Project Tech Dive: Docker, TypeScript, React and Lerna FTW! Ken Rimple, Drew DeCarme, and Matt Gilbride reflect on the technologies and techniques they used to stand up a Docker-based web application on AWS.
Abstract Why should the browsers have all the fun? With Node, you can leverage your language skills across the backend as well. Take a dive into writing servers to support your SPA, issues peculiar to node, and pitfalls that may ensnare. We’ll look at core of v8, modules, promises/async, all the way up to client … Read More
Recently, the Appium project, a large open-source application, decided to rewrite its codebase using ES2015, the newest version of JS. In this talk, I’ll tell the story of what worked and what didn’t. What were the goals of our rewrite and how did our choices deliver on those goals? Specifically, how did ES2015 and the “many modules” approach work for us?
Learn how to deal with data as a stream of WebSocket data in Angular 2 – published for RC1 using Node, Express, Angular 2 and RxJs.
>Wherein we start by discussing Michael Winslow, playing with reverb, and Eric mentions a DEC Rainbow. Topics include improvements to Node in 0.12, a Ruby/Rails children’s book kickstarter, leaving Scrum for Kanban, and more…
Ken and Joel give their “predictions” and “recap” of 2014, which is purely their version, but somebody’s got to do it. Also, we talk tools for testing in NodeJS, namely Mocha and Chai, some linux and regex visualization websites, a < $300 ChromeBook announced by Toshiba at CES, writing and posting HTML content on GitHub using gh_pages, and more.