Vilnius.js Meetup January 2019

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127 people going


Oberlo HQ

Upės g. 23 · Vilnius

How to find us

see someone (probably Oberlo employee) downstars to take you to the 5th floor, because elevators are employee-only

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EEEEOOOO, usergroup, resolve to submit a talk!

The first meetup in 2019 will be started off by Krystal Campioni. We will enjoy the first Vue.js talk. Thanks to Oberlo for providing a venue (yep, first time) and for bringing her. It's the first time Vilnius.js speaker description uses this pronoun! More than 6 years since the first meetup!

Second is Mindaugas Jačionis from Tesonet to talk about developing a Chrome extension (and a Firefox addon?), also first-time topic.

Another special first time is the first front-end development conference in Vilnius - YGLF, on May 16-17 - save the date, or buy early bird tickets now at!

18:00 - food, drinks, networking
18:45 - Krystal Campioni - Advanced animations with Vue.js: taking your interface to the next level
19:30 - Mindaugas Jačionis - Writing a browser extension using React + Redux stack
20:15 - hang out in the office

Abstract: Advanced animations with Vue.js: taking your interface to the next level
In this talk, I’ll walk you through the coolest features of Vue.js and explore how to combine them with advanced CSS animations and transitions in order to create fancy interactive animations. We'll dive into a game built with Vue.js and how to apply similar techniques to spice up real-world applications.

Abstract: Writing a browser extension using React + Redux stack
Writing a browser extension is like writing website - you get to use your favorite front-end stack and this is amazing - React + Redux for the win!!! 🎉 Except for the fact that there are new constrains, another dimension of cross-browser inconsistencies & multiple new APIs. 😱 So, how are those extensions done, what’s the process and the developer experience? 🤔

Bio: Krystal Campioni (
Krystal has been working with front-end development for 9 years. During this time she's had the opportunity to work in a wide range of projects from web and mobile applications to games and virtual reality. She's also been a coach on Rails Girls events and presented talks at events like RubyConf, DevDays, and CodeTalks. You can find out more about she's done so far on her website:

Bio: Mindaugas Jačionis (
Sr. Front-end Engineer @ Tesonet during the day and JavaScript/React Lecturer @ Code Academy during the night (more like during the evening). Experience covering from simple marketing landing pages to cross platform web and mobile solutions with React & React Native.