Ultra-Modern Front End Architectures with Boundless Learning


Web-sites with only one web-page? Web-servers that serve no HTML? SASS/HAML/Coffee in place of CSS/HTML/JS? The future of front-ends is a very different place, indeed, and requires a very different type of workflow and way of thinking, but the benefits can be great.

Aaron White and members of the Boundless engineering team will share why single page web-apps are the future of the web, the benefits they confer, and detailed information on HOW they are architected, deployed, and maintained in the real-world. As a bonus, they will open source their SPAR framework they use to accelerate modern front-end development.

Technical Topics include:

- Overview of Single page web-apps and their benefits to users and developers.

- Modern Front-end architecture from browser through server and ops.

- Modern front-end tooling, debugging, and techniques.

- Deployment strategy

- SPAR

- Real World Q&A

 

Boston Tech Event Schedule:

6:30 - 7:15: Free pizza and networking

Talking the Boston tech job market with experts from Workbridge Associatesand Jobspring Partners

7:20 - 8:30: "Ultra-Modern Front End Architectures with Boundless Learning" by Aaron White


Join or login to comment.

  • Aaron W.

    Hi Everyone - thanks for turning out last night, it was a pleasure to share our technology with you. I've posted the slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/wyrmwood/ultramodern-frontend-dev-introducing-spar and you can find Spar at its github page here: http://goboundless.github.com/spar

    Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions on using Spar! Thanks again,

    - Aaron & Team Boundless

    September 27, 2012

    • Andy D.

      Thanks, Aaron, great talk. Just what I needed right now. Looking forward to checking out Spar!

      September 27, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great prestenation; only flaw: I wish he'd not omitted SEO entirely, even though there were time constraints.

    September 27, 2012

  • Gene B.

    Bleeding edge. Reinforces the value of becoming proficient+ in JavaScript and jQuery.

    September 27, 2012

  • Dima T.

    Very organized and informative presentation.

    September 27, 2012

  • E B

    I understood the general concept presented, and the speaker was concise. However, the level of technical jargon got way too high and I was only understanding a fraction of each sentence as the talk progressed.

    September 26, 2012

  • Pavel K.

    Great!

    September 26, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I must say this was one of the best technical Meetup presentations that I've seen. The material was cutting-edge. The presentation and speaker were exceptionally clear and well-organized. Excellent overall.

    September 26, 2012

  • Albert W.

    It was okay. The concepts themselves weren't all that new—CSS preprocessors and Coffeescript have been around for a while.

    The missed opportunity: that modern front-end development requires tools like Spar and Yeoman (http://yeoman.io) to handle the tediousness of compressing Sass, Haml, run the unit tests, compress the images, etc.

    Most devs don't want to change how they do things unless the productivity gains are clear. This would have been a great chance to show how much more productive a developer can be by using a build system and abstractions like Sass, Coffeescript and Haml instead of doing stuff because it's new and hip, which is what some folks were talking about after the meeting broke up.

    September 26, 2012

  • D.Lo

    Amazing

    September 26, 2012

  • Viv S.

    Will this be recorded?

    September 26, 2012

  • Maria

    For those of us that can't make it, will someone post the slide deck here? Thanks so much!

    1 · September 24, 2012

Our Sponsors

People in this
Meetup are also in:

Imagine having a community behind you

Get started Learn more
Henry

I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.

Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders

Sign up

Meetup members, Log in

By clicking "Sign up" or "Sign up using Facebook", you confirm that you accept our Terms of Service & Privacy Policy