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October 2020 - Brahmos.js & Rendering React on the Edge with Flareact

Hey Everybody!  This October we're super excited to have Sudhanshu Yadav give a talk on Brahmos.js

As with our recent events we're keeping the best bits of what make our events special, our community. Before and after the talk you'll be invited to join breakout rooms of up to 15 people to have a bit of a social catchup with friends, colleagues and peers.

ℹ️ The Zoom link will become available in the countdown bar on this page 30 min before the start

17:30 - Join us for a chat in the breakout rooms
18:00 - Talk #1 - Sudhanshu Yadav - Brahmos.js - React without VDOM
18:45 - Talk #2 - Rendering React on the Edge with Flareact and Cloudflare Workers
19:30 - Wrap-up 
Talk #1

Brahmos.js - React without VDOM

React has a great declarative API and is quite fast for render and updates. But the performance can be improved further with a new rendering pattern inspired by lit-html and hyper-html. This talk will introduce a new JavaScript Library Brahmos which has a faster rendering pattern than VDOM but implement that with same well adopted React’s declarative API.

The talk will cover the idea behind the Brahmos, what Brahmos is trying to achieve, compare it with different libraries and compare the rendering pattern of Brahmos with React’s VDOM to explain how it can be a faster alternative to VDOM.

I will also present the current progress and future path for the Brahmos.
Talk #2

Rendering React on the Edge with Flareact and Cloudflare Workers

When building a JAMStack site, you're often confronted with a decision to either render a dynamic site on the client through traditional AJAX requests — or to render a dynamic site statically on the server. Each choice comes with a tradeoff: fresh content vs better performance.

Popular solutions like Next.js exist to solve this problem with incremental static regeneration, but Next.js isn't quite supported on a platform like Cloudflare Workers. That's why I built Flareact: a edge-rendered React framework built for Cloudflare Workers. It's modeled after Next.js, and it supports edge-rendering, static caching, and incremental static regeneration — and it comes with the benefits that Cloudflare Workers already offers, like infinite scalability and 0ms cold starts.

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