JSFoo: round the year submissions

JSFoo: round the year submissions

Submit talks on JavaScript and full stack engineering round the year

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Submit talks and workshops on:

  1. Full stack engineering
  2. JavaScript frameworks
  3. Architecture approaches and case studies
  4. JavaScript and IoT
  5. Web development
  6. JavaScript for hobbyists

We will find a forum to place your talk, any time during the year.

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Eyal Eizenberg

@eyaleizenberg

Your Next Game - Built by React

Submitted Feb 18, 2018

The internet offers an endless amount of simple online games like solitaire, minesweeper and hearts. However, these games are usually done with terrible UI/UX, lame graphics, full of banners and ads, and (dare I say it), built on FLASH.

In this presentation I will talk about how I built a DOOM minesweeper game with React, Redux & Typescript. I will also share my dream to create one open sourced website, which will host many well-created simple games, to serve both as a learning platform for developers and for players to enjoy playing good looking games with a great UI/UX, without a ton of ads, all in one place.

Outline

Intro
Personal experience with JS games
Why online games today are terrible
Devs to the rescue!

Speaker bio

I’ve been hitting the JS scene since the evil days of Prototype (that thing that came before jQuery) but I’ve finally found my true love… React & Redux!

I am a Team Leader at Wix and I love helping people overcome problems with their code & product.

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Trivikram Kamat

React Suspense for people in a hurry

Since Ajax became popular, developers have been using it to improve the perceived latencies by showing a placeholder loading animation while the data is fetched in the background. It is a good solution, which allows non-critical resources to be loaded later. Developers continued to used this approach with newer JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React, VueJS etc more

16 Oct 2018