Gil Fink is a web development expert, Web Technologies GDE, Microsoft MVP and CEO at sparXys. He is currently consulting for various enterprises and companies, where he helps to develop web-based solutions. He is also co-author of several Microsoft Official Courses (MOCs) and training kits, co-author of “Pro Single Page Application Development” book (Apress), co-organizer of AngularUP and ReactNext conferences.
🎤 As front-end developers we strive to build fast and fluid web apps. But how can you find performance problems or memory leaks? How do you profile a web app?
In this session, you will get to know how the browser works. Then, you will learn how to use that information to profile your web apps.
🌟Elad Shechter - CSS Storytelling Architecture🌟
Elad Shechter | CSS/HTML Architect and Tech Lead at Investing.com, Founder of CSS Masters Israel Community, Writer of various globally known CSS articles and a CSS speaker.
🎤 CSS Storytelling Architecture - On the web there are 2 types of architecture. The first architecture type is Based Style Architecture, which means that the architecture is built on the given named of those styles and the basic structure of HTML.
The second type of architecture, is a Storytelling Architecture. This kind of architecture structure, builds on the story of the ideas of our website, given the CSS class names by the meaning of the content, from basic structure to more complex and even structures that are absolutely independent entities.
Elad Shechter will dive into those ideas and building structure, of creating those complex CSS Storytelling Architecture in a better way from his own experience.
🌟Yonatan Doron : Microinteractions: Little Things that Matter🌟
Yonatan Doron is a Lead Frontend Developer at CyberX with a passion for user-centric frontend development and modular client architecture. Yonatan contributes content to various technology-focused outlets, writing thought leadership articles on software, frontend, and product design. In his spare time, he leads one of the biggest developers Meetup communities in Israel and creates open-source projects.
🎤 Microinteractions are those little moments where design and code work together at their best. When used with care, they can even become signature moments, the way clapping for an article on Medium expresses the brand’s identity in a way that goes beyond any language or culture. In this talk, I’ll introduce the microinstruction at the abstract level, reveal its building blocks and show some concrete ways to understand and use them to create memorable, compelling interfaces.
This Meetup is sponsored by Microsoft for Startups