Redux pattern is well-known in front end development to represent a view with complex logic with an immutable state, updated by a predictable pure function.
In this lightning talk, Chris will discuss how to implement the redux pattern in a Blazor WebAssembly project using Fluxor with the latest .NET 5 and C# capabilities to implement the states, actions, and reducers.
About the speakers
Chris is a software architect specialising in web development, specialising in Angular, .NET Core, and NodeJS. He is also experienced in many other technologies, such as Google Firebase, HTML & CSS, Java/Kotlin, SQL, Python, and Android.
Additionally, Chris is also experienced in embedded devices - particularly real-time systems and IoT device design and integration. Chris is experienced in interfacing real-world hardware with software, delivering the information gathered to the cloud.
He also follows mobile and web technology news around the world, keeping up-to-date with the latest technologies. Chris is always happy to discuss and share his knowledge.
His hobbies include nature photography and gaming, in addition to participating as a singer in his community choir.
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