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London CSS August

  • Aug 16, 2016 · 6:30 PM

Join us for an evening full of CSS best practices, new technologies and discussions with other frontend developers passionate about CSS. Beers and pizzas will be provided by our amazing host, Badoo

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The Magic of the Infinite Scroller
Konstantin Dzuin | @kdzuin

At Badoo we face many technical challenges on a daily basis. One of the challenges I'm going to talk about is our solution to how we showed a large number of users on a single page. Currently there are a lot of solutions to this on the market but none of them suited our needs. We wanted a balance between maintainability and the-best-technical-idea-ever! Our solution was our version of the infinite scroll - let the browser do all the magic, while we relax with a coffee. During this talk I will be focusing on the idea, some of the technical details and the highlights of our implementation.

8 things I learned from building a pattern library
Inayaili de León Persson | @yaili

There's no question about the importance of having your own pattern library. But there are some key aspects to building one that aren't so often discussed. I will share 8 tips that I've learned through building the Ubuntu Vanilla Framework that can make your own projects run a little bit more smoothly.

CSS Modules in the Real World 
Oliver Turner | @oliverturner 

In this talk, we're going to take a look at the pros and cons of using CSS Modules in production. That will include a very brief refresher on the what and why of CSS Modules, explanation of how to implement them server-side (sans Webpack!) and implications of using them in a team environment.

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  • Daria B.

    Thanks for joining LondonCSS Meetup! Here are Kostya's slides from our "The Magic of the Infinite Scroller" talk: http://bit.ly/MagicIS

    5 · August 17

  • eduardo aparicio c.

    Amazing talks, every time I got more impress, I'm a fan keep doing as well you do. Looking forward for the next one. To the speaker: you deliver to us a huge value in our day to day lives.

    1 · August 16

    • Razvan S.

      The talks were really good, indeed! Thanks for the feedback, Eduardo! See you at the next one :)

      1 · August 17

  • Matt N.

    3 great talks, many thanks to all involved!

    1 · August 17

  • Patrick W.

    Afraid I won't be able to make it, have a good one

    August 16

    • Patrick W.

      Sorry for short notice - overran at work

      August 16

    • Razvan S.

      no worries. See you next time!

      August 17

  • adrian l.

    I just left as the front desk person told it has cancelled.

    August 16

    • Marcin K.

      Turns out that guy didn't know that there were two meetup.

      August 16

    • Razvan S.

      sorry to hear that, Adrian. There was a mix up at the reception (as Marcin was saying, there were 2 meetups).

      August 17

  • Marcin K.

    Interesting topics, informative talks, well presented. Shorter Q&A would be better IMO but overall well done! Looking forward to seeing the slides!

    1 · August 16

    • Igor C.

      Thanks for the feedback, Marcin. We're definitely going to try to get the time under control next time!

      1 · August 16

  • Igor C.

    Apologies to people who were told the meetup was cancelled, there was a mix up at the front desk. We'll have some signage next time

    1 · August 16

  • Nigel C.

    Are the talks starting at 6.30 or closer to 7?, I am running a few minutes late myself

    August 16

    • Igor C.

      Take your time, they start at 7pm

      1 · August 16

    • Nigel C.

      Made it in plenty of time :)

      August 16

  • Marcin K.

    The guy at the reception said it's been cancelled. Confused...

    August 16

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