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React.NYC Meetup - Accelerating Design & Development Innovation & more

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React.NYC

May

16

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

👋 Hey-hey, New York!

We haven't met in a while, so let's meet on May 16 at Wix offices in NY to talk about all things React and dive deep into the details and internals of our favourite libraries, tools, and patterns 😉

If your company has a space to host our next event, please reach us here.

🕑 Event Schedule

18:00 - Doors open

18:30 - Intro and announcements

18:45 - Accelerating Design & Development Innovation with AI-driven Tools – Cristobal Chao

19:05 - Borrowing Abstractions from the Internet – Cyrus Roshan

19:25 - Off with Their Heads: Rise of the Headless Components – Jesse Hall

20:00 - Open Mic talks - show your project, open source work or a small demo of what you learned recently

20:30 - Mingle until 21:00

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

🤝 Sponsored by

Huge thanks to Codux for sponsoring the event.

Codux is a collaborative visual development environment designed for React. It empowers developers and designers to build and edit components directly within their codebase.

Codux empowers both designers and developers to create new components, make UI tweaks, and adjust layouts with ease. Designers gain the ability to build production-ready components, while developers can focus on the application's core logic. This flexibility lets your team work more efficiently.

This event made possible thanks to the support from React Summit US organizers - GitNation.

🎫 Win the ticket to React Summit US!

We're going to raffle 2 tickets for our upcoming conference at the meetup!

The ticket will give you:

  • 2 days of participation (both in-person & online) featuring amazing talks from over 50 speakers

  • Free remote workshops

  • Complimentary physical swag package

  • In-person afterparty & much more fun

Join us at the meetup, and you'll learn how to win the ticket!

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our CoC

📩 Contact

events@gitnation.org

https://twitter.com/ReactSummit

http://youtube.com/ReactConferences

Presentations

Cristobal Chao

Accelerating Design & Development Innovation with AI-driven Tools

Designers and developers work on different timelines—designers look to the future while developers build from what’s already been designed. They speak different languages and follow different processes. How can we bridge these gaps and build a more collaborative development process? In this talk, we will explore the integration of modern techniques and AI-driven tools to enhance design systems, fostering improved communication between cross-functional teams. By leveraging artificial intelligence, we can not only boost productivity and innovation but also create a more harmonious and efficient workflow for both designers and developers

Cyrus Roshan

Borrowing Abstractions from the Internet

In this talk, you'll learn how to apply low-level networking concepts borrowed from the Internet to high-level applications, through a real-life example - the messaging system Jam uses for their browser extension. Just as the internet is a distributed system, so is the browser, it turns out. So Jam's messaging system's architecture is based off of TCP/IP stack to provide reliable messaging guarantees.

We'll review the architecture of The Internet (the TCP/IP stack), followed by explaining the components of a browser extension. Then we'll dive into the architecture of the messaging system, followed by some code examples.

By the end, you'll either feel a bit more comfortable in your knowledge of distributed systems, or think that building a browser extension is an absolute flaming mess--but we hope it's the former!

Jesse Hall

Off with Their Heads: Rise of the Headless Components

Aren't You Tired of Repeating Yourself?

Tired of repeating the same code over and over again in your React projects? In this talk, we'll discover the power of headless components, a design pattern that separates the logic from the presentation layer, allowing you to create reusable and flexible UI components. We'll explore how headless components can simplify your development process, saving you both time and effort. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, join us to discover how headless components can help you streamline your React development and create high-quality, customizable UIs.

React.NYC Meetup - Accelerating Design & Development Innovation & more

Primary Photo for React.NYC

React.NYC

May

16

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 Hey-hey, New York!

We haven't met in a while, so let's meet on May 16 at Wix offices in NY to talk about all things React and dive deep into the details and internals of our favourite libraries, tools, and patterns 😉

If your company has a space to host our next event, please reach us here.

🕑 Event Schedule

18:00 - Doors open

18:30 - Intro and announcements

18:45 - Accelerating Design & Development Innovation with AI-driven Tools – Cristobal Chao

19:05 - Borrowing Abstractions from the Internet – Cyrus Roshan

19:25 - Off with Their Heads: Rise of the Headless Components – Jesse Hall

20:00 - Open Mic talks - show your project, open source work or a small demo of what you learned recently

20:30 - Mingle until 21:00

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

🤝 Sponsored by

Huge thanks to Codux for sponsoring the event.

Codux is a collaborative visual development environment designed for React. It empowers developers and designers to build and edit components directly within their codebase.

Codux empowers both designers and developers to create new components, make UI tweaks, and adjust layouts with ease. Designers gain the ability to build production-ready components, while developers can focus on the application's core logic. This flexibility lets your team work more efficiently.

This event made possible thanks to the support from React Summit US organizers - GitNation.

🎫 Win the ticket to React Summit US!

We're going to raffle 2 tickets for our upcoming conference at the meetup!

The ticket will give you:

  • 2 days of participation (both in-person & online) featuring amazing talks from over 50 speakers

  • Free remote workshops

  • Complimentary physical swag package

  • In-person afterparty & much more fun

Join us at the meetup, and you'll learn how to win the ticket!

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our CoC

📩 Contact

events@gitnation.org

https://twitter.com/ReactSummit

http://youtube.com/ReactConferences

Presentations

Cristobal Chao

Accelerating Design & Development Innovation with AI-driven Tools

Designers and developers work on different timelines—designers look to the future while developers build from what’s already been designed. They speak different languages and follow different processes. How can we bridge these gaps and build a more collaborative development process? In this talk, we will explore the integration of modern techniques and AI-driven tools to enhance design systems, fostering improved communication between cross-functional teams. By leveraging artificial intelligence, we can not only boost productivity and innovation but also create a more harmonious and efficient workflow for both designers and developers

Cyrus Roshan

Borrowing Abstractions from the Internet

In this talk, you'll learn how to apply low-level networking concepts borrowed from the Internet to high-level applications, through a real-life example - the messaging system Jam uses for their browser extension. Just as the internet is a distributed system, so is the browser, it turns out. So Jam's messaging system's architecture is based off of TCP/IP stack to provide reliable messaging guarantees.

We'll review the architecture of The Internet (the TCP/IP stack), followed by explaining the components of a browser extension. Then we'll dive into the architecture of the messaging system, followed by some code examples.

By the end, you'll either feel a bit more comfortable in your knowledge of distributed systems, or think that building a browser extension is an absolute flaming mess--but we hope it's the former!

Jesse Hall

Off with Their Heads: Rise of the Headless Components

Aren't You Tired of Repeating Yourself?

Tired of repeating the same code over and over again in your React projects? In this talk, we'll discover the power of headless components, a design pattern that separates the logic from the presentation layer, allowing you to create reusable and flexible UI components. We'll explore how headless components can simplify your development process, saving you both time and effort. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, join us to discover how headless components can help you streamline your React development and create high-quality, customizable UIs.

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