Session Schedule

Session Schedule2019-01-07T06:25:51+00:00

Tuesday

8:00 AM

Build your first full-stack Blazor app

Presented by: Ed Charbeneau
Time: Tuesday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The arrival of WebAssembly begins a new era for .NET web developers, allowing client-side applications written in C# to run directly in the browser. Blazor is a newly emerging client-side UI platform from the ASP.NET Core team, offering a productive and powerful way to construct large-scale...

Room: ZambeziTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: .NETFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Introductory and overview
1:00 PM

Get Up and Running Quickly With Vue.js

Presented by: Burton Smith
Time: Tuesday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Whether you are enhancing a legacy application or starting a greenfield project, Vue.js can help reduce your development time. Vue.js a very lightweight and fast JavaScript framework that makes it ideal for modern applications - from using it as a library to create some enhanced features in your...

Room: ZambeziTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), JavascriptFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Introductory and overview

Wednesday

8:00 AM

Get Progressive with it

Presented by: Matthew LaForest
Time: Wednesday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Responsive web design! Mobile first! Hybrid apps! We are continuously bombarded with new ideas about the best way to develop a new application. For a small team, effectively delivering across many platforms can be a problem, but delivering a hybrid app frequently falls into an uncanny valley...

Room: OrangeTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), Javascript, Mobile, OtherFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Intermediate
1:00 PM

Creating a Cohesive Collection of Components with React

Presented by: Russell Skaggs
Time: Wednesday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Component libraries enable teams to do more work quicker. It frees up our designers and developers to work on big issues, while allowing them to make updates with surgical precision. Building components within React has never been easier. During this presentation we will: create a set of React...

Room: OrangeTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), JavascriptFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Advanced

Micro Frontends: Breaking up the Frontend Monolith

Presented by: Kito Mann
Time: Wednesday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Over the past several years we have embraced microservices as a way to “break up the monolith” and reduce complexity, allowing teams to focus on specific areas of functionality, while providing more flexible scaling and better fault isolation. However, for most of us, the front-end has remained...

Room: Salon DTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Java, JavascriptFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Intermediate

Thursday

8:00 AM

How I overcame my fear of JavaScript

Presented by: Kim DelSenno
Time: Thursday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

As a front- end developer, my current job has me using HTML, CSS, and a little bit of JavaScript. In this talk, I am going to walk you through exactly how I got over a major career slump and overcame my fear of going deeper into the world of JavaScript. I will walk you through how I learned to use...

Room: Salon HTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

TDD Designer Style: Styleguide Driven Development

Presented by: Matthew LaForest
Time: Thursday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Developers have adopted a number of techniques to help speed development of their products. Leveraging tests to help them design the interfaces to their underlying pieces (classes, functions, components, etc.). For a long time the interface between designers and developers has been a continual rough...

Room: Salon ETrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), Javascript, Other, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
9:15 AM

Angular and The Case for RxJS

Presented by: Sandi Barr
Time: Thursday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

When choosing Angular to build a front end app, it can seem like RxJS is just one more thing to learn, and there’s no easy transition coming from another framework. But RxJS is efficient and expressive! We declare relationships between entities, describing the what not the how. The basic sequence...

Room: OrangeTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Functional Programming, JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
10:30 AM

Vue 3.0 Smaller, Faster & Stronger

Presented by: Dan Vega
Time: Thursday 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Vue.JS has quickly become one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks around. The Vue Core Team is getting ready to release the third major version of the framework and it's packed with new features and performance updates. In this presentation, I will show off some of those new features such...

Room: CypressTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
11:45 AM

An Introduction to WebAssembly

Presented by: Guy Royse
Time: Thursday 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Want to write a web application? Better get familiar with JavaScript JavaScript has long been the king of front-end. While there have been various attempts to dethrone it, they have typically involved treating JavaScript as an assembly-language analog that you transpile your code to. This has lead...

Room: ZambeziTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Help! My Client Needs a VPAT and other Accessibility Questions

Presented by: Courtney Heitman
Time: Thursday 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

What is a VPAT? Why do my clients keep asking about them? These questions are becoming more and more common with the rise of accessibility lawsuits. VPATs (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template) are the common ask for companies to make sure they are buying software that is accessible. This talk...

Room: RosewoodTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), Other, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Advanced
1:00 PM

Unclogging Your Code: Linting 101

Presented by: Hannah Stannard
Time: Thursday 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Consider your code base to be the dryer and the lint to be the stuff you really shouldn't be doing. Without a linter, all that fuzz is going to be trapped in your code! If you don't take care of this lint, your dryer will catch fire, much like your code base (also known as a dumpster fire). Join me...

Room: Salon DTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
3:30 PM

JavaScript the Grumpy Parts

Presented by: Rob Richardson
Time: Thursday 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

We love JavaScript, but we must admit: it's weird. Why does `this` behave as it does? How does variable scope work? Why do we have such comical behavior when comparing mixed types? Let's pull back the covers of these scenarios, and learn how it truely works. You may find a new reason to fall in...

Room: Indigo BayTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Advanced
4:45 PM

Human Readable JavaScript: Using ES2015+ to Craft Better Code

Presented by: Laurie Barth
Time: Thursday 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

Love JavaScript? Awesome! Hate JavaScript? That's ok! In the past, JavaScript hasn’t always been easy to read; lots of dollar signs and slick one-liners do not a sustainable, high-longevity language make. The good news is that things have gotten better! Lots of ECMAScript 2015 (and beyond)...

Room: Sagewood / ZebrawoodTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Testing your UI Components

Presented by: Avindra Fernando
Time: Thursday 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM

When our clients give us kudos for releasing high quality applications, it makes us happy. To achieve great levels of quality, we need to thoroughly test our applications. But we know that some forms of testing can be expensive and tedious at times. Unit and integration tests help overcome some of...

Room: RosewoodTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Design (UI/UX/CSS), Javascript, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Friday

8:30 AM

StencilJS and Universal Components

Presented by: Mike Hartington
Time: Friday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Have you ever found an awesome component online, but couldn’t use it because it’s written for a different framework? For too long now, frameworks have gotten in the way of developers sharing code that they’ve written. With different APIs to work with, developers would have to rewrite a...

Room: Sagewood / ZebrawoodTrack: Web/Front-EndFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview
9:45 AM

Burn It Down and Start Again: Principles of Modern JavaScript

Presented by: Joe Morgan
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Heard about the latest JavaScript syntax? Seems like a day doesn’t pass without a language update. And with all the focus on syntax changes, it’s easy to miss the subtle principles driving JavaScript. Modern JavaScript doesn’t just have new tools, it’s composed differently. Don’t use a...

Room: ZambeziTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Building a super performant GossipGirl.com in Gatsby in under 50 Minutes

Presented by: Jennifer Wadella
Time: Friday 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Hey, Upper East Siders, Gossip Girl here bringing you the scoop on rapidly building static websites in React. I don’t know about you, but my site is in a major need of an overhaul, so we’re going to rebuild it in under 50 minutes using GatsbyJS. We’ll make SEO look hot and blow some minds with...

Room: Salon HTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
12:15 PM

React State: Redux & Context & Hooks, Oh My!

Presented by: Michael Moran
Time: Friday 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

In the age of ephemeral javascript frameworks, ReactJS has lasted 5 years and only grown in popularity as its evolved. Despite its popularity, there is one burning question for anyone working with React: "How should I handle state?". We have many options at our disposal including React component...

Room: CypressTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: JavascriptFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
2:45 PM

Mock It 'til You Make It

Presented by: Gabriela Dombrowski
Time: Friday 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Let's automate the tedious task of building mocked query resolvers so that you never have to manually set up mocks for loading, error, no data, or default value states ever again! We'll learn how to use GraphQL and Apollo in a React application to build providers that will dynamically auto mock all...

Room: NileTrack: Web/Front-EndFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate
4:00 PM

Accessibility Audits in Chrome: Easy Steps toward an Inclusive Internet

Presented by: Maranda Provance
Time: Friday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Do you want to help make the internet a better place for all people? In this talk, you’ll be introduced to the accessibility audits built into Chrome’s dev tools. We’ll walk through the automated tests they provide as well as the helpful information they give on manual testing. By the end of...

Room: Salon DTrack: Web/Front-EndTags: Javascript, Other, TestingFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview