oriented technologies. GraphQL optimizes data fetches and mutations. Adding mobx-state-tree to this mix, makes this model even richer: It allows client only state, actions and derived data to be mixed into our data models.
Magic Move transitions in React-native (
May 28, 2019
In this presentation Hein will dive further into shared element transitions (aka magic-moves), how you can achieve them using react-native-magic-move; and what additional work needs to be done to make this is a first class feature in react-native.
  • Hein Rutjes
Move fast with confidence (
May 28, 2019
Tools and strategies for growing your state-of-the-art React PWA to a global scale.
  • Paul Armstrong
Totally Native React with Revery (
May 28, 2019
This talk will explore how Revery, along with Reason, enable you to leverage your ReactJS skills to build “totally native” applications. We’ll discuss the motivation behind Revery, explore the technology stack, and showcase the native Reason toolchain.
  • Bryan Phelps
    A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the new ReasonReact (
    May 28, 2019
    ReasonReact recently got a major overhaul. In this talk we explore the next version writing blazing fast, statically typed components using React Hooks. Once thrilled we add a little bit of genType’s magic on top of it, in order to compile our components to TypeScript, Flow or untyped JavaScript.
    Designing a Rich Content Editor for 1 Third of the Web (
    May 28, 2019
    How WordPress built its own brand new visual editor experience from the ground up with React. The talk will include an introduction of WordPress and how the Gutenberg Editor project started, details of how it works and how we incrementally improved the block editor over two years, and what our plans are for the future.
    • Ella van Durpe
    React-spring: on animations and hooks (
    May 28, 2019
    This talk will be about the state of React animation in general, the methods and techniques employed, the journey we took with react-spring, and how Reacts new hooks feature can change the way animation is supposed to work for the foreseeable future.
    • Alec Larson
    Saving the Web, 16ms at a Time (
    May 28, 2019
    This talk is a deep-dive into building smooth, jank-free web experiences with React. We’ll look at how we can use Hooks and modern browser APIs to build incredible, delightful products that run great across devices.
    Immutable Application Architecture (
    May 21, 2018
    I want to talk about building apps (of all kinds), the kind of problems we often confront, and how we can embrace immutability to rethink established best practices.
    • Lee Byron
    The Case for Whimsy (
    May 20, 2018
    This talk explores various ways that we, as front-end developers, can make our products more delightful to use. While it’s design’s job to give us static mock-ups, it’s our job to bring those designs to life.
    Next generation state management (
    May 23, 2017
    Last years there have been great developments in state management libraries. Both Redux and MobX sprung from the React community and provide stand-alone, generic state management solutions. Both have gained big in popularity, and both have their own strengths and weaknesses. What can we learn from both approaches?
    The making of Twitter Lite (
    May 23, 2017
    Twitter Lite is a complex PWA built with Node.js, React, Redux, Service Workers, and Webpack. This talk will cover how our team designs and builds one of the world’s most visited web apps. You’ll also hear about React Native for Web; how we approach network and render performance challenges; and how we use new web platform features.
    The Evolution of React UI Development (
    Jun 06, 2016
    Hot reloading makes for a great Developer Experience, but we can do even better. Using interactive style guides that show our components in a variety of different states we can test their look and feel in diverse situations.
    The Redux Journey (
    Jun 04, 2016
    In this talk, Dan reflects on the past, present, and future of Redux.