I believe this new version looks a bit more polished and easy to understand, plus it features a number of other relevant changes and improvements:
- Updated to
React Router 4and
- Using pure components where possible
- Better structure of components
- Top-down data propagation
If you missed the event (or if you are simply curious to hear my ”sicilian-english” accent 👌) you can check out the video recording of the talk, just published by the lovely folks at Codemotion:
If you are interested in checking out the slides (and explore all the links in it!) you can find them on Slides.com:
I was very happy to know that the feedback from the audience was pretty awesome, let me quote the email I received from the organisers:
At this edition of Codemotion Rome we’ve tried to get the most out of attendees feedback by gathering as candid opinions as possible.
122 people attended your session, among them, 80% rated it as “Good”, 20% as “Neutral” and 1% as “Bad”.
Such a shame I couldn’t make that 1 or 2 people happy, but that only means that there is still room for improvement, I’ll try harder next time :)
As usual, the biggest thank you goes to the organisers of the event for giving me another precious chance to be there on the stage. Then, huge thanks to my great friends Alessandro Cinelli (@cirpo), Andrea Mangano (@andreaman87), Aleksandar Čambas and Peter Caulfield (@quasi_modal) for reviewing my slide deck and for giving me invaluable advice!
Feel free to leave any question or comment below in the comments section.
See you soon! 🤘