Our annual DevFest will be on November 25th.
We will start at 18h so you don't have to miss work or class to attend.
We will talk about:
-Stately and Composed
-State Management with MobX, it just works
- And more!
We will be using remo.co as a platform to allow smaller breakout sessions and ease discussions between us all before and after the talks. Presentations will be shorter in time to allow for more questions in the split groups. So come prepared with your questions and we will do our best to answer all of them.
Please joins our event here: https://live.remo.co/e/devfest-montreal-2020
by Etienne Caron
Libraries like RxJava, LiveData and Flow have made it easy to build, observe and react to data streams. But the story sours when you try to consume those streams with a static, XML-backed UI.
Jetpack Compose is the missing puzzle piece. We’ll soon have an excellent first-party solution that will make it easy to build reactive UIs with dynamic data streams.
In this session, we will explore how Jetpack Compose empowers us to push the envelope of UI and UX interactions. We’ll learn about State management, Unidirectional Data Flow, and how Jetpack Compose keeps things efficient while reacting to changes in your application State.
by Joshua maiquez de guzman
In this talk, I will cover MobX’s core principles and its practical usage. With the examples, you’ll see how intuitive and declarative MobX is when using it for your Flutter applications. Lastly, I will also share our team’s experience building an app for a startup, using MobX as its core state management tool.
Flutter and Dart GDE, Software Engineer
GDE - Android & Identity & Internet of Things
Etienne Caron is part of Google’s Developer Expert program, an instructor for Caster.io, and a freelance software development consultant.
Etienne has been an active member of the Android developer community in Montreal since 2010 and regularly devotes his time to mentoring startups, developers and students in the mobile space.