Summer Front-end Outbreak

This is a past event

136 people went

Location image of event venue

Details

LINK SHOWING THE PLACE OF TODAYS MEETUP: https://www.instantstreetview.com/@50.054532,19.92812,61.55h,-8.26p,2.27z

An amazing event is coming! We’ve got for you the second edition of the meetup “Summer Front-end Breakout”. You know that we always provide interesting speeches and cold beer. This time, for next cooperation of Women in Technology and meet.js, we add beautiful weather that you’ll enjoy by the river, and two presentation tracks! Bring your friends, or come and make some new! You know you will be there!

AGENDA:

Upper deck:

18:00 - 18:15 Registration
18:15 - 18:20 Beginning
18:20 - 18:30 Time for our partners

18:30 - 19:00 - Bartek Smykla - Firebase na przykładzie Scaleworks.games
19:00 - 19:30 - Tymoteusz Kapuściński - HTML5 Canvas in industry applications.

19:30 - 19:45 - Break (15 minutes)

19:45 - 20:15 - Wojciech Grzebieniowski - Redux - Crash course
20:15 - 20:45 - Anna Migas - Make your animations perform well

20:45 - 21:00 - Break (15 minutes)
21:00 - 21:30 - Łukasz Ostrowski - Take your app out of the browser with Angular and Electron.

Bottom deck:

18:30 - 19:00 - Piotr Podolski - Augment your browser - you don't need an app for that
19:00 - 19:30 - Ada Ryś - Frontend bez granic, czyli trochę o Web Accessibility.

19:30 - 19:45 - Break (15 minutes)

19:45 - 20:15 - Mateusz Krzeszowiak - Escaping the Shallow Waters of Frontend Development
20:15 - 20:45 - Katarzyna Łypik - Mniej, znaczy lepiej - kilka słów o projektowaniu.

20:45 - 21:00 - Break (15 minutes)
21:00 - 21:30 - Przemek Syrdek - Jak spać spokojnie zajmując się front-endem

Łukasz Ostrowski - Take your app out of the browser with Angular and Electron. [ENG]

Let’s create simple front-end with Angular 4! It's CLI will help us build production ready app in a moment. No time spent on configuration, just coding. What's more, we can easily make our JavaScript app standalone! Access native system features like tray or notifications - here comes Electron.

We will wrap Angular and Electron together and create some cool stuff. Wanna become desktop app developer in 30 minutes? This talk is for you.

Ada Ryś - Frontend bez granic, czyli trochę o Web Accessibility. [PL]

Dostępność stron internetowych to jeden z najgorętszych tematów tego sezonu. Niezależnie od tego ile napisanych linii kodu masz za sobą, ten temat ciągle wraca i dotyczy nas wszystkich. Dowiemy się dlaczego problem dostępności dotyka każdego z nas oraz przyjrzymy się kilku podstawowym technikom, które sprawiają, że korzystanie z internetu jest prostsze dla każdego.

Mateusz Krzeszowiak - Escaping the Shallow Waters of Frontend Development [ENG]

So you want to become a professional frontend developer and don’t know where to start? Or maybe you already know the basics, but have now idea how to level up? Together we are going to head off on the journey through the vast ocean of languages, tools, and skills you may use daily. We will also look into common traps and pitfalls you should avoid during your adventure.

Przemek Syrdek - Jak spać spokojnie zajmując się front-endem [PL]

Podobno niektórzy front-endowcy boją się długiego spania, ponieważ po przebudzeniu używane przez nich frameworki mogą być już oznaczone jako "deprecated". Niestety i mnie swego czasu dopadły takie obawy - muszę być na krawędzi, używać tego co najnowsze, używać najmodniejszych bibliotek i narzędzi, bo inaczej wypadnę z obiegu. Tak jak ja miało zapewne wielu z was. Okazuje się, że będąc front-endem można jednak spokojnie spać, wystarczy tylko... przyjść i posłuchać ;)

Bartek Smykla - Firebase na przykładzie Scaleworks.games [PL]

Firebase to rozwiązanie, którego popularność niezmiennie rośnie od wielu miesięcy. Postanowiliśmy użyć Firebase'a do stworzenia aplikacji konkursowej Scaleworks.games. Postaram się opowiedzieć jak przebiegł cały proces, na jakie problemy się natknęliśmy oraz sumarycznie dlaczego w przyszłości będziemy korzystać z Firebase'a częściej.

Tymoteusz Kapuściński - HTML5 Canvas in industry applications. [ENG]

Blurb: A short overview of HTML5 canvas solutions aimed at industry themed usages. Limitations, charts, custom chartlike solutions etc... Highlights: Pixi.js, Paper.js, Chart.js

Wojciech Grzebieniowski - Redux - Crash course [ENG]

I'll try to show Redux benefits and what are the problems it's trying solve. I'll briefly talk through its architecture. I will explain how Redux works with React and how to handle asynchronicity. Later we'll try to build some classic todo app using React+Redux.

Katarzyna Łypik - Mniej, znaczy lepiej - kilka słów o projektowaniu. [PL]

Anna Migas - Make your animations perform well [ENG]

Animations have been around the web for some time already; badly implemented can be deadly to the website’s performance and the user’s delight. Let’s learn together what are the best techniques to get our animations smooth and how the browser renders our page to know where to look for optimisations.

Piotr Podolski - Augment your browser [ENG] You don't need an app for that Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Real Reality, Whatever Reality? All these phrases are catchy buzzwords and with recent advancements, one can get really hyped. But what about our good old friend - a web browser? Is it possible to create another Pokemon Go using Javascript? Could you have Snapchat's effects using just HTML? Or to create some magic should we all dump JS in favor of native apps?

PARTNERS:

Qualaroo (https://web.facebook.com/Qualaroo/?fref=mentions)

At the heart of Qualaroo’s service is the ability to connect with customers. Unlimited real-time surveys across the web, mobile web, and in-app provide businesses with the ability to target all of their users and understand them on all platforms. While other platforms only tell you what your users are doing, Qualaroo tells you why.

Our strengths include capturing voice of customer insights for customer success and product iteration– and helping you understand the blockers of conversion at every stage of the funnel.

Qualaroo provides a multifaceted combination of advanced targeting options to segment and reach the audience of your choosing. We include full manipulation of our custom design capabilities, and we provide industry leading integrations from companies such as Google, Adobe, Salesforce, Optimizely, Marketo, MailChimp, Slack and more. We’re backed by five years of survey research and development, and remain fully committed to this niche.

Qualaroo delivers voice of customer surveys to more than 600 clients world wide. In our network, we have thousands of surveys active at any given time, with more than one billion responses in our database.

Qualaroo is part of Scaleworks - a venture equity fund.

Its portfolio consists of 7 companies that provide software for verticals such as development teams, small businesses, and enterprises.

Sabre Poland (https://web.facebook.com/SabrePoland/?fref=mentions)

If something like numbers can even impress someone, providing a service to over[masked] transactions per minute is surely one of those things. Software created by Sabre helps millions of people on the planet to travel in an easy and problem-free way. Our Clients are mostly airlines, travel agencies and international chains of hotels. We provide employment for over[masked] people in 60 different countries by continuously producing new and better service.

We approach our duties with passion and that is why we are a leading company within the industry. We currently have over 1500 employees in our Krakow’s hub and we constantly look for more.