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  • The Fundamentals of Flow in 10-ish Minutes

    Speaker: https://twitter.com/bookercodes Flow is a static type checker for JavaScript (an otherwise dynamically-typed language). You can think of it as a productivity tool that catches common errors before they run. Take the infamous "'Undefined' is not a function" error as an example. When writing vanilla JavaScript, you would have to wait until runtime to receive this arduous error. Flow - on ...

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  • Getting Started with Pusher and Laravel Echo

    We collaborated with The Skater Dev to produce a video we think you're really going to enjoy.... In this video, The Skater Dev teaches you how build a realtime comment feed using Laravel, Laravel Echo, and the Pusher Laravel Echo integration. He also touches on Vue.js - an up-and-coming front-end MVVM framework. You can find the complete code and documentation on GitHub: https://github.com/davzi...

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  • WebVR: How to create virtual worlds with JavaScript

    The era of Virtual Reality computing is about to begin. Analysts forecast that VR will become a $30 billion industry by 2020. It's also a lot of fun. Let's learn how to build virtual reality web applications for Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard, using the new WebVR API along with Mozilla's A-Frame and Three.js. ▼ Speaker ▼ Peter O'Shaughnessy (@poshaughnessy) ▼ Event ▼ This talk was part of...

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  • A CSS Eulogy - Front-End London

    It’s time to say goodbye to again, only this time it's not to enemies (Internet Explorer 6 and 7), but old friends. In this talk, Mike Riethmuller (@MikeRiethmuller) gives a eulogy for some much loved design patterns and techniques we love but sadly don’t need anymore. Warning ⚠️: Mike says "This will be an emotional experience and you might cry" ▼ Speaker ▼ Mike Riethmuller (@MikeRiethmuller...

  • Should designers learn to code? - Front-End London

    The debate for whether designers should learn to code is not brand new anymore, however, it is a question that still keeps arising and baffling many. In today's so ever changing digital climate it is quite difficult to pin point what exactly one should do. So how can we go about finding a solution? ▼ Speaker ▼ Kristina Olivia (https://twitter.com/Kristirspbrry). ▼ Event ▼ This talk was part of...

  • HTTP/2 What, where, why and when?! - Front-End London

    The onset of HTTP/2 is upon us. Now over 75% of your users browsers support the low-latency transfer protocol, yet adoption has been slow. What does this really mean for us as frontend developers? How can we utilise H2’s features to deliver fast experiences? Have our best practices become anti-patterns? What is the tooling landscape like and will we need to change our existing build systems? Ove...

  • GraphQL with Redux - JS Monthly London

    In his talk, Michael talks about the benefits of GraphQL and how it makes requesting data from the front-end more powerful. Why Facebook saw the need to build Relay , a central store that keeps all server responses in one place and finally he makes the case for replacing it with Redux, a very common flux implementation these days. ▼ Speaker ▼ Michael Langmayr ▼ Event ▼ This talk was part of ...

  • Async in Redux - JS Monthly London

    Redux is usually taught with synchronous actions, these are easier to understand and learn about, however as developers of web apps we tend to deal with asynchronous actions a lot more often. In this talk we will be comparing 3 libraries to help with asynchronous actions in redux applications: redux-thunk, redux-promise and redux-saga. We will compare the different approaches used by these librari...

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