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Build Minesweeper Game Using React
Thursday, September 20th @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pmFree
This Meetup will focus on building the classic Minesweeper game with React. It promises to be a very practical and fun workshop!
Please bring your laptop with following software already installed in it:
- Node JS: Please download and install from the link https://nodejs.org/en/ download/
- VisualCode: Please download and install from the link: https://code. visualstudio.com/download
- Basic React App. Please follow instructions and create a basic react app on your machine: https://github.com/ facebook/create-react-app
React is a UI library developed at Facebook to facilitate the creation of interactive, stateful and reusable UI components. It is used at Facebook in production and Instagram is written entirely in React.
WHAT IS REACT?
React is an UI library developed at Facebook to facilitate the creation of interactive, stateful and reusable UI components. It is used at Facebook in production, and Instagram.com is written entirely in React.
One of its unique selling points is that not only does it perform on the client side, but it can also be rendered server side, and they can work together inter-operably.
It also uses a concept called the Virtual DOM that selectively renders subtrees of nodes based upon state changes. It does the least amount of DOM manipulation possible in order to keep your components up to date.
I am working as a Senior Technical Prime in Lixar IT Inc. I have held many jobs before including Senior Java Consultant in CGI where I led 13 senior developers team; Senior Software Engineer in BlackBerry and Senior Technical Consultant in Liberty Mutual Insurance in my past career. I have 10 years of professional software development experience so I enjoy being a technology guru when it comes to Java. My past career is filled with multiple achievements and working in different challenging environments. I earned many performance awards while working with my previous companies and was a key member of the team. My managers have always trusted me with the work quality and I always have delivered based on their expectations. My key areas of strength are designing frameworks and making robust architectures. I want to continue improving my skills and want to become an enterprise architect in near future.
Please register for this event on the organizer’s Meetup page