Logux: Redux actions on the server

At Seattle JS, in Seattle, Washington, United States

What if we can remove all our code for AJAX and, instead of AJAX calls, just synchronize Redux actions between the client and server—and between clients? Or what if our server could create Redux actions for the client, and the client could receive and process them the next time it goes online?

Andrey Sitnik, the creator of PostCSS and Autoprefixer, will speak about his new open source project, which mixes ideas from Redux, CRDT, and distributed systems to bring you a replacement for AJAX and GraphQL.


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A product development consultancy that works with startups and established businesses, while also creating open source-based products and services