Jared Palmer

Video Guides & Talks

GraphQL + Suspense (youtube.com)
May 21, 2019
In this talk, Jared Palmer, Engineering Lead at The Palmer Group goes deep on the past, present, and future of data fetching in React apps.
Taming Forms in React (youtube.com)
Sep 19, 2018
In this talk, we're going deep on forms in React. I'll explore managing validation, error messages, and working with 3rd-party inputs and introduce you to Formik, a tiny form helper that lets you do all the fun stuff I just mentioned and more.
Razzle: SSR Without The Framework (youtube.com)
Nov 19, 2017
Universal React applications are tough to configure. Either you buy into a framework like Next.js, fork a boilerplate, or set things up yourself. Aiming to fill this void, Razzle is a tool that abstracts all the complex configuration needed for SSR into a single dependency--giving you the developer experience of create-react-app, but then leaving the rest of your app's architectural decisions about frameworks, routing, and data fetching up to you.
Formik (youtube.com)
Aug 18, 2017
Forms in React can be verbose, repetitive, and messy. Managing the state of values, errors, and touched can make matters even worse. Formik adds a level of organization to your forms that allows for easier implementation, integrated validation, and a consistent interface to add third party components. Formik also makes it easy to abstract common form behavior into primitives that you can share and compose throughout your application.


formik (jaredpalmer.com)13826
Jul 11, 2019
Build forms in React, without the tears
razzle (github.com)6477
Apr 16, 2019
Create server-rendered universal JavaScript applications with no configuration
the-platform (github.com)3476
Apr 08, 2019
Web API's turned into React Hooks and Suspense-friendly React components.
    @jaredpalmer/after (github.com)3122
    Apr 20, 2018
    Next.js-like framework for server-rendered React apps built with React Router 4
    react-fns (react-fns.netlify.com)3421
    Feb 06, 2018
    Browser API's turned into declarative React components and HoC's

      Podcast Episodes

      How to Save the Web with Expo's Brent Vatne (undefined.fm)
      May 04, 2019
      Brent Vatne is a Software Engineer at Expo. He joins hosts Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler on The Undefined to talk about the future of the web, native development, and more.
      Be Super with TypeScript and Jared Palmer (reactpodcast.com)
      Mar 28, 2019
      On the when, where, what, why, and how much of TypeScript in React.
      React Suspense with Jared Palmer (devchat.tv)
      Mar 12, 2019
      In this episode of React Round Up, Jared Palmer, Lead Engineer at Palmer Group, gives the listeners an overview of React Suspense, how it helps to resolve conflicts with resource scheduling and how it differs from current practices.
      The Future of JavaScript Tooling with Sebastian McKenzie (undefined.fm)
      Feb 12, 2019
      Sebastian McKenzie is a Software Engineer at Facebook and the creator of Babel and Yarn. He joins us on The Undefined to chat about the ups and downs of open source software, what it's like to work at Facebook, and a brand new toolchain he's working on that blurs the lines between JavaScript transpiler, bundler, and framework.
      Don't Rewrite Your App for Hooks and Suspense with Jared Palmer (reactpodcast.com)
      Nov 20, 2018
      Jared Palmer is a passionate JavaScript developer, pushing developer ergonomics in React with projects like formik and react-fns. Chantastic asks about what Suspense and Hooks mean for existing apps and what we should know to migrate our code sanely. They discuss why doing away with render props is a good thing, why Hooks are up to the task, and how Hooks and Suspense will impact libraries like formik, react-fns, and the-platform.
      Razzle with Jared Palmer (devchat.tv)
      Jun 05, 2018
      In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses Razzle and other projects with Jared Palmer. They talk about what Razzle is, the benefit of server-side rendering, and the difficulties he faced putting this project together. They also touch on why he chose to create Razzle and some of his other projects like Backpack and After.js.