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Full Stack Fest 2015
Courtney Hemphill
Algorithms for Animation - Simple formulas to activate your UI
Animations don’t just make things look cool, they provide context and additional details. Animations give us a third dimension with which to communicate: time. The real world doesn’t move in a perfectly linear fashion and when we see things that do, it feels awkward and unnatural. With motion, the difference between dull and delightful often comes …
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Full Stack Fest 2016
David Wells
Best Practices on building a UI component library for your company

Learn how to building an internal component library & style guide can help your company ship and iterate faster. This talk will cover how we created a scalable & maintainable UI library (http://ux.mulesoft.com) with ES6, React, and PostCSS for consumption across multiple product teams.

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Full Stack Fest 2016
Andrew Dunkman
Beyond The Tab: Executing JavaScript Across Browser Contexts

Andrew, a front-end developer at Harvest, is in his eleventh year of being amazed that his JavaScript functions. He's a former resident of Chicago and Kansas City, but now works from his home in Washington, DC. In his free time, he likes to help out with his local tech communities as an organizer of his local node.js meetup (formerly in Kansas C…

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Full Stack Fest 2017
Steve Kinney
Bringing Back the 1990s: The Revenge of JavaScript Style Sheets

JavaScript Style Sheets (JSSS) was a technology introduced by Netscape in 1996. Chances are, you’ve never heard of JSSS, since it was available in Netscape Communicator 4.0. They allowed you to define custom styling rules for your web pages. You’re probably more familiar with its competitor at the time—Cascading Style Sheets. JavaScript Style Sh…

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Full Stack Fest 2016
Jack Franklin
Confident Frontend with Elm

In this talk, we'll explore Elm, the programming language that brings an entirely new approach to front-end development. We'll study the language but, more importantly, the characteristics that make it such a great language to build reliable, robust client-side applications and how we can take these properties and apply them to JavaScript applic…

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Full Stack Fest 2017
Nikita Baksalyar
Exploring the world of decentralized networks with WebRTC

We read news about horrible data leaks almost every day, but we continue to trust our data to the "cloud" - that's really should be thought of as someone else's computer which is suspectible to the three-letter agencies. What can we do about it? We can return the Web to its roots: a fully decentralized system that belongs to ev…

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Full Stack Fest 2015
Stefanie Schirmer
Functional programming and curry cooking in JS
Are you interested in learning about functional programming? Are you reaching the limits of abstraction when programming in JavaScript? Do you sometimes find yourself lost in a forest callbacks? In this talk we explore functional programming concepts, which help us create powerful abstractions to master complex problems and create more simple and …
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Alex Sexton
Hacking The Front-End
Most of the conventional web security wisdom revolves around the server, and often leaves the client out of the equation. Outside of "escape user input" a lot of developers don't know where to start with protecting their client-side applications. Unfortunately for everyone, there's a huge attack surface on the client-side, and it can sometimes feel…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Tom Dale
Inside Glimmer: What Makes Ember''s Rendering Engine Tick
In the beginning of 2015, the Ember community took on an audacious effort to rewrite the rendering engine powering Ember apps. This new engine, called Glimmer, dramatically improved the performance of real-world apps in modern browsers and laid the groundwork for many features to come: Web Components integration, faster re-renders, a simplified com…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Alex Saladrigas
Lessons from webBox, customizing a Javascript based OS
Javascript developers and OS hackers usually do not mix, until now. FirefoxOS is a Mozilla made open source operating systems for Mobile Phones that maximizes web performance on low end hardware. The entire upper layer of the OS is made using web technologies, with javascript as its native language. This makes this OS a treasure trove if you are a …
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Robin Hawkes
Lessons learnt visualising real-world cities in 3D
ViziCities is an open-source 3D city visualisation platform powered by JavaScript, WebGL and many other cutting-edge Web technologies. Think SimCity meets the real world! In this talk, Robin Hawkes, ViziCities' creator will highlight the development issues experienced along the way and show you how he overcame them – ranging from how you tackle the…
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Full Stack Fest 2017
Yonatan Mevorach
Master the Art of the AST (and Take Control of Your JS)

Think about the new tools that are taking over the Javascript ecosystem: Babel, Typescript, Rollup, ESLint, and smarter IDEs. What do they all have in common: they all take Javascript source code as input, and some emit Javascript code as output. This talk will be a deep dive into the basic building block all these tools share: Transforming your…

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Full Stack Fest 2015
Matt Keas
Natural physics simulations and canvas hackery
Much of the attention these days in the client and serverside JS stack surrounds the use of various frameworks, tools, testing, performance, and the connected, streaming, reactive world of the web. This talk is not about those topics above. Instead, this talk strips away all but the bare components and the raw curiosity one has for canvas drawings,…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Mikeal Rogers
Node and The New Open Source
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Jesse Freeman
Picking the Right Tool for the Job: HTML5 vs Unity
Game developers have lots of options when it comes to picking platforms and frameworks to build their games with. If you are looking to build true cross platform games there are two great options, HTML5 and Unity, but choosing which one to start with can be difficult. In this talk we will discuss the pros and cons of each platform by looking at the…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Nick Heiner
Procedural Content in JS
Procedural content generation allows us programmers to have a degree of artistic expression that most of us rarely get during our day jobs. You can create infinite worlds, songs that never end the same way, or twitter bots which produce the next Hunger Games book. I’ll provide an overview of the techniques used for procedural content generation, an…
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Full Stack Fest 2017
Luis Montes
Progressive Web Apps and the Internet of Things

The gap of what the web can do versus what must be done in a native application is really small these days.

I'd like to show that progressive web apps (offline support, push notifications, manifest, etc) are just the beginning. We can leverage newer hardware and networking APIs to build all sorts of Internet of Things types of applicat…

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Full Stack Fest 2016
Massimiliano Mantione
Reactive Reality

Building User Interfaces is hard. Building them in 3D worlds (virtual reality) is harder. Building them mixing 2D and 3D elements in a web browser is literally a technology frontier project. Doing it maintaining the API and developer friendliness of ReactJS... is what I'll show!

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Full Stack Fest 2017
Sarah Drasner
SVG can do THAT?!

SVGs, with their potential for high-quality and performant graphics, have myriad uses on the web. By now, a lot of developers are aware of their practical uses, such as small and accessible icons, or illustrations. In this session, though, Sarah will go beyond typical use cases. She’ll cover a few practical things like styling SVG icons like typ…

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Full Stack Fest 2016
André Staltz
See the data flowing through your app

What if instead of building your own mental model of how data flows through your application, you could actually see the data flowing in real-time? In this talk we will explore functional and reactive streams as a building block in JavaScript applications, with tools like RxJS, Cycle.js, xstream, which enable DevTools from the future.

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Full Stack Fest 2015
Jaume Sánchez
The Road To WebVR
VR is the new El Dorado, the new Gold Rush of technology, and a very palpable and real opportunity to create new amazing immersive experiences. From WebGL and CSS 3D Transforms technologies, to Google Cardboard and new HMDs like the Oculus Rift or the Samsung Gear VR. Learn how to navigate around all the options, and how to get started on this amaz…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Rachel Andrew
The business of front-end development
In this talk I’ll take a look at how front-end development has changed over the last few years. How we have moved from being experts in browser quirks to focus on tooling and process. I’ll discuss when and how we should consider using third-party plugins and frameworks, and where we should spend the time really nailing the front-end. We’ll also tak…
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Full Stack Fest 2016
Jafar Husain
The future of ES6

Jafar Husain is Netflix's Cross-Team Technical Lead and has 16 years of experience in the industry. He's currently a member of the TC39, the Javascript standards body designing the next version of JS. He specializes in building web servers and clients using functional reactive programming, and was the first user of the Reactive Extensions Framew…

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Full Stack Fest 2016
Liv Erickson
Virtual Reality is Here, in your Browser

2016 has brought the launch of consumer-level desktop virtual reality technologies for the first time, and how we experience data and information is shifting into 3D. Today's web technologies are shaping the future of the VR web and bringing immersive experiences to support cross-platform, device-agnostic virtual reality experiences right in the…

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Full Stack Fest 2017
Shagufta Gurmukhdas
Web Based Virtual Reality

Since 2016 the virtual reality technology has been a rising trend and many headsets are now out in the market with each of them having their own wonderful features. Proprietary tools for creating VR experiences have their own requirements for ecosystems, controllers, software installations etc. And the simplest of applications needs a lot of com…

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