KarlsruheJS in Quarantine Special: 🚀 Scaling JavaScript & 🔬 Micro-Animations

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Hey JavaScript lovers in quarantine,

please join us for our first ever KarlsruheJS in Quarantine Special!
This meetup will be held completely online and virtual via GoToWebinar.
This way you can enjoy the talks and link up with the KarlsruheJS community completely from the comfort of you own quarantine!

Get your Quarantinis ready (it's a Martini, just enjoyed in quarantine) and please register here:


We also set up a brand new KarlsruheJS Slack channel!

Join here: https://karlsruhejs-slack.herokuapp.com/

👋see you soon!



19:00: Intro by Kahlil Lechelt

19:15: 🚀 SCALING JAVASCRIPT DEVELOPMENT by Johannes Reuter (http://twitter.com/johannes_reuter)

The Javascript stack of web software development (Node.js, Webpack, Angular/React) works well for tons of small to medium sized projects.
But when scaling to bigger projects with 7 digit numbers of lines of code and hundreds of active contributors, it’s quite likely to run into issues. This talk goes through several lessons learned in scaling the Kibana code base (https://github.com/elastic/kibana) to its current size regarding to architecture, tooling and operations.

19:45: Quick break to get yourself some drinks, go to the bathroom and socialize in the chat!

20:00: 🔬 MICRO-ANIMATIONS WITH REACT SPRING by Emma Bostian (http://twitter.com/emmabostian)

How many times have you thought to yourself, "I really wish I knew how to add animations to my web app" but had no idea where to start? In this talk we’ll dive into micro-animations (what are they, why should you care) and learn how to build them with React Spring.


This quarantine special edition of KarlsruheJS is supported by GoToWebinar by LogMeIn (http://gotowebinar.com)