Introducing React Server Components!
By leveraging the server's capacity we can deliver components to the user faster. As well as reducing the load time, this increases efficiency as, for example, it means that the client no longer has to access the database directly. It also improves UX by preventing the "waterfall" effect by which components load one-at-a-time.
React Server Components are the React's team's response to server rendering instead of client based rendering. We will be touching on the fundamental differences between client and server side rendering and then look into the how React is approaching this differentiation, which is actually trickier than it may initially seem.
Adrian Braine, GDG Organizer
Tom Colvin, CTO
Kotlin aficionado. Java programmer of many years. Android fan. Recently, also Chromebook fan (bit late to the party on that one). GDG Hants and Surrey (UK) lead. CTO for Conseal Security and Apptaura.
Lewis Oaten, CTO
Alexandru-Eugen Toma, REACT Developer
Currently in my placement year. I really enjoy and have broad experience in creating software, especially producing novel solutions to complex problems, which require creativity and deep thinking.
Ashish Bhandari, Market Quality Engineer
Android Enthusiast and Java, Kotlin Lover. Developed OTT, media-based apps for Settop-Boxes, Android TV, and for mobile devices.
Love exploring new Android architectures and ways of modular-based programming.
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