Thai Pangsakulyanont: Smells In React Apps - JSConf.Asia 2018





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Published on Feb 6, 2018

Recognizing code smells is an important skill that helps you build maintainable software. This talk is about code and design smells in React applications, based on the experience working in a 2-year-old project with more than 900 components.

Thai is a front-end architect at Taskworld. He’s interested in the ways of building better software with better design, and helps organizing a React meetups in Bangkok. He likes to code and make music for fun. He also develops an open-source web-based rhythm game in his free time.

JSConf.Asia - Capitol Theatre, Singapore - 27 January 2018

Source: https://2018.jsconf.asia/

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