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Brunch with Chaplin -and- ES6

  • Oct 22, 2013 · 6:00 PM

Josh Habdas wil cover Brunch with Chaplin, and how he used it to create Hopstop (the beer search) app with Bootstrap 3 and Untappd API. 


Md Khan will present "New JavaScript Standard: Why you should be excited about ECMA Script 6"

 

Q: What the heck is ES6?

A: ECMAScript 6.

Q: What is ECMAScript 6?

A: That's the official name JavaScript.

Q: Really? Why 6?

A: The next version of JavaScript.

Q: Why should I be excited about it?

A: ES 6 has handful of new features and coo addition to make your code more efficient, quick development and less bug in your code. You will be familiar with code examples, browser support and how you can write code in ES6 today.



6:00 - begin arriving and socialize

6:30 - presentation begins

Space, food and refreshments will be provided by Enova International.

 

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  • Josh H.

    Link to the Brunch with Chaplin deck:
    https://speakerdeck.com/jhabdas/hopstop

    Twitters and link to app on last slide.

    October 22, 2013

    • Gregory O.

      Great presentation sir. Had to jet but looking forward to chatting next time. Lots to think about. Loved what you said about getting the stack together and picking the right tools. Good stuff.

      2 · October 22, 2013

  • Jhankar M.

    If the link for slide: http://khan4019.github.io/ES6/#/

    October 22, 2013

    • Gregory O.

      Just wanted to say I liked your comedy mixed in with concern for our jobs. Great conversation and presentation to whet our ES6 palates. Good job. Looking forward to hanging out with you and picking your brain next time.

      2 · October 22, 2013

  • Camilo G.

    Both presenters were great. Though I'm not such a coffeeScript guy, I learned about a few tools I'll learn in the future. I appreciated the meta approach and it seemed too short. Could have filled the whole time.

    ECMAscript 6 is especially interesting to me. I came from an ActionScript 3 background and when I first started learning modern JavaScript frameworks, I couldn't believe all the gee gaws and convoluted side effects you poor guys had to game in order to mimic classic OOP. I can't wait for classes, namespaces, constants, instances and protected, private and public variables and functions. This is a higher level way of looking at OOP without having to resort to closures, immediately executed functions or the messy and nasty prototype chain. Of course it won't be supported until IE 14 or so. A good overview and again, that could have filled the entire time.

    October 22, 2013

  • Joe

    Will be there

    October 22, 2013

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