The world is changing fast. More precisely, the world is changing at increasing speed. This means things that were not possible five years ago come into reach. Incumbent organizations need to adapt fast to keep up with new competitors that use new technologies easier, faster and better than they do. As a result, every aspect of software changes towards smaller. Even smaller teams or even micro-teams, less management, flatter organizations, even shorter cycles, and smaller components.
Nader is an international speaker specializing in GraphQL, cross platform, & cloud enabled web & mobile application development. He will talk about developing applications & reference architecture using a combination of GraphQL & serverless technologies built on AWS.
David is the CTO at Passionate People and will share with us his experience working in a large-scale micro-frontend project.
In her own words, Emma is a UX Engineer with a passion for design. She has recently transitioned into a UX Engineering role at LogMeIn where she builds Design Systems with React.
How serverless empowers frontend teams to get so much done without needing a backend specialist and enables teams to move super fast.
Are you using Vue, React, Angular, or Svelte to create web apps? John is, and if you are too, he bets it's been a while since you've written an app that renders content without these fine tools. Armed with only what comes with the browser. Years ago, this is exactly how many of us wrote web apps. While today's tools help abstract that away (and add a bunch of other benefits), it is still useful to know what is happening under the covers.
This talk started as a humorous joke in twitter and quickly took the React community by surprise. In a very interesting way, Kitze will explore the current trend to over-engineer solutions to common problems in web applications.
Hip Hop and Unit Tests. A match made in heaven? Through a mix of audio, video and live performance, Tony will explore Web Audio in an attempt to convince the audience of its suitability for audio transcription. This is a fast paced and highly engaging talk with a crescendo you won’t forget.
Let's look at how we can improve the user experience using different AI services. We will look at how translate and understand comments. How to maximize sales and much more
Dexter shares his love for svelte, what sets it apart from other frameworks and shows how it enables him to create truly reactive apps.
A strategy on how to properly configure webpack for your project
The growth of Vue continues and we are almost ready for Vue 3. As ever Evan You will deliver the State of Vuenion 2020, if we are lucky maybe we see some Typescript code from him ;)
How do Vue library authors build, maintain and document their packages? What tools do they use and how do they use them?
An inspirational talk about climate change what we as a community can do to prevent further climate change
How to apply validations using Vuelidate and its ecosystem in combination with the new Composition API
This talk will be about using Apollo Client as local state management in Vue application. Natalia will share some best practices as well as caveats. If there are any other GraphQL-related talks, this could be a nice complement to them, if it's a single GraphQL talk I can pack it full with both GraphQL and Apollo local state management details
Thorsten will be speaking about Composition API and emerging best practices. Are you ready for some expert level tips?
With the increasing popularity of Nuxt.js the core team and authors have not been sitting still. In February Sebastien will talk about the progression and plans for Nuxt.js in 2020.
Pooya will be diving into Nuxt.js. Nuxt.js is a free and open source web application framework based on Vue.js, Node.js, Webpack and Babel.js. The framework is advertised as 'meta-framework for universal applications'.
Rahul is the creator and runner of An Awesome Conf in Bangalore, he is part of the Vue.js Core team focusing on rollup-plugin-vue and vue-issue-helper
How we moved from monolithic to Nuxt + Composition API + Storefront UI (design system)
Sarah Drasner is an award-winning Speaker, Head of Developer Experience at Netlify, Vue core team member, and Staff Writer at CSS-Tricks.
About new features in Vuetify 2+ and a showcase of the work that went into upgrading the version and highlight key features.
Gregg Pollack is the founder of VueMastery.com, the Ultimate Resource for Vue.js developers. Previously he founded Code School, an online software programming school, Envy, a web application development firm, and Starter Studio, Orlando’s first technical accelerator now in its ninth class.
We will dip into Serverless, Jam Stack and more.
Troy Morehouse has several years' experience in network engineering design, network management and capacity management, and has an electrical engineering background with specialization in networking and computer programming.
Static pre-rendering is an overlooked feature of Nuxt. You can use it for more than your average blog. Here's why
How Vue-Announcer can help you create Accessible Single-Page Applications. Vue-Announcer announces useful information for screen reader users. Learn how to use this plugin to customize receive alerts and notifications as users navigate your application.
Balancing the pro's and con's of the new vue-router
Have you ever encountered a situation where you're handling a quite complex relational data structure in your Vue application? Like users have many posts, posts have many comments? This talk will dive into managing such complex data in Vue, the pain points, the possible solutions, and how Vuex ORM can help you with it.
Guillaume - better known as Akryum - has been working a new 'side'-project and he's about to reveal it for the first time!
Producing high quality work is dependent on a well-organized team, especially in a high-pressure environment like an ad agency or a production studio. At a certain scale almost every team struggles with cultural differences, perceived pressure from management or misaligned definitions of success. Over the years Tim has learned that you are more successful if you understand what motivates people and he created a framework (yes, he's a developer) to deal with projects in complex environments that he calls "Team First".