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Summit Track
2024-06-14T05:00:00.000Z
Registration
2024-06-14T07:00:00.000Z
Opening Ceremony
2024-06-14T07:25:00.000Z
React 19 Panel Discussion
Sathya Gunasekaran,
Meta
Tim Neutkens
Vercel
2024-06-14T08:10:00.000Z
TBA
Ryan Carniato
Netlify
2024-06-14T08:30:00.000Z
QnA with Ryan Carniato
2024-06-14T08:45:00.000Z
Talk - TBA
Charlotte Isambert
Bam.tech
2024-06-14T09:05:00.000Z
QnA with Charlotte Isambert
2024-06-14T09:15:00.000Z
Coffee break
2024-06-14T09:45:00.000Z
What’s New in Astro
Fred K. Schott
Astro
2024-06-14T10:05:00.000Z
QnA with Fred K. Schott
2024-06-14T10:20:00.000Z
React Performance, Past and Future
Ivan Akulov
PerfPerfPerf
In this talk, I’d like to reflect on the performance changes React went through in the past years – and hypothesize about where we’re going. Key points:React reached maturity and can now push frontend forward without reinventing the same primitives (like how all frameworks were stuck reinventing vdom for the past 10 years)Performance (past): consistent performance push you didn’t even notice (componentDidMount → useEffect and how that avoids layout thrashing; React 18 update batching). Some stuff didn’t really work out (Prepack)Performance (current): features that are available, but we need to change our habits to adopt them: startTransition (needs a habit to separate interactions into urgent and non-urgent), RSC + Server Actions (needs new patterns and approaches to data loading etc) Performance (future): React Offscreen API, React ForgetPerformance (further future, subjective opinion) – where React and other frameworks are moving: intelligent progressive enhancement, with zero JS on the client unless necessaryWhat didn’t work out:Why we can’t put frameworks into workers (answer: latency, data copying, etc.)Why react didn’t go the svelte route (inlining js instead of a single bundle)Why react didn’t go the aggressive-code-splitting-and-chunks-on-demand route
2024-06-14T10:40:00.000Z
QnA with Ivan Akulov
2024-06-14T10:55:00.000Z
Building End-to-End Encrypted Apps (Web & React Native)
Nik Graf
Serenity
Building end-to-end encrypted applications is exciting, but also intimidating. This talk is designed to lower the entry barrier, offering a clear roadmap for integrating end-to-end encryption in collaborative, real-time applications.We begin by unveiling a simple design with one shared encryption key, promptly addressing its inherent challenges. Progressively, we delve into tools like Opaque, Secsync and CRDTs to tackle the challenges we identified and enhance our application with the goal of offering a seamless user experience without compromising on security.Each segment of the talk starts with an accessible overview before diving into practical, code-based examples. This approach not only demystifies the intimidating theory and empowers attendees with the tools and knowledge to apply these principles effectively in their projects.
2024-06-14T11:15:00.000Z
QnA with Nik Graf
2024-06-14T11:25:00.000Z
Lunch
2024-06-14T12:20:00.000Z
Making State Management Intelligent
David Khourshid
Stately
Managing state is complicated. Humans are even more complicated. As developers, it's our job to deliver seamless and intuitive user experiences, but the sheer complexity of human behavior and the real world can make this a daunting task. In this talk, we'll explore a radical new approach to app development where language models (LLMs) and reinforcement learning (RL) can be used to handle app logic in a more intelligent and human-centric way.
2024-06-14T12:40:00.000Z
QnA with David Khourshid
2024-06-14T12:55:00.000Z
Types Beyond TypeScript
Josh Goldberg
Open Source
Everybody seems to be talking about "types" these days. From the TypeScript language to type description utilities such as prop-types and Zod, developers expect clear descriptions of the shapes of their React components, data, and hooks. Let's talk about the mindset shift that's happened over the last decade, and where types are taking us over the next one.Brief foundations: what is TypeScript, what "type safety" means, and setting up TypeScript in a React (Next.js) projectA history of how type safety has worked in React, starting with class componentsThinking in Type(s|Script): How modeling value shapes helps raise predictability and understandability, especially in the wildest and wackiest of React architectures.TypeScript's Limitations: By design, TypeScript can only act as a development-time type system and enforce what that system can represent. We'll want to go over what can't and/or shouldn't be represented in that type system.Raising the Runtime: Moving those type thoughts into your React runtime with programmatic frameworks or libraries such as tRPC and Zod - especially as they integrate with React metaframeworks like Next.js and Remix.React Specifics: How this "types-first" theory works helps improve common parts of projects in the React ecosystem: from prop-types back in the day to REST or RPC endpoints, testing, and documentation today.ESLint lint rules to catch common async and React code bugs - and why the language is designed to let you do those dangerous things in the first place.Ecosystem future: where the TC39 types-as-comments proposal will -and won't- take types at a language-level for JavaScript in general and React apps specifically.By allowing our types to be a reflection of the runtime reality, we embrace types-first thinking in designing code - making our code more clear to read and update.
2024-06-14T13:15:00.000Z
QnA with Josh Goldberg
2024-06-14T13:30:00.000Z
Lightning Talks
The Path to High-Performance Canvas Rendering in React — Mana Peirov
2024-06-14T14:00:00.000Z
Coffee break
2024-06-14T14:20:00.000Z
Technically Included (The Best Kind of Included)
Tom Raviv
Codux
The design-development gap hurts your React projects: slower timelines, compromised quality, and repetitive handoffs. This talk explores the origins of this problem, the differences in language and environment, and offers solutions through processes, tools, and collaboration. Discover how including designers throughout the implementation process helps developers reduce friction, speed updevelopment, and deliver exceptional UIs.
2024-06-14T14:40:00.000Z
QnA with Tom Raviv
2024-06-14T14:50:00.000Z
Open Source Awards Ceremony
2024-06-14T15:20:00.000Z
React Ecosystem Panel Discussion
Tim Neutkens
Vercel
2024-06-14T15:50:00.000Z
Closing Ceremony
2024-06-14T16:00:00.000Z
Break before the party
2024-06-14T17:30:00.000Z
After-party
Summit Speakers QnA Room (June 14)
2024-06-14T08:45:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Ryan Carniato
2024-06-14T09:15:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Charlotte Isambert
2024-06-14T10:20:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Fred K. Scott
2024-06-14T10:55:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Ivan Akulov
2024-06-14T11:25:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Nik Graf
2024-06-14T12:55:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: David Khourshid
2024-06-14T13:30:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Josh Goldberg
2024-06-14T15:50:00.000Z
Speakers QnA room: Tom Raviv
Base Camp Track
2024-06-14T08:10:00.000Z
Crafting React Applications with Typesafe APIs
Aleksandra Sikora
EdgeDB
2024-06-14T08:30:00.000Z
QnA with Aleksandra Sikora
2024-06-14T08:45:00.000Z
Why You Should Use Redux in 2024
Mark Erikson
Replay.io
I've always avoided trying to do sales pitches for Redux, and tbh most of my time has been spent telling people when they _shouldn't_ use Redux :) But I still see lots of folks asking "_when_ should I use Redux?", and "how does Redux compare to $OTHER_TOOL?". So, I figure it's worth actually doing a talk where I cover the actual benefits and reasons to consider using Redux today.
2024-06-14T09:05:00.000Z
QnA with Mark Erikson
2024-06-14T09:15:00.000Z
Coffee Break
2024-06-14T09:45:00.000Z
Improve Your App Performance With Background Jobs
Sylwia Vargas
Inngest
2024-06-14T10:05:00.000Z
QnA with Sylwia Vargas
2024-06-14T10:20:00.000Z
Anthony's Roads to Open Source - The Set Theory
Anthony Fu
NuxtLabs
Lessons I learned on my journey to working full time on open source, as well as tips for thinking and making open source projects more successful.
2024-06-14T10:40:00.000Z
QnA with Anthony Fu
2024-06-14T10:55:00.000Z
Case Study: Building Accessible Reusable React Components at GitHub
Siddharth Kshetrapal
GitHub
Twitter influencers would have you believe that if you just use the semantic html tag for elements instead of a div, your components will be accessible. but there’s a lot more that goes into it!Let’s zoom in on one component from GitHub (one that you’ve probably used before!) and look at all the accessibility considerations involved and interesting challenges in implementing them.
2024-06-14T11:15:00.000Z
QnA with Siddharth Kshetrapal