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Devnexus 2015 - React.js: Super-fast Single Page Web Applications by Pratik Patel

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React.js is a view library from Facecbook for building performant user-interfaces in JavaScript. In this session, we’ll explore React.js and understand why it’s a great step forward for building complex UI’s that run fast. We’ll code up an example web application using React.js and step through the basics of using the library while discussing concepts like the virtual DOM and components.


Pratik Patel is the CTO of Atlanta based TripLingo (http://www.triplingo.com/). He wrote the first book on ‘enterprise Java’ in 1996, “Java Database Programming with JDBC.” He has also spoken at various conferences and participates in several local tech groups and startup groups. He’s in the startup world now and hacks iOS, Android, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Rails, and ….. well everything except Perl.

Pratik’s specialty is in large-scale applications for mission-critical and mobile applications use. He has designed and built applications in the retail, health care, financial services, and telecoms sectors. Pratik holds a master’s in Biomedical Engineering from UNC, has worked in places such as New York, London, and Hong Kong, and currently lives in Atlanta, GA.

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