The next season of new adventures in frontend is here: tighten up your seatbelts and get ready for a dash of dirty little frontend tricks!
We'll look at the evolution of Web Annotation and the way it deals with the upcoming challenges.
This talk gives an idea of what to expect when mining cryptocurrencies using a pool of browser-based miners.
We’ll share some stories that can help you look at the architecture and its meaning for the modern apps from the right perspective, as well as avoid mistakes that can simply ruin your project.
Come and learn how to become a 21-century engineer.
We'll look at how to present components, demonstrate their possibilities, technical solutions for that, how to identify components, collection and binding of meta-information, knowledge base organization and many other challenging things.
We'll share challenges, technologies and best practices we used in order to rebuild the whole mobile web experience for authenticated users in 11 weeks only!
In this talk, Vitaly will be covering a few design patterns to increase conversion by improving clarity and consistency of the eCommerce experience and sparkling a little bit of delight here and there. You’ll walk away with hands-on tips and techniques for crafting better eCommerce experience right away.
We’ll try to make sense out of the sources of the essential and random complexity of interface development. Using ClojureScript & Reagent & Re-frame stack as an example, we’ll look at what can be done in here.
We'll explore the technical details behind Encrypted Media Extension (EME), Content Decryption Modules (CDM) like Widevine, and the foundation of Web Digital Rights Management (DRM) by reverse engineering Netflix and building our own personal Netflix video player!
The latest meeting of TC39 committee took place this January. The ES2018 specification was finally set. In this talk, we'll follow its steps.
We'll look at the evolution of the TypeScript types system: where it all started, what's wrong with TypeScript types, the possibility to "inject" the type information into runtime, the main difference between TypeScript and other languages types and what will happen in the future.
We will run you through writing, locally testing, and properly deploying a basic Node.js Skill, along with giving you pointers and tips on design patterns that work well for Skills.
Come and learn how to focus on developing your API without having to write any documentation for it.
We’ll talk about RxJS and its philosophy, touching upon possible memory leaks, main mistakes in using RxJS.
We’ll look at React and Vue in order to understand what are the differences and similarities and who’s got a chance to come out on top in this fight.
In this talk we start with the dispersion of the Node.js Main Thread and spread it into a spectrum of operations. We learn which of these operations we can offload from the Main Thread to threads/workers/processes, and how to do that .
We'll look at the React Native architecture. The talk will help you get used to the technology, understand it and have no fear of it if you consider RN a promising technology for future or current projects.
We'll show how to create an isomorphic React Redux application step by step. We'll start from the creation of sample lambda function from AWS console and at the end will make a more complex isomorphic project with fully automated deployment.
We'll get acquainted with the internal structure of virtual JS machines, understand how high-level JS code is transformed into binary code, what issues we encountered while porting these VMs. The talk will be useful for anyone who wants to learn something new about Russian technologies.
How to combine the beauty and simplicity of fast prototyping with tests, so that business tasks would not take a backseat, there would still be time to study and «undefind is not a function» would not come to you at night? Let's find out how Wallaby.js and Quokka.js can help you with this.
How to teach programmers the right way, who works more effectively with whom in a team, how to level up, the nature of arguments and hints.
You'll get acquainted with the way Mongoose.js works with life cycles of alike yet diverse data structures. We'll look at virtuals, nested schemas, discriminators.
How to achieve 60 fps without turning the code into spaghetti, in case the client has a slow device, and you need to do a lot of hard work in the UI-stream? When you have a server that calculates the response to the request from 1 ms to 10 s, how to make sure that long tasks don't block fast tasks, without creating a thread for each request? Join this talk to learn the answers to these (and many other) questions .
We'll look at the way we collect feedback on the service speed using metrics and how this feedback can be used while making decisions about optimizations' implementation.
We'll look at the hardware-software complex which lets us keep the performance under control and catch speed regressions at the design level.
We'll look at how Yew framework was created, how to create a framework without a garbage collector, how to effectively provide immutable, without any need to copy the state due to the rules of Rust data ownership and what the peculiarities while translating Rust to WebAssembly are.