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Promise to test it!

Properly testing a stateful system – like a typical web api – is hard. Doing it in JavaScript is even harder, because semantics easily drown in callback hell. Most folks out there are starting to use promises to solve it, or at least imagining so. Unfortunately very few developers have understood how to leverage this […]

Frameworkless JavaScript with npm and browserify

I don’t tend to use frameworks, as a personal preference I like feature driven, organic code bases. This often leads to questions about structure and organisation. Come along to find out how simple life can be without frameworks, and what the world looks like when you’re not limited by the chains they bring.

Universal Windows Apps loves JavaScript!

Would you like to use JavaScript to natively program not only on the web, but also on phones, tablets, desktop and even more devices? This session gives you fresh new air on what you can do today and tomorrow with JavaScript on Windows Platform and beyond! And we give you an update on the latest […]

Javascript, metaprogramming, and you

We all know that Javascript is powerful but it can be a really terrible language when misused. Moreover, it lacks several advanced features that are taken forgranted in other languages.One technique that is always overlooked is metaprogramming: hystorically only lisp dialects support it properly, and programmers regularly underestimate its power.In the spirit of Coffeescript, Typescript, Clojurescript and other similar projects […]

Flow-Based Programming for JavaScript

NoFlo is a flow-based programming environment for JavaScript. Originally built for Node.js systems automation, it can also be used for developing full-stack applications from the browser to microcontrollers like Arduino. With NoFlo developers build their applications by wiring data streams together between different pre-built or custom components. The NoFlo environment is fully browser-based and can […]

Web Audio API: the modular synth and sound processor at your fingertips

Given its modularity the Web Audio API is a powerful tool to build audio applications in the browser. This talk will give a short overview on the API and an in-depth look at some of the technologies used to make it work. It will also include a short introduction to the most important properties and […]

Firefox OS: Unicorns and Rainbows

The past years there has been some heavy debate over web vs. native for mobile applications. But to be honest, it has never been a fair game as the web was lacking crucial functionality. No access to sensors, not available offline. Essentially: the mobile web is broken. Luckily if something is broken, we can fix […]

MongoDB, Node.js and You

Node.js, MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, how does this all tie together? Mitch walks you through the creation of an example app to demonstrate how to take advantage of Node.js and MongoDB, while leveraging features from AngularJS and Express for rapid prototyping that can survive a production launch.

Taking your things to your web app using MQTT and Node.js

MQTT is a publish/subscribe protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT). In this talk, we discuss what problems it solves, why the IoT need such a protocol, and the Node.js implementation! MQTT has been around for 20 years, but it is getting a lot of hype recently because it has almost no overhead, it is […]

Experiments in code, generative art in Javascript

Have fun wih Javascript is possible! In this talk we will presents some Javascript experiments for generative art projects. Generative art refers to art that in whole or in part has been created with the use of an autonomous system. Using simple algorithms and the power of Javascript, HTML5 and CSS3 we will show some […]

Using mouse & keyboard in games is sooooo 2013.

The border between web, mobile & console games is getting thinner & thinner. With new WebAPIs, your browser is a platform almost as powerful as your operating system. So fasten your seatbelt and prepare for a journey into Web Gaming you never experienced before.

Chrome Dev Tools – A primer

Anyone who has developed a web application has experienced to some extent the magic of JavaScript. With the growing complexity of web applications the process of finding and solving problems has grown quite complex. On the other hand, different tools have emerged to help tackle such problems. This talk will present Chrome Developer Tools through […]



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