It's time for a revolution in data-first frontend frameworks, which relegate React to what it does best: rendering and diffing DOM nodes. Values in, actions out. No useState. No useEffect.
In practice, this means adopting a data layer as the core of your application.
In our upcoming webinar about the Data-fist Frontend revolution with Kea, you will:
- Learn about the three layers in frontend web development: Input, Data and View.
- Learn to build a simple app, using Kea as the data layer, and React as the view layer.
- Learn what all ClojureScript frontend frameworks got right, and why it's a bad idea to store app state in React components.