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Entering the new era of Front-end development with ReactJS

March 03, 2016

Entering the new era of Front-end development with ReactJS

Video recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9HYmlx6JB8

ReactJS is not just yet another framework to be forgotten after few years, it shifts the concepts of modern front-end development giving us the scalability and control we always strived about.

Robert will guide you through key concepts of ReactJS based applications covering all aspects of full stack development and maintenance. This includes component development approach, deep integrated into ReactJS architecture and React Native, which allows to reuse most of UI code, still using the power of Native UI.


March 03, 2016

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