Date for Desert Code Camp - 2017.1  Saturday, October 14, 2017 8:00:00 AM - Saturday, October 14, 2017 6:00:00 PM

Single Page Apps with React

The traditional model of navigating between pages within a web app is both inelegant and dated. Modern apps are often designed around a single page model, where different views are loaded and unloaded into the same page. The single page model is greatly facilitated by the React library. In this section the basics of the React library will be reviewed through several code examples creates with React. This session will first examine the Automatics UI State Management features of React. React's model allowing lightening fast DOM manipulation will be looked at next, and finally how React's core API's allow the creation of a hierarchy of small visual components that can be composited to create a complex UI. Participants in this session will leave not only with a fundamental understanding of how React works and facilitates a single page model, but with several code examples they can use as the basis for their own exploration of React.

Track

Javascript/Node.js

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Presenters

Mark Lassoff

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Room
CHO-110
Time
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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