Lewis Cowper explores a variety of tools available to “component-ise” CSS.
Sam Beckham speaks about load times and Andrew Khan will speak about page rendering.
Kaspars Žarinovs introduces the history of isomorphic JS, with a quick rundown of the pros and cons before diving into how to do it.
Two talks, "Version control is a git" (Chris Kemper) and "Chrome dev tools tips and tricks" (Damian Nicholson).
Two talks, "An Introduction to Modern Email Best Practices" (Ade-Lee Adebiyi) and "Responsive Email Frameworks: How & Why" (Kerri Mark Sharp).
Covering markup, ARIA, VoiceOver on Mac/iOS, and NVDA on Windows.
Presented by Jack Franklin
An outline of CSS Grid - the latest tool for frontend layout.
Andrew Willis speaks about Vue.js and Ali Sheehan-Dare will talk about server-side rendering and isomorphic apps.
Chris Coyier will be talking about SVG, over a live video feed.
Martin Beeby will look at the future capabilities of browsers, devices and servers and how applications will be impacted by advances in those three areas.
Alistair Duggin explain what accessibility is and the different ways that people interact with websites and the barriers they often face.
Using Typescript for modern development principles such as static typing, classes, modules, and interfaces in order to build robust and reusable code.
Chris Price will talk through creating D3 components.
Inviting some recent graduates to share their experiences.
Ben Cooper talks about frontend performance.
Micheal Harker will talk about web sockets, an usage for performance and security.
Niels Leenheer discusses weird browsers - How to make your site work on obscure smart TVs, games consoles and e-readers.
Kerry Gallagher will speak about a build system and test suite from Require.js/Grunt through to Webpack.
Richard Powell will share experience migrating a large codebase from Backbone to React.
Luke Jackson will be giving a tour of Flexbox.
He'll be giving an introduction and advice on how to deal with some of its complexities and quirks.
A panel session with Dan Edwards, Ryan Taylor and Richard Powell. Tickets released: 29 Oct, 11am and 1pm.
Tickets available: 24th September.
We're looking at how you can become a better team player. A big part of our jobs is working with designers and back end developers. Ben Holliday and Jamie Hurst speak.
Damian Nicholson introduces Angular JS and Jonathan Hamilton explains why he moved from Angular to React.js.
Looking at task runners. Grunt, Gulp, and Broccoli can revolutionise the way you work. Talks from Jonathan Steele and Alex Newman.
Meetup for anyone interested in frontend development.
We’ll be exploring the world of CSS Pre-processors. We look at how to get started with SCSS before looking at what you can do with Susy, a layout tool built with SCSS mixins (with Rob Walker and Martin Underhill).