Our next online meetup
Relay core team community Q&A
This entire meetup is dedicated to a community Q&A with the Relay core team. We're joined by Joe Savona and a few more members of the team, and together we'll discuss and explore what the core team is up to and excited about in 2021. We'll also try and have as many questions from the community answered as time allows.
Here's a list of things we'll cover:
- The Relay hooks API going stable in H1 2021
- React Server Components + Relay
- An open source release of the new Rust based Relay compiler
- Relay IDE support (LSP) currently being worked on
- Partial rendering (currently experimental)
Got questions for the Q&A? Please DM them to us on Twitter. Don't have Twitter? Join our Discord and PM me (Gabriel Nordeborn#8445) your questions there instead. We'll try and have as many questions as possible answered!
Your natural place for Relay content
The Relay community, while fairly modest in size, is thriving, full of innovation, and as active as ever. This meetup is both a celebration of Relay, as well as a natural place for people using Relay to gather and share knowledge.
Every month we'll host an event filled with interesting and actionable content on using Relay. All events are fully remote, so anyone can join on equal terms from anywhere in the world.
All events are broadcasted live on YouTube, and recorded so you can watch them at any time.
Presentations and interviews
The first part of each meetup will feature presentations or interviews with members of the Relay community.
Presentations can be anything from explanations of concepts, to case studies of Relay usage in the wild, to live coding demos of interesting and cool things in and around Relay.
A hands-on theme
The second part of each meetup will focus on a particular aspect of using Relay as hands-on as we can. Together with a panel of experienced Relay users, bringing invaluable industry expertise, we'll discuss best practices and surface valuable knowledge for solving the particular problem we're discussing.
Follow this link to see a list of themes we've planned to cover on upcoming meetups.
Want to present or participate in some other way on an upcoming meetup? Reach out to Gabriel on Twitter (DMs are open).
Don't hesitate to reach out even if you don't have a clear idea of what you'd like to participate with - we'll figure it out together. Sometimes the most simple things or mundane things are the most valuable.
Hi! My name is Gabriel, and I host the Relay Meetup. I'm a long-time user of Relay, and I've been involved with Relay and the Relay community in various capacities throughout the years.
I'm also a partner at Arizon, an IT-consultancy in Stockholm, Sweden.
We love Relay at Arizon, and we want to give back to the Relay community somehow. That's why we decided to launch this meetup, to help provide a natural place for the Relay community to gather.