React Advanced London Meetup: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX & more

React Advanced London

Feb

22

Thursday, February 22nd

from 6:30PM to 10:00PM UTC

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

👋 General Info

Hey, London folks!

We haven’t met in a while, so we’re back with a new Meetup!

Let's meet on February 22 at The Trampery to talk about all things React and even more!

🗣To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP form.

📍Event location

The Trampery Old Street - 

239 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY

👍 This event made possible thanks to the support from React Summit & JSNation organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

18:30 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization

19:00 - Intro and announcements

19:10 - The Future is Conversational: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX – Salmen Hichri

19:30 - Break with drinks

19:40 - Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF – Faris Aziz

20:00 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

Mingle until 10pm

🗣 Talks

➡️ Salmen Hichri – The Future is Conversational: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX

Conversational interfaces like chatbots and voice assistants are rapidly becoming the future of how users interact with technology. In this talk, Salmen will share his thoughts and insights about the future of User-Interfaces, and he will show how to build customized, next-gen conversational UIs using NLUX ( https://nlux.ai ) – an easy to use open-source JavaScript library that he created.

➡️ Faris Aziz – Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF

This talk explores the intersection of Next.js, React Query, and the Backend for Frontend (BFF) design pattern, three vital elements pieces that help solve the puzzle of performant and scalable data fetching. Throughout the talk, real-world examples will be used to provide a practical understanding of these topics.

➡️ Open Mic Lightning Talks – every attendee is welcome to speak (<5min)

➡️ To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP form

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our 

CoC

📩 Contact

events@gitnation.org

https://twitter.com/ReactAdvanced

http://youtube.com/ReactConferences

Presentations

Faris Aziz

Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF

This talk explores the intersection of Next.js, React Query, and the Backend for Frontend (BFF) design pattern, three vital elements pieces that help solve the puzzle of performant and scalable data fetching.

I’ll start by discussing Next.js and its capabilities for React applications, highlighting its features like server rendering and data pre fetching, and route pre-fetching. I’d then delve into client data fetching and state management, showcasing how React Query brings a new perspective to managing server state hydration in React applications, simplifying data fetching, caching, synchronization, and updates.

The last part of the talk will take the topic further by introducing the Backend For Frontend (BFF) design pattern, demonstrating how a BFF can be integrated with NextJs API handler to work seamlessly as a Proxy with a React application, enhancing user experience and performance by spreading the load of large payloads.

Throughout the talk, real-world examples will be used to provide a practical understanding of these topics.

React Advanced London Meetup: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX & more

React Advanced London

Feb

22

Thursday, February 22nd

from 6:30PM to 10:00PM UTC

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 General Info

Hey, London folks!

We haven’t met in a while, so we’re back with a new Meetup!

Let's meet on February 22 at The Trampery to talk about all things React and even more!

🗣To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP form.

📍Event location

The Trampery Old Street - 

239 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY

👍 This event made possible thanks to the support from React Summit & JSNation organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

18:30 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization

19:00 - Intro and announcements

19:10 - The Future is Conversational: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX – Salmen Hichri

19:30 - Break with drinks

19:40 - Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF – Faris Aziz

20:00 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

Mingle until 10pm

🗣 Talks

➡️ Salmen Hichri – The Future is Conversational: Crafting Next-Gen Interfaces with NLUX

Conversational interfaces like chatbots and voice assistants are rapidly becoming the future of how users interact with technology. In this talk, Salmen will share his thoughts and insights about the future of User-Interfaces, and he will show how to build customized, next-gen conversational UIs using NLUX ( https://nlux.ai ) – an easy to use open-source JavaScript library that he created.

➡️ Faris Aziz – Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF

This talk explores the intersection of Next.js, React Query, and the Backend for Frontend (BFF) design pattern, three vital elements pieces that help solve the puzzle of performant and scalable data fetching. Throughout the talk, real-world examples will be used to provide a practical understanding of these topics.

➡️ Open Mic Lightning Talks – every attendee is welcome to speak (<5min)

➡️ To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP form

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our 

CoC

📩 Contact

events@gitnation.org

https://twitter.com/ReactAdvanced

http://youtube.com/ReactConferences

Presentations

Faris Aziz

Unleashed: Next.js, React Query their BFF

This talk explores the intersection of Next.js, React Query, and the Backend for Frontend (BFF) design pattern, three vital elements pieces that help solve the puzzle of performant and scalable data fetching.

I’ll start by discussing Next.js and its capabilities for React applications, highlighting its features like server rendering and data pre fetching, and route pre-fetching. I’d then delve into client data fetching and state management, showcasing how React Query brings a new perspective to managing server state hydration in React applications, simplifying data fetching, caching, synchronization, and updates.

The last part of the talk will take the topic further by introducing the Backend For Frontend (BFF) design pattern, demonstrating how a BFF can be integrated with NextJs API handler to work seamlessly as a Proxy with a React application, enhancing user experience and performance by spreading the load of large payloads.

Throughout the talk, real-world examples will be used to provide a practical understanding of these topics.

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