Testing in React
Alex Lobera is founder at React GraphQL Academy, passionate about React, GraphQL, and testing! (yes testing!). Many developers struggle to write tests 1) quickly and 2) that increase their degree of confidence. Writing good tests requires writing good code. Writing good code that is easy to test requires a good understanding of programming principles and how they apply to the libraries of choice. Discussing principles is harder than discussing tools. In this talk, we'll discuss the principles that will make developers increase their test confidence when building React apps. I'll also use those principles to challenge some believes that the audience might have about certain testing libraries or methodologies.
Talk: Mobx-State-Tree - and what I know about it
With state-management at the core of every application, there have been many debates about which state-management to use. Our team is using mobx-state-tree in our React application. This talk is based on my experiences and aims to provide examples how to use mobx-state-tree (MST) in your application. MST is powered by Mobx and provides a quite opinionated approach to state management. A demonstration how to build your MST will show, how easily you can set it up in your app.
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