Front-end developer with 7 years of experience in various areas of web programming at XBSoftware. Started like everyone with PHP and making a layout with tables. I am an experimenter and a passionate admirer of coffee, graph theory, typed programming languages and the philosophy of Immanuel Kant.
In the modern world of Frontend, programmers don't often encounter the calculation of the asymptotic complexity of algorithms, or creation and traversal of various trees and graphs. In practice, such tasks are extremely rare and are solved by a small number of developers to achieve super-performance.
But it isn't a reason for you to not know them)
In my talk, I'll cover data structures and corresponding algorithms that change Frontend. I'll tell you about trees and their comparison using examples like React/Preact/Inferno, immutable collections, for example, Immutable.js, and also queue and stack with the example of React Fiber.