Sessions are for 45 minutes each: 30 minutes speaking, 10 minutes of Q&A and 5 minutes for people to move between rooms. Tickets are free for confirmed speakers. If you’ve proposed to speak, please wait to hear from us before you buying your ticket. If your proposal is not selected, you will still get Early Geek pricing.
(This event was previously scheduled for December 10 but has been moved to January since the organizing team was busy with Droidcon.)
Writing Quality Third-Party JS
This talk will be about all the nuances of writing third-party JS - the kind of JS that you include on your page from an external service. Examples of this are Google Analytics, Facebook’s SDK and Twitter’s @Anywhere API.
There are several factors to consider when writing third-party JS. This talk will go over the following:
- How the world of webpages is like a jungle out there, and you can never make assumptions about the environment.
- What kind of loading strategies are available to load your code
- How to provide an API to your host-page developers
- How to communicate with your server
A decent idea about web-performance techniques.
I’m Rakesh Pai, JS developer by day, and JS developer by night. I have built http://errorception.com/, a JS error tracking system. It gives users a little snippet to put into their site, much like Google Analytics, and then generates extensive reports about errors that occur in end-users’ browsers. The talk is about the lessons learnt in creating that tracking snippet.