[Noisebridge-discuss] Event proposition: Authentication in React.js + Redux
Jeffrey Carl Faden
jeffreyatw at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 04:07:15 UTC 2016
It looks like Church is available that Wednesday evening (the Art With Software class only meets on the first Wednesday of each month).
Church, Turing, and the Hackatorium all have projectors, with HDMI/AirPlay/Chromecast hookups.
Just go ahead and put an event on the “upcoming events” section, and announce it on Noisebridge-discuss, Noisebridge-announce, and WebDev. You can take a look at the archives of these mailing lists to see what similar class announcements look like:
If you’d like, we can also give you access to the Meetup group for Noisebridge so you can post your event there.
> On Apr 19, 2016, at 7:20 PM, alxd <alxd at alxd.org> wrote:
> Would 7 pm on Wednesday 27th be okay? Is there any room with a projector available? If not, I could try hosting something with Slides.com / Reveal.js with websockets. I can see that the Turing Classroom is taken as well as Church room from 7:30 on.
> I've never been to Noisebridge before and would be grateful for your guidance :)
> Best regards,
> On 2016-04-19 10:52, Jeffrey Faden wrote:
>> Hi Pawel,
>> You should feel free to set a time on Noisebridge's upcoming events
>> list and announce the class via this list, the announce list, and the
>> WebDev mailing list.
>> From: alxd <alxd at alxd.org>
>> Sent: Monday, April 18, 2016 7:20 PM
>> Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Event proposition: Authentication in
>> React.js + Redux
>> To: <noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net>
>> My name is Pawel 'alxd' Chojnacki and I'm a hacker community activist
>> and a front/full-stack developer usually based in Warsaw, Poland. I
>> to help running Warsaw Hackerspace, and now I'm traveling the world
>> working remotely (X-Team and Riot Games) and helping local Spaces,
>> especially members of http://globalinnovationgathering.com in Africa
>> the south hemisphere.
>> I'm coming to San Francisco for a week between 23rd and 30th of April
>> and I've noticed that the Front End classes taking place in
>> are covering React.js in which I've been working for some time. I
>> love to share some of my knowledge and give a 30-45 or 60 minute talk
>> Authentication in React + Router + Redux.
>> It would cover:
>> Redux and APIs - how to properly set up an API reducer to update all
>> your components when needed
>> Container Components - a way of implementing views (or Controllers
>> Router and Authentication - redirecting user to /login or /dashboard
>> whenever necessary
>> For me these points were the most important when switching from
>> to React and at least in my opinion the official documentation doesn't
>> cover several concepts - like container/views - well enough. With this
>> knowledge you should be able to start using React not only for simple
>> widgets, but also for whole applications with routing.
>> I accept payment in Noisebridge stickers.
>> What do you think about this idea? Would you help me organize such an
>> Noisebridge-discuss mailing list
>> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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