July Event – David Stanich, From Framework Code to Web Components

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WeWork

1330 Lagoon Ave · Minneapolis, MN

How to find us

Enter the Mozaic East building, take the elevator up to level 4, and check in at WeWork's front desk.

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Ongoing agenda:

6:00 - Food and merriment

6:30 - Lightning Talks

7:00 - Main presentation

"Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Your Framework Code into Web Components" – David Stanich

What if you could take the power of modern JavaScript framework components and export them into generic web components? Good news! There are now tools that allow this to happen! In this session you will learn what web components are, get a view of some of the tools available to export Angular/Vue/React components, and see code examples of mixing exported components within other frameworks and vanilla HTML/JavaScript.

Creating web components from your framework code may have some nice benefits depending on your project. Some example use cases include:

- Use existing components in one framework with another framework (use Angular components inside of React or Vue).

- Provides a piecemeal migration path from an older framework to a new one. For example, embedding Angular within AngularJS.

- Embed web components inside of other technologies like a CMS or server side rendering technology.

Although some of these tools are relatively new and still under development, it presents an exciting glimpse of what it may be like one day to have a more generic and open web.

David Stanich is a frontend developer at IBM in Rochester, Minnesota. He has been professionally developing web applications for the last 12+ years and is currently working on the UI for Watson Health products. His experience includes a variety of UI frameworks, backend technologies, and organizing frontend developer meetups within IBM Rochester.

7:45/8:00 - Free time to discuss, network, hack, etc.

8:30 - Disperse!

Location Notes:

This area is heavily served by public transit – take the 6, 17, or 21 to the Uptown Transit Center.

On-street parking, or use of the paid Mozaic parking ramp is recommended.

Please reach out to the organizers ([masked]) if you would like to use the building's accessible entrance or parking, as we can make additional arrangements.

It's always a great event, hope to see you there!