React Native EU 2018

Conference

September 5-6th 2018

Workshops - September 3-4th
Networking party - September 5th
Wroclaw, Poland
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Conference

First community conference in Europe, focused exclusively on React Native. Community, core contributors, insights, networking and tons of knowledge - that's all waiting for you in one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, Wroclaw.

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Speakers

  • PEGGY RAYZIS
    PEGGY RAYZIS APOLLO

    Peggy is an open source engineer at Apollo, where she builds tools to help make GraphQL accessible to more people. She's also the author of react-native-create-bridge, and an accomplished speaker & blogger.

  • KURTIS KEMPLE
    KURTIS KEMPLE

    React / React Native / GraphQL enthusiast, co-organizer of @NYCGraphQL, and creator of react-native-sideswipe.

  • ALEXEY KUREEV
    ALEXEY KUREEV WERKSPOT

    Alexey is a software engineer passionate about React, React Native and their ecosystem. Co-author of RNPM. Author of articles "How to create your own native bridge".

  • GANT LABORDE
    Gant Laborde Infinite Red

    Gant Laborde is a software consultant, adjunct professor, published author, and award-winning speaker. He volunteers as a mentor, an “open sourcerer”, and aspires to one day become a mad scientist. His React Native prowess is prevalent through blogs, videos, and maintainer status in popular repositories. His title is Chief Technology Strategist for Infinite Red. Follow Gant’s adventures at http://gantlaborde.com/

  • Quinlan Jung
    Quinlan Jung EXPO

    Quinlan is a software engineer at Expo, an open source toolchain built around React Native. She’s previously worked on the Elastic Block Store at Amazon Web Services.

  • Harry Tormey
    Harry Tormey

    Harry is an experienced Mobile Software Engineer who has worked at prominent Bay Area companies such as Apple and Facebook. At Facebook he worked as an iOS engineer on both the search and commerce teams building customer facing features that shipped in the main Facebook app. At Apple he worked on the Core Audio team where he specialized in frameworks for multimedia Desktop and Mobile Applications. Harry has also shipped a number of React Native applications and runs a consultancy that specializes in mobile development and training. Harry has trained and consulted at organizations ranging in size from startups to fortune 500 companies.

  • Ken Wheeler
    Ken Wheeler Formidable Labs

    Director of Open Source at Formidable and the author of libraries like Slick Carousel, McFly, react-music, webpack-dashboard, Spectacle.

  • Samuli Hakoniemi
    Samuli Hakoniemi Punos Mobile

    Samuli is a long time entrepreneur who's in deep love with React Native. He works mostly with start-ups and also keeps himself busy by organising events in Finland.

  • Jani Eväkallio
    Jani Eväkallio Formidable Labs

    Jani, a veteran of the Frontend Framework wars, has earned his battle scars writing JavaScript on the bleeding edge for the last decade. Today, he leads a team building cross-stack React mobile and web apps at Formidable London. He gets childishly excited about beautiful user interactions and design tools. In his spare time, he performs improvised comedy and speaks at conferences advocating for the React ecosystem, particularly React Native and GraphQL.

  • Mateusz Zatorski
    Mateusz Zatorski Callstack

    Software engineer with a passion for learning and solving unique problems. Lately exploring the ReasonML world. After work you’ll most likely find him on the volleyball court.

  • Eric Vicenti
    Eric Vicenti

    Creator of Aven, a full-stack framework for web and React Native apps. Author and maintainer of React Navigation with Expo. Formerly on Facebook’s open source team and the React Native team.

  • Krzysztof Magiera
    Krzysztof Magiera Software Mansion

    Ex-facebooker and co-creator of React Native. Now as a head of mobile at Software Mansion working on performance focused improvements for animations and gesture handling to React Native and Expo.

  • Matt Hargett
    Matt Hargett PlayStation

    Matt Hargett has been programming for over 30 years. He lives in San Francisco with his husband, daughter, and dog. His music can be found on all digital storefronts as “the making of the making of”.

Workshops

Each workshop day will end around 6 PM CEST.


The workshops ticket includes the whole, 2-day session. On the second day, you can chose freely between the workshops from both tracks.

September 3th

Registration
Mateusz Zatorski
Callstack

Getting Started with React Native [an all-day session]

About the workshop

With React Native, you don't build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”. You build a real mobile app that's indistinguishable from an app built using Objective-C or Java. React Native uses the same fundamental UI building blocks as regular iOS and Android apps. You just put those building blocks together using JavaScript and React. In this workshop you'll learn from a React Native core-contributor as he guides you through the framework, ecosystem, syntax, and best practices to build a real-world application.

Topics
  • Introduction to React Native (setting up project, tools, debug)
  • Quick glance at the standard app
  • Core components (layout, styling)
  • Lists (ScrollView, ListView)
  • Navigation
  • Animations
  • Native modules
Note

Before the workshop, please follow the installation instructions to prepare all the software dependencies. macOS devices are preferred, but *nix and Windows powered machines would also work, although you won't be able to build iOS applications. No React Native knowledge is required. Participants should be familiar with Javascript and ideally, basics of React. We will do a quick introduction to both before we start though.

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Environment setup instructions prerequisites

September 4th

I track
Jani Eväkallio & Phil Plückthun
Formidable Labs

Advanced React Native Interactions & Animations

About the workshop

Animations and interactions are what brings your apps alive and make them feel native.

In last year's workshop we covered the basics of the Animated and PanResponder APIs. This year we'll jump right into practice and cover the latest React Native tools for interactive animation!

Topics
  • Low-level animations with react-native-reanimated
  • Declarative gestures with react-native-gesture-handler
  • Implementing custom scene transitions for React Navigation
Note

Familiarity with React Native development will help you get the most out of this workshop.

Nikolas Burk
Prisma

Building Fullstack Apps with GraphQL & Apollo

About the workshop

GraphQL has drastically changed the way how we interact with APIs by providing a strongly-typed layer for client-server communication. This notably improves performance by letting clients request the specific data they need using a simple and declarative syntax. Thanks to the GraphQL schema which serves as the contract for all possible API operations, GraphQL further introduces many benefits to local development workflows (such as compile-time error checks and editor auto-completion) and the overall API tooling space.

In this workshop, you will learn how to
  • Design a GraphQL schema
  • Build and deploy a GraphQL server with Node (or TypeScript) and GraphQL bindings
  • Tie your React components to the GraphQL API using Apollo Client
  • Interact with the API in realtime using GraphQL subscriptions
  • Make the most out of existing GraphQL tools"
II track
Vladimir Novick

Building Augmented Reality game with React Native

About the workshop

Augmented Reality is not only a buzzword, it's also a global trend, lots of companies invest into. Last year Apple and Google introduced ArKit and ArCore as iOS and Android solutions for building mobile apps. In this workshop we will see how we can use these frameworks from within React Native application and will build an Augmented reality game.

Nader Dabit
AWS

Building Cloud Enabled React Native Applications with AWS Amplify

About the workshop

AWS has many services that help mobile application developers abstract away complex functionality such as User Authentication, Push Notifications, and Storage. In this workshop, we'll look at how to leverage powerful AWS services using the Amplify library in a React Native environment.

Conference agenda

September 5th

September 6th

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Venue

Wroclaw Congress Center
Wroblewskiego 1
Wroclaw, 50-001

HalaStulecia HalaStulecia

Wroclaw

Pronounciation: /ˈvrɒtswɑːf/

How to get to Wroclaw

By Plane

The airport is located 10 km from the city center. You can get to the city center by the bus, but you can also find car rental companies on the arrival.

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By Train

Conference venue is located across the street from the city’s main railway station.

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By Bus

The bus station is placed 800 m from the conference venue and operates international services to many European countries.

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By Car

Wroclaw is located at the crossroads of many national and international routes, such as: 5, 35, 94, 98, A8, E67, E261, A4, E40.

Poland

Important info

Typical weather in September

20°C/11°C

Electricity

Power sockets type E
Voltage 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz

Daily accommodation and food cost.

300-400 PLN on average
(70 - 95 EUR)

Tourist attractions

  • Wroclaw ZOO and Africarium
    Wroclaw ZOO and Africarium

    Poland's first oceanarium and the only one in the world dedicated to flora and fauna of just one continent.

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  • Market Square
    Market Square

    One of the most beautiful old market squares in Europe, with the Old Town Hall and one of the oldest restaurants in Europe.

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  • Ostrów Tumski
    Ostrów Tumski

    Probably most popular tourist attraction in Wroclaw. The original urban settlement with old gas lanterns and Odra water cruises.

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  • Hydropolis
    Hydropolis

    Water science museum with multimedia and interactive installations, one of only few of this type in the world.

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  • Kolejkowo
    Kolejkowo

    The largest railway model in Poland, featuring Wrocław and Lower Silesia with its railways in miniature.

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  • Polinka
    Polinka

    Fly across the Odra river with Wroclaw University Of Technology’s cableway.

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