I went to REACTCONF17 . Here's the schedule . Here are the videos . Here are my notes: Keynote Tom Occhino, Jing Chen, and Sebastian Markbage 547,000 users have React DevTools installed. Facebook has 100s of React Native screens in production. Facebook uses React for many screens in the Facebook app. You can't tell the difference between what is and isn't using React Native. He said they're not done with React. They're going to "Innovate in place." There's always going to be an incremental path. You'll never have to rewrite from scratch. React Native at Facebook Benefits: Fast iteration Declarative views Cross-platform (and cross application) They couldn't rewrite the entire Facebook mobile app. Instead, they're incrementally adopting React Native. Things they focused on: Performance Parity (between iOS and Android) Developer experience The bundle size of their React Native app is 11MB, uncompressed. They do API fe
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