[Noisebridge-discuss] Event proposition: Authentication in React.js + Redux
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From: alxd <alxd at alxd.org>
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2016 7:20 PM
Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Event proposition: Authentication in React.js + Redux
To: <noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net>
My name is Pawel 'alxd' Chojnacki and I'm a hacker community activist
and a front/full-stack developer usually based in Warsaw, Poland. I used
to help running Warsaw Hackerspace, and now I'm traveling the world
working remotely (X-Team and Riot Games) and helping local Spaces,
especially members of http://globalinnovationgathering.com in Africa and
the south hemisphere.
I'm coming to San Francisco for a week between 23rd and 30th of April
and I've noticed that the Front End classes taking place in Noisebridge
are covering React.js in which I've been working for some time. I would
love to share some of my knowledge and give a 30-45 or 60 minute talk on
Authentication in React + Router + Redux.
It would cover:
Redux and APIs - how to properly set up an API reducer to update all
your components when needed
Container Components - a way of implementing views (or Controllers from
Router and Authentication - redirecting user to /login or /dashboard
For me these points were the most important when switching from Angular
to React and at least in my opinion the official documentation doesn't
cover several concepts - like container/views - well enough. With this
knowledge you should be able to start using React not only for simple
widgets, but also for whole applications with routing.
I accept payment in Noisebridge stickers.
What do you think about this idea? Would you help me organize such an
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