How hard is it to make your own state management library? By using React hooks, Context and other open source projects you can easily build your own useful library.
I wanted first class TypeScript support, immutable data, zero boilerplate and hassle free wiring. I built it in a few dozen lines of code: Immutable Context.
I'll demo how to use it via a Code Sandbox demo, how it works under the hood and then look at some lessons learned, with suggestions on how to build your own state management library in 2019.
I'm a polyglot developer and data scientist. I've built lots of apps, for example this iPhone app for Isometric graphics. My website/blog is www.amimetic.co.uk. I work with React/React Native at JPMorgan. My Twitter handle is @complexview
An overview of ML in JS and what I was able to do with it.
How and why would use Machine Learning in NodeJS.
I’ll go over some general concepts in ML and then dive into how I leveraged limdu and created a multi-label classifier (called ac-learn) and how you can do the same. All while seeing how fun and amazing it can be.
The talk would be focused on giving you the pointers and tools to solve problems where ML is usually the best solution as well as how you can hit the ground running.
I'm a Computer Science placement student working at BWC in Project Management, Web Dev and various other things (e.g. GDPR and IT support). I've been working with JS for about 7 years and with NodeJS for about 3 years and simply love almost everything about it.