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Bangalore Web Performance Meetup is the monthly gathering of performance minded developers in Bangalore.

Our group will give you the opportunity to meet with other web application developers, designers, system administrators, and business people who all want to improve the application performance for better business outcome.

Upcoming events (3)

How to store files in aws S3 bucket and access it.


As a widely adopted solution for scalable and durable file storage in cloud-based applications, AWS S3 offers a robust and reliable platform to meet your file storage needs.

This webinar will give you a comprehensive understanding of how to leverage AWS S3 as a scalable and secure file storage solution in your cloud-based applications.

Join us to unlock the full potential of AWS S3 and revolutionize the way you store and access files in the cloud.

To register, simply fill out the form below with your name, email address, and organization, and we'll send you all the details you need to join the session.

Key Questions Answered:
How can I create an S3 bucket and configure it for file storage?
What are the different access control mechanisms in AWS S3, and how can I secure access to my files?
What are the various methods to upload files to an S3 bucket?
How can I access files stored in S3 directly or generate pre-signed URLs for temporary access?
What are the best practices for securing data, optimizing performance?

Who Should Attend?
Developers and engineers interested in understanding AWS S3 as a file storage solution
IT professionals seeking scalable and secure cloud-based file storage options
Individuals involved in building cloud-based applications requiring file storage and access

Speaker’s Profile:
Kusuma Sri Lahari is a Software Engineer at Valuebound. With two years of experience in backend and frontend development, Kusuma specializes in backend development practices. Beyond work, Kusuma's interests include singing, and playing music.

Register now: https://www.valuebound.com/webinar/how-store-files-aws-s3-bucket-and-access-it

The Future of Component-Based Theming in Drupal: Exploring Twig and Pattern.

In today's digital world, accessibility is not just a buzzword; it's a fundamental aspect of creating inclusive web experiences. With Drupal being a leading content management system known for its flexibility and extensibility, it is crucial to understand how to incorporate accessibility into Drupal theming effectively.

In this webinar, you will unlock the power to create digital experiences that are inclusive and impactful, ensuring that your websites reach and engage with a wider audience. Join us as we bridge the gap between design and accessibility, empowering you to make a positive difference in the lives of all users.

Key Questions Answered:
What are the latest trends and advancements in accessibility within the Drupal theming ecosystem?
How can you incorporate accessibility principles into your Drupal designs to cater to users with diverse abilities?
What are the essential techniques and best practices for creating accessible interfaces in Drupal theming?
How does accessibility contribute to a positive user experience and comply with accessibility standards?
What are the key considerations and challenges in achieving accessibility in Drupal theming, and how can they be overcome?

Who Should Attend?
Drupal developers and themers looking to enhance their understanding of accessibility in the context of Drupal theming.
Front-end developers interested in incorporating accessibility principles into their designs within the Drupal framework.
UX/UI designers focused on creating inclusive interfaces and experiences for users with diverse abilities.

Speaker’s Profile:
Kunal Sahu is a Software Development Engineer at Valuebound. With almost a year of experience and a strong background in software development, Kunal is dedicated to contributing to the Drupal community and promoting inclusive design practices.

Register here: https://www.valuebound.com/webinar/future-component-based-theming-drupal-exploring-twig-and-pattern-libraries

Watch it Live: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/6161545628

How to deploy a serverless website using lambda.

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In today's fast-paced digital landscape, businesses need websites that are not only efficient and scalable but also easy to maintain. That's where serverless architecture comes in, and AWS Lambda takes center stage. With AWS Lambda, you can deploy web applications without the hassle of managing servers, providing you with a flexible and streamlined development experience.

Our comprehensive webinar will equip you with the knowledge and skills to deploy a serverless website using AWS Lambda. We'll guide you through the essential steps, including creating and configuring Lambda functions to serve a React application.

By the end of this webinar, you'll have the expertise to build cutting-edge web applications that effortlessly scale to meet user demands.

Key Questions Answered:
1.What are the essential steps to deploying a serverless website using AWS Lambda?
2.How can Lambda functions be created and configured to serve a React application?
3.What are the benefits of deploying a serverless website with AWS Lambda, including scalability, cost-effectiveness, and low-maintenance?

Who Should Attend?
Developers interested in deploying serverless websites using AWS Lambda.
Web application developers seeking to build cutting-edge web applications.
IT professionals looking to enhance their knowledge and skills in serverless architecture and AWS Lambda.

Speaker’s Profile:
Adithya Pantangi is a highly skilled Software Engineer at Valuebound. With a strong focus on ReactJS, Node.js, and other related technologies, Adithya brings a wealth of experience in web development and hosting practices. Outside of work, Adithya enjoys watching football and diving into the world of books.

Register here: https://www.valuebound.com/webinar/how-deploy-serverless-website-using-lambda

Watch it Live: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/6161545628

Past events (36)

Mastering RESTful Web Services in Drupal 10.