Hey React Amsterdam community! We are back on track and ready to have an exceptional time sharing the best open-source practices and knowledge with you.
We’re going to meet on the 20th of April to talk about all things React and dive deep into the details and internals of our favourite libraries, tools, and patterns.
We hope you join us!
Please do RSVP here to show your friends you’re coming.
Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the Guild link - so your friend could register as well).
Huge thanks to our friends
for renting the venue and fuelling us with snacks & beverages!
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🕑 Event Schedule
18:30 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization
19:00 - Intro and announcements
20:30 - Mingle until 10pm
➡️ Abdelrhman Adel - Build React components with SSR in mind
I’ve been building UI components with React for a while now, and I’ve read a lot about server-side rendering (SSR). From what I’ve read, I didn’t expect SSR to affect how React components are built.
Lately, I’ve been working on a component library, and one of the consumer teams I worked with uses SSR. After building many components, I received feedback that several of them weren’t working correctly when SSR was used. This got me thinking about why this was happening and how SSR might affect building React components.
➡️ Alibek Kazhibekov - Micro-frontends with Module Federation and Next.js
In this talk, we will explore how Micro Frontends and Module Federation can be used with Next.js to build scalable and maintainable applications. We will discuss the challenges of traditional frontend development approaches and how breaking down a monolithic Next.js application into smaller, autonomous parts can improve development efficiency and agility. We will also cover the benefits of using Module Federation to share code at runtime between different applications and the Host app. The talk will include examples of how to use these concepts to build a micro frontend app using Next.js.
➡️ Gonzalo Beviglia - Observability for React Applications
Observability is essential for developing and maintaining reliable and performance React applications. By the end of this talk, you will have a practical guide on how to make your React applications more observable and resilient using OpenTelemetry.