Hi folks! Thanks for choosing to join us for another online edition of BrisJS! Monday we have a great speaker who'll take you through the night, live streaming with our usual interactive options for Q&A :)
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We're still all online for the time being, and we still really need more volunteers, so please don't be shy, do get in touch for next month or beyond!
Gatsby & Typescript: blazingly static - Sarah Smith (GH: sarah-j-smith) - 30m Sarah is a wonderful polyglot software engineer in our Brisbane scene and has even presented with us before on the advent of TensorFlow JS. Tonight however, Sarah lends her veteran experience into taking us through learning about Gatsby JS - the static site delivery framework based on React. In this particular take, you can have your static sites with static types! TypeScript fans (or just the curious) can see how you can use both Gatsby and TS together to achieve good results.
TypeScript + GraphQL - Aaron Powell (@slace) - 20m When building with GraphQL you define the schema up front and this can be really handy go use when it comes to writing the queries, resolvers, etc., especially if it's in TypeScript. So, how do you go about doing the type generation? We'll take a look at a tool that can generate you the TypeScript types, then implement our backend using them before looking at how they can plug into the front end with React Hooks. We'll cap off by learning how to model our storage platform effectively using its own types and combine them with the GraphQL schema types.
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