- Storybook UI testing you will love
Are you working with Angular or React and find that your automated test just isn’t enough? Your test pass, but something could still be off with the appearance of the component. Wouldn’t you like a place where you could see all of your components independently and check them for consistency? Sometimes it helps to be able to interact with the component. We’ve got you covered! Come explore the ins and outs of Storybook, a user interface development environment you are going to love! *** AGENDA *** • 6:30PM -- Doors open • 6:30 - 7:00PM -- Socializing | Food & Drinks • 7:00 - 7:50PM -- Talk, Demo, and Q&A • 8:15PM -- Doors closed *** ABOUT THE SPEAKER *** Joseph Fehrman is a software Engineer from Fredericksburg Virginia. He works in Richmond VA at UDig as a software consultant. Just a nerd who loves learning new things and likes to write code for fun. When I'm not learning new things I'm currently trying to get back into shape. *** PARKING *** Appian is located in the Reston town center, the nearest garage is the orange garage (parking is free), walk to the address listed, and someone will help you get upstairs. There will also be a raffle for a free jetbrains license! This will now happen every month!
- Advanced Promises: Locks, Latches, and Barriers
As web applications get more complex, with more moving parts, and more async behavior, the ability to run a smooth user experience with a consistent state become a lot harder. Utilizing the simple power of Promises, with some lessons learned from concurrent programming, we can provide some tools and techniques to bring order to async issues like out of order execution, request/animation interruption, and state management. *** AGENDA *** • 6:30PM -- Doors open • 6:30 - 7:00PM -- Socializing | Food & Drinks • 7:00 - 7:50PM -- Talk, Demo, and Q&A • 8:15PM -- Doors closed *** PARKING *** Appian is located in the Reston town center, the nearest garage is the orange garage (parking is free), walk to the address listed, and someone will help you get upstairs.
- Web Ready Augmented Reality in 47 Lines of Code
- React Hooks
- I Don't Care About Security (And Neither Should You)
- The Dev Environment: Issues, Debug Patterns, Env Checkers
- Learn Redux by Writing Redux
Finding a React/Redux cookbook is an easy way to get started with React/Redux. However, most people will find themselves frustrated when they don’t realize how data flow works, where mutations should occur, where side effects should happen, and common anti patterns to avoid. This talk will give you a better understanding of Redux by going through a live coding of Redux. We will create reducers, action dispatchers, Redux middleware, and a custom React-Redux connector ***AGENDA*** • 6:30PM -- Doors open • 6:30 - 7:00PM -- Socializing | Food & Drinks • 7:00 - 7:50PM -- Talk & Demo • 7:50 - 8:00PM -- Q&A • 8:15PM -- Doors closed ***ABOUT THE SPEAKER*** Matt Crowder is a software engineer @WalmartLabs (https://twitter.com/WalmartLabs) and is a subject matter expert of Walmart.com’s electrode platform - electrode.io. In his spare time, he enjoys coding, spending time with his wife, and walking his dog.
- Accessibility in Client Side Applications
Regardless of whether you're using React, Angular, Embed, Backbone, or whatever your framework may be, CSAs tend to share a lot of the same Accessibility challenges. So, remaining CSA agnostic, how do we as developers make applications accessible and do it successfully. Megan Zlock has a few tips and tricks to help get started. **SCHEDULE OF EVENTS** - 6:30PM -- Doors open - 6:30-7:00PM -- Networking and Refreshments - 7:00-7:50PM -- Talk & Demo - 7:50 -8:00PM -- Q&A - 8:15PM -- Doors closed/Everyone out **ABOUT THE SPEAKER** Megan Zlock is an Accessibility Specialist at Viget.
- React Native - The Good Parts