The latest React and React Native conferences on 99 videos — React Talks Digest Q3 2017

This post is the third React talks digest published on MeetupFeed this year with 99 recordings from the five most recent React and React Native conferences:

React Conferences Q3 2017

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Chain React 2017 — The React Native Conference (Portland, OR)

July 10-11. 2017.

PayPal Checkout with React Native (24:21)

Poornima Venkatakrishnan (PayPal)

This talk is a technical deep-dive of how we use react-native as a means to deliver Checkout experience in our open sourced Paypal SDK. It will also layout how react-native has given us the power to steer without merchants having to reintegrate and republish with every incremental SDK release.

 

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React meetup recordings from July, August and September — React Talks Digest Q3 2017

Finally the second React digest is going live with 28 talks from all the meetups we could find from July, August and September. Apparently Q3 had been busy with React conferences so this time we are publishing meetups and conferences in separate posts, with the Conference Edition coming next week. Making digests less overwhelming had been the most frequent feedback we have received so far so this is the first step in that direction. Hope you find it interesting.

What is MeetupFeed?

MeetupFeed is a monthly curation of recorded talks from the latest JS meetups and conferences. Currently we are covering Angular, React and VueJS and the list keeps growing every month.

Features:

  • All the talks are in English with video/audio quality being at least OK
  • Most of the talks have short descriptions, bio and attachments
  • For enabling some sort of Q&A, we have added the twitter profiles of all the speakers we could find
  • Pro tip: digests are quite long so you should consider using a Read it later app or YouTube’s Watch later playlist

React Talks Digest Q3 2017.

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Angular Talks Digest Q3 2017: A comprehensive collection of the most recent Angular meetup videos

The Angular Talks Digest Q3 is the second in MeetupFeed’s JS Talks series (VueJS went live last week, React is coming next week). This curation includes 45 Angular talks from meetups and conferences from July, August and September. After putting together this exciting collection of Angular talks, we have spent the last two weeks contacting speakers for descriptions, bio, slides and in some cases Github repos.

A huge thank you to all the speakers who helped us creating this digest!

Angular Talks Digest Q3

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All the recorded VueJS talks from the last three months — VueJS Talks Digest Q3 2017

After the wildly successful reception of the first React digest we are expanding our coverage with the three most popular front-end JS libraries/frameworks: Angular, React and Vue. Kicking off the series with the VueJS Talks Digest Q3, a collection of 20 recorded talks from meetups and conferences during July, August and September (hence the Q3 title).

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What’s next for the MeetupFeed Project?

Right after the first digest post went live three weeks ago, the MeetupFeed project got green-lighted immediately. The post’s wildly successful reception had been beyond all the expectations and we are thankful for all the positive feedbacks and shares. So what’s next for the MeetupFeed project? Our goal is quite simple: we want to help local tech communities’ shared knowledge (ie. talks) to find its way to its wider global communities. In order to achieve that goal, we will be working hard on making following and discovering meetups and conferences a more seamless experience. Also we hope to make the global tech community more open and more connected on the way. You will see what we mean by this in the following weeks. Continue reading “What’s next for the MeetupFeed Project?”

85 React talks recorded at meetups and conferences during Q2 — the first issue of MeetupFeed’s React Talks series

The React Talks Q2 report is the pilot episode (the S01E01) of the whole MeetupFeed project—a handpicked curation of 85 talks recorded at React meetups and conferences over the course of Q2.

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Welcome to MeetupFeed

 

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In mid-October we are launching MeetupFeed, a new blog for developers. MeetupFeed makes following global tech scenes a seamless experience by creating quarterly curations of the latest recorded talks from meetups and conferences.

What is MeetupFeed?

A blog for developers that shares recorded talks from meetups and conferences in an organized, informative form. In the second half of October we are publishing the first React and Angular reports and our goal is to regularly cover over 50 tech topics by the end of the year. In every report you will find a handpicked [set] of talks from the latest quarter.

To ensure that a report features only valuable content in informative form, a lot of extra work goes into creating them besides collecting videos from a technology’s events from a given timeframe. We are sorting-out the non-English videos and those with low audio or video quality, searching for more info (descriptions, slides, GitHub repos etc.) and contacting speakers to make sure their talks are described accurately.

The result is a comprehensive report of a technology’s most recent events with dozens of talks, detailed descriptions and all the useful links at hand.

Why are we doing this?

Making global tech communities more open is a win-win for both speakers and users. Speakers can reach a wider audience with their talks and users can seamlessly follow their global community’s shared knowledge and experiences.

We believe that these talks are invaluable sources not just for learning but also for following and discovering global communities. Not to mention that presenting in front of a real audience is the best filter to avoid BS and empty self-promotions which is a priceless feature nowadays. :)

 

Stay tuned, we hope you are going to enjoy the upcoming reports!