@bitcrowd GmbH, Oranienstraße 6, 10997, Berlin
welcome to the "Welcome Summer" edition of the ReactJS.berlin meetup! This time, we have a focus on UI-components and GraphQL. - Norbert de Langen is going to share the story of storybook with us, Michał Koźmiński on how to use it and react-styleguidist to keep styles consistent. On the GraphQL side, Nikolas Burk will give a talk about graphcool and permission and error handling.
Please visit the new website reactjs.berlin for more infos.
General schedule will be:
* 7:00 - Doors Open
* 7:25 - Short intro from the organizers
* 7:30 - 2 or 3 talks, each ~20 minutes + questions, break in between, afterwards opportunity for lightning talks
Please take note of our code of conduct: http://berlincodeofconduct.org/
"The story of Storybook" by Norbert de Langen React Storybook is a UI development environment for your React components. With it, you can visualise different states of your UI components and develop them interactively.
"Keeping styles consistent" by Michał Koźmiński Keeping track of consistent UI as codebase growths might be challenging. The talk will cover dealing with shared UI and how to prepare style guidelines. Comparing some of the popular solutions like react-storybook and react-styleguidist.
"Authentication, Permissions & Error Handling with GraphQL" by Nikolas Burk GraphQL is a new and declarative way of fetching and updating data. It’s currently replacing REST as an API standard by making client-server communication a lot more efficient and enabling new developer workflows that allow for rapid product iterations.