Combining GraphQL + mobx-state-tree (youtube.com)
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.
Easy MobX and Redux Comparison (youtube.com)
Mar 24, 2018
We take an app from component state to MobX, then the same app from component state to Redux and talk about the differences. Async code in both MobX and Redux is covered!
Michel Weststrate: React, But For Data (youtube.com)
Oct 02, 2017
React and its component model is nowadays the most appealing abstraction to declaratively describe user interfaces. The core concepts are so powerful that we can apply them outside the DOM, like in React-VR, Sound manipulation, games etc. In this talk I will demonstrate that all the core ideas powering React are so powerful that we can even translate them to a completely different field: state management. MobX-state-tree applies these very same concepts to make data management declarative, elegant and easy to reason about.
Next generation state management (youtube.com)
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?
Real World MobX (youtube.com)
Oct 03, 2016
At Mendix we use MobX to manage the state of our visual enterprise application studio. In this talk we will take a look behind the scenes and see how MobX simplifies concerns like authentication, data fetching and routing. The strong decoupling of state and UI helps us to iterate on our UI more quickly. The architecture of the studio is pluggable and we will see how MobX helps integrating external producers and consumers of state into the product. In the end, we believe that this approach results in a code base that is sane and accessible. In which we get things done quickly.