JSFoo 2014

JavaScript as the centerpiece of a complex web stack

Brajeshwar Oinam

Brajeshwar Oinam


With Javascript, Bringing Sanity to Rapidly Changing Large Scale Front-End Projects

Submitted Sep 1, 2014

The talk will show details on file and folder organization methods, architecting components and modules to bring out an advantageous practices and approaches for front-end development for a rapidly changing, large scale project.


We all know of the common aim to abstract visual patterns for re-use, DRY out code and normalise the designs. But in a rapidly changing large-scale project, what can we do to have peace amongst the developers, designers and everyone involved?

When your project becomes large and multiple designers and developers are working on it at the same time, it is hard to maintain the codes and can sometimes be rather overwhelming.

The talk is about how to approach such Large Scale Projects and being ready for a high scalable Project, making everyone happy and stay sane throughout the project using tooling made with Javascript.


Designers, Developers, Project Managers, Project Leads involved with projects that involves Front-End Development (HTML/CSS, Javascript).

Targeted to Intermediate to Advanced.

Speaker bio

I believe in simplicity, minimalism and an ardent willingness to push the envelop, envisioning the betterment of usable and practical solutions.

With over 14 years of experience in design and development of things that happen on the Internet, I’ve been part of various cycles of design and development workflows, methodologies and hacks to make things work, get things done.

Currently, I’m involved with the design of the flagship product at yourvine.com, a Startup based off London.


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