In this React meetup we have three talks on the navigation router by Graham Mendick, building single page applications by Keith Woods and the Pros and Cons of static typing with Alexey Golev.
If React isn't like any other UI library, why is its de facto router inspired by Ember? Don't get me wrong, Ember's router is great...for Ember. Not for React. React deserves a new router. One that gives you back ownership of your components and that lets you pass in props. Welcome to the Navigation router and its data-first approach to routing.
What does it take to build a complex single page application (SPA)? How do you model state in a way that can be reasoned with yet scales with functionality and remains maintainable? How do you separate your view code from your state and update state in a deterministic manor? We'll answer these questions using a real world open source sample application, Reactive Trader, build on React and Evented State Processor (esp-js).