18-19 August 2018
Using experimental CSS features in production is a web developer dream!
Afterward, you will be able to develop polyfills for a feature from spec draft or create cool backgrounds with code, with safe fallbacks that you can use in production right now.
This will be a talk on writing declarative controllers and services leveraging RxJS’s functional programming style with the new 6 API.“
CORS is an integral security concept of every browser - which can be unfortunately very complex. When creating complex JS applications, it is important to understand the fundamentals of CORS and its implications to security and performance of your application.
During the creation of our cloud-based Content Management System Scrivito (https://scrivito.com) which uses ReactJS, we’ve learned a lot about CORS and CSPs – and that getting it right can has severe performance implications, which can impact your JS application.
He will give the audience an introduction to these topics and also give practical tips concerning the do’s and don’t.
In this talk, Piotr will provide an overview of serverless architecture, its benefits and common misconceptions. We will focus on AWS services (AWS AppSync, AWS Lambda, Amazon Cognito and AWS Amplify) to dig into the implementation details.
Bulding apps with realtime and offline capabilities is costly and challenging. Will AWS AppSync help us? Why should we be exited? Join the session and find out 🙂
6 minutes per lightning talk only.
This presentation will try to answer following questions:
and bitecode as well. Join me, and discover the power of the built-in type
system and functional programming features. You’ll see for yourself how easy it
is to build a React app using Reason as we’ll go through the source code of
such app. In doing so, you’ll learn Reason’s core principles as well.
Description: Learn how with a little bit of effort you can level up your career and start working on blockchain-enabled, decentralized applications (dApps) and be at the forefront of Web 3.0 revolution.
There are plenty of fears and prejudice around web accessibility. Unfortunately, it’s often is considered as something complicated and people are avoiding doing it as something expensive and not reasonable.
I’ll try to convince you that making several simple steps can dramatically improve the experience for users with limited possibilities. We’ll talk about standards, current implementation, and some hints how to get it done easily avoiding typical pitfalls.
I currently work on a team that is heavily saturated with React. Understanding state management, application design, and structural patterns allow us to build scalable, sustainable apps, and develop robust, streamlined processes.
This talk aims to share some insights that might help the community build better software together.
… or is it? But what does it even mean for a web app to be better than the other one? Do devs, Q&A and users understand a “good web app” in the same way? When and why web can be better than native for mobile devices (yes yes, we will mention PWAs)? What tools can help us make our apps better and in which areas?
In this talk I would like to outline big picture on those topics mixed with my own hands-on project experiences and share practices/tools that might help you build modern web apps better. There will be more… but let me keep that for the talk itself :P
This year, GrillJS will be located on Wzgórze Andersa in Wrocław. The hill is 2.5 kilometers from the city center. In the near distance there are hotels, restaurants, shops and AquaPark.
Wrocław is the largest town in western Poland. The city's major tourist attractions are: Panorama Racławicka, Ostrów Tumski , Wroclaw's fountain, Wroclaw's Dwarfs and Old Town-Historic Center.Show on maps
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