Videos dedicated to the discussion of React and the React ecosystem.
In the keynote, we shared our vision for the future of React starting with React 18.
For a demo of upgrading to React 18, see Shruti Kapoor’s talk here:
React 18 also includes improvements to server-side rendering performance using Suspense.
Streaming server rendering lets you generate HTML from React components on the server, and stream that HTML to your users. In React 18, you can use
Suspense to break down your app into smaller independent units which can be streamed independently of each other without blocking the rest of the app. This means users will see your content sooner and be able to start interacting with it much faster.
For a deep dive, see Shaundai Person’s talk here:
For React 18, we created our first Working Group to collaborate with a panel of experts, developers, library maintainers, and educators. Together we worked to create our gradual adoption strategy and refine new APIs such as
For an overview of this work, see Aakansha’ Doshi’s talk:
To support the new features in this release, we also announced the newly formed React DevTools team and a new Timeline Profiler to help developers debug their React apps.
For more information and a demo of new DevTools features, see Brian Vaughn’s talk:
Looking further into the future, Xuan Huang (黄玄) shared an update from our React Labs research into an auto-memoizing compiler. Check out this talk for more information and a demo of the compiler prototype:
We also heard talks on learning and designing with React:
- Debbie O’Brien: Things I learnt from the new React docs.
- Sarah Rainsberger: Learning in the Browser.
- Linton Ye: The ROI of Designing with React.
- Delba de Oliveira: Interactive playgrounds with React.
Talks from the Relay, React Native, and PyTorch teams:
- Robert Balicki: Re-introducing Relay.
- Eric Rozell and Steven Moyes: React Native Desktop.
- Roman Rädle: On-device Machine Learning for React Native
And talks from the community on accessibility, tooling, and Server Components:
- Daishi Kato: React 18 for External Store Libraries.
- Diego Haz: Building Accessible Components in React 18.
- Tafu Nakazaki: Accessible Japanese Form Components with React.
- Lyle Troxell: UI tools for artists.
- Helen Lin: Hydrogen + React 18.
A playlist of videos from React Conf 2019.
A playlist of videos from React Conf 2018.
A playlist of videos from React.js Conf 2017.
A playlist of videos from React.js Conf 2016.
A playlist of videos from React.js Conf 2015.
Tom Occhino and Jordan Walke introduce React at Facebook Seattle - (2013 - 1h20m).