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Dan Callahan: Practical WebAssembly | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
WebAssembly is a new low-level, high-performance complement to JavaScript on the Web. As an open standard developed by Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, and Apple, WebAssembly runs everywhere that JavaScript does: in every major Web browser, and in runtimes like Node.js and Electron. This talk examines WebAssembly from a practical standpoint, answering why it was created, what […]

Imad Elyafi: Migrating Pinterest profiles to React | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
We all have been in situation when we were in one platform and had to move to another. While it’s relatively easy to build a new web app in React, migrating a service that’s constantly changing and used by millions of people is a much more complicated challenge. It’s like changing the engines of an […]

Kacper Sokołowski: You use Content Security Policy, don’t you? | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
Everyone know that security is important right? The biggest companies like Facebook and Google spend tons of money on bug bounty programs to ensure that their products are secure. But is there a way that we can make our website prone to some of the most popular attacks? There is one security mechanism which can […]

Eirik Vullum: JavaScript Metaprogramming – ES6 Proxy Use and Abuse | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
This non-polyfillable / non-transpilable feature now has first class support in all the latest browsers and node.js! But what is it even? And why do I need it? Let’s take a closer look at this metaprogramming feature with some useful, abuseful and just plain fun uses of ES6 Proxy. jsconfbp.com/speakers/eirik-vullum/

Don Burks: MVC – What a web app and a Mozart Violin Concerto have in common | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
If I told you that a Mozart Violin Concerto and an MVC web app shared architectural similarities, you would probably scoff. You’d start laughing if I said that Mozart and the developer who built the web app had nearly identical approaches. However, in this talk which compares actual code and musical examples, you’ll see how […]

Luke Bonaccorsi: How I ended up automating my curtains … | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
How I ended up automating my curtains and shouting at my laptop We encounter automation every day and may not realise. It could be a set of traffic lights, a thermostat or automated tests for our code. It all works to make our lives easier and more efficient. A couple of years ago I started […]

Anna Migas: Make your animations perform well | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
Animations have been around the web for some time already; badly implemented can be deadly to the website’s performance and the user’s delight. Let’s learn together how the browser renders our page, to know where to look for optimisations and what are the best techniques to get our animations smooth and fast. jsconfbp.com/speakers/anna-migas/

Opher Vishnia: Web Animation: from Disney to SASS | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
Staggered animation, also known as Follow through or Overlapping motion is one of the 12 principles of classical animation as defined by Disney. It’s a way of giving life to an object with some planning and minimal effort. In this talk I will present several ways of implementing this – with native CSS animations using […]

Sandrina Pereira: How can Javascript improve your CSS mixins | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
Open a new window of possibilities to CSS: Faster compilation time, advanced logic, better styles scalability with Unit Testing and more. How can we use Javascript in order expand the potential of CSS? Why not bring Unit Testing to the table? PostCSS exposes a new world of possibilities for CSS with Javascript. Let’s have a […]

Jonathan Martin: Async patterns to scale your multicore JavaScript elegantly. | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
“JavaScript is a toy language because it doesn’t support multithreading.” Heard that one before? Although the event loop means our program does one thing at a time, JavaScript is actually well-suited for a plethora of concurrency problems while avoiding typical multithreading woes. You might say JavaScript is single-threaded… just so it can be multithreaded! Using […]

Nikita Baksalyar: Exploring the P2P world with WebRTC & JavaScript | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
The Web becomes increasingly centralized. We trust our private data to be stored in data centers despite news about data leaks. We exchange our messages and they are handled to three-letter agencies without you knowing about it. Can we do better and return the Web to its decentralized roots? A combination of proven and emerging […]

Laura Carvajal: YES, your site can (and should) be accessible too | JSConf Budapest 2017

2 months ago
In 2016, we at The Financial Times launched a new version of our website to great success. It broke ground on key areas in which we’d set out to excel and measured very closely, like performance, resilience and usability. But one day, and rather serendipitously, we realized we had largely forgotten to measure one thing: […]