What’s does a mouse drag event have in common with an Array of numbers?
The answer to this question may surprise you: they are both collections.
Using just a few functions, you will learn how to do the following:
- Declaratively build complex events out of simple events (ex. drag n’ drop)
- Coordinate and sequence multiple Ajax requests
- Reactively update UI’s in response to data changes
- Eliminate memory leaks caused by neglecting to unsubscribe from events
- Gracefully propagate and handle asynchronous exception
Is 2015 the year of Virtual Reality? Experts suggest that VR will be a 5.2B industry within the next 2 years - but right now, the majority of VR development tools require heavy game engines and specialized desktops.
The battle between native and web rages on. The browsers are fighting hard to tear down the benefits that native
developers have relied on since the inception of mobile platforms. Geolocation, sorted. Accelerometer, done.
Performance, we'll come back to that. But one of the greatest draws for native developers has been push notifications,
for the web,
email alerts just don't cut it.
But now, new in browsers for 2015, is the Service Worker. Born out of the struggle to make the Appcache work for offline capable sites it has also brought the advent of push notifications to the web. Through building up an example application live we will see how to implement the Service Worker to not only serve up an app when we're offline but enhance the online experience with push notifications.
The battle may continue, but the web is definitely pushing back.
If extensive libraries and even the tiniest module followed SemVer strictly, dependency hell would be a thing of the past … but humans weren’t made to follow rules.
Web apps are great and everything, but imagine using JS to fly drones and make them dance to the sounds of dubstep! Or to control disco lights and other robots! Sounds fun, right? In this talk, we will not only explore how we can write code to make this possible, but it will also be full of exciting, interactive (and possibly dangerous ;) ) demos!
This talk will teach you a magic trick.
It will show you to stop our communities from breaking apart. Studies have shown that half the women who enter the technology field will over time leave. HALF! What’s happening? How did we get here? What can we do?
In my talk I will show you how we can fix the diversity problem, and why we should care. I'll tell you a true story about about role models, broken stereotypes - and cat gifs.
How to build community-driven initiatives that change our world. And the best part is: Everyone can do it. In one day.
Exploring MV*, user interfaces, unidirectional dataflow, reactive and functional programming
Get started coding real-time graphics in the browser with WebGL and three.js. Starting from the basic structure of a three.js web app, going through to the main elements of the API with several useful examples, will help you to get a foothold on the exciting world of 3D graphics, now on desktop and mobile. It's not required to have previous knowledge of 3D graphics, linear algebra or linear transforms.
Let us bring back the days where we could write declarative representations of how we want our UI components to work. We should be able to read our code from top to bottom and intuitively know what the output will be, just like the good old HTML, but with the power of functional programming.
In this talk we'll explore bringing functional programming into views. Instead of moving logic to markup through weird DSLs we bring expressive views into the programming language. We'll see how to create a UI where we have composable, pure and referentially transparent components; components with no side-effects and predictable output. We couple this with immutable data and components with single responsibilities, and we can get a fast and smart way to build UIs with a unidirectional flow and a simpler static mental model.
This talk is around enforcing coding standards in your JS project. We’ll discuss, as a use case, one of the libraries we use at Spotify in order to show the importance of keeping standards in your codebase.
In this session we’ll cover a few tools and practices you might want to follow when you build a JS library.
Wikis are a powerful data structure for collaboratively editing documents, but the data structures and social dynamics of wikis can be applied to other kinds of applications outside the narrow domain of encylopedic content.
Leave the routers and repeaters, the cabling and the splitters all behind. Just bring those phones, and let's go underground. Let's sit on a train and play music, left to our own devices, with our own devices.
Exploring the code and file structure of the internal C++ core bindings of io.js
Because dependency injection is cool and that it makes life of all us developers a looot easier, we start off this talk by first understanding what dependency injection stands for and why it is such a blessing in disguise...and also because first things first. Once that is clear we can dive deeper into some existing implementations, to get a real feel of how it all works, and finish by looking at how these implementations are used inside the new Angular 2, by embracing the power of TypeScript annotations.
We've put together the exact schedule for the two conference days!
Uránia Cinema in the middle of the city, near the party-district. Designed by Henrik Schmahl in the late 1890's, the interior is characterized by the ornamental motifs of the Venetian Gothic and Moor styles. The place is listed as the world's 3rd most beautiful cinema on Bored Panda, and many tech conferences were hosted here recently, like TEDx, and Strech Conference, because of the unique atmosphere.
Recommended by The New York Times, Corvintető is a rooftop ruin bar and a modern, buzzing underground dance club above Blaha Lujza tér in Budapest, Hungary. We invite every attendee and speaker, as our guest, for a party above the city on the first day!
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