Developing a front end, reactive programming framework is fraught with challenges. Race conditions, infinite loops and UI lock are just some of the issues that your favourite reactive frameworks have dealt with in their respective implementations of reactivity.
New JS language features and APIs have opened up better ways of solving these problems, and we will be taking a look at some of these and how they might be used to write the next generation of reactive programming framework.
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The Next Generation of Reactive Programming
Jason’s passion for the digital world has taken him across the entire spectrum of the creative process, from conceptualisation to implementation. Jason is now a Principal Developer at Threads Styling, building the system to manage social content that will power the future of chat commerce. While Jason is engaged in all stages of the development of this mission-critical application, he also finds time to get his colleagues playing the odd board game at lunch too.