👋 LondonJS people, this month is about jQuery/React and Perfume.js with two presentations:
The five stages of grief - Moving from jQuery to React
by Tara Ojo (@tara_ojo), and Sam McTaggart (@wannabefro) Software engineers @FutureLearn
Keeping 100% Lighthouse score around the world
by Leonardo Zizzamia (@Zizzamia) Web Tech Lead @coinbase
[The five stages of grief - Moving from jQuery to React ]
Sometimes people drift apart. We’ve outgrown you and as much as the warmth of your embrace tempts us, we know we need to move on.
Change is inevitable. Regardless of our best intentions, there will come a point where all our carefully laid out technical decisions are made redundant. How we, both as individuals, and as a team approach these changes can make all the difference to the outcome.
We’ll take you through the 5 stages of grief we experienced when moving on from jQuery. How we learned to embrace React, and how we are now living our best lives"
[Keeping 100% Lighthouse score around the world]
Performance is crucial to designing a delightful user experience. Yet even products with a 100% Lighthouse score often fall short in some regions of the world. You can determine your performance worldwide by measuring field data with Real User Monitoring (RUM) via Perfume.js. In this talk, we'll study how we use Perfume.js at Coinbase to maximize our performance around the globe.
See you the 16th July!