• Moving Large Scale Web Apps to React

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    Through the years we've built countless web apps using our favorite front-end tooling at the time. Just like with any production app, you may now be in the perpetual maintenance cycle or the app is still being used but is begging to be rewritten. Let's indulge our desire to rewrite everything we could using the latest and greatest. In this talk, Stan Bershadskiy will take you through the process of taking an existing application and porting it over to a more modern technology stack, such as React. You will learn about several of the popular supporting libraries and tools used today to help you build your app more efficiently. **SCHEDULE OF EVENTS** – 6:30PM — Doors open – 6:30 - 7:00PM — Networking and Refreshments – 7:00 - 7:30PM — Talk – 7:30 - 8:00PM — Q&A – 8:00 - 9:00PM — Chat w/ organizers – 9:30PM — Doors closed/Everyone out ** We're looking for volunteers from the NYC.JS community to help organize future meetups. Stay after Stan's talk and chat with current organizers to discuss open roles and responsibilities. **ABOUT THE SPEAKER** Stan Bershadskiy (https://twitter.com/stan229) is an architect at Modus Create and specializes in all things JavaScript with vast knowledge in Sencha frameworks. Recently, he has directed his focus towards React Native and is the co-author of the React Native Cookbook (https://www.amazon.com/React-Native-Cookbook-Stan-Bershadskiy/dp/1786462559/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1488825082&sr=8-1&keywords=react+native+cookbook). He has architected systems across many industries. Stan is located in New York City and can be found co-organizing NYC.JS Meetups and presenting at conferences and meetups around the country. **HOSTED BY WEWORK (http://www.wework.com/)**

  • Harness the power of Web Audio


    Time to kick off the NYCJS Meetups for 2016! From Spotify to SoundCloud, audio is more popular than ever! Want to learn more about HTML5 Audio and the Web Audio API? Interested in adding movie quality audio to your web sites, apps or games? This talk is for you! Titus Blair will walk you through coding an app using HTML5 Audio and the Web Audio API with movie quality, premium audio. You will leave with the ability to start building your own web sites, apps or games with HTML5 Audio and the Web Audio API. About the Author: Titus Blair is the developer evangelist for Dolby Technologies. He is a family man, world traveler and hacker who successfully built a million dollar ecommerce business as well as mobile apps with downloads in the millions. He started coding as a teenager and became a college professor at age 18 teaching programming and computer animation. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and meetups in silicon valley where he teaches developers how to build + grow + market amazing sites, apps and games. =================== If you're working on a web app that leverages Web Audio you can Dolby Digital Plus and get a chance to win $10,000! https://bit.ly/dolby10kchallenge

  • Deeper Dive into React Native for iOS and Android


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    In this meetup, Jay Garcia and Stan Bershadskiy will present on React Native for iOS and Android. They will discuss key features of this new and exciting library and do deep dives on how all of the pieces fit together. Key demonstrations will be provided for applications that tailor to both platforms. Stan and Jay will answer the question in the industry's collective minds: "Did Facebook make all mobile HTML5 frameworks irrelevant?" We're moving to a new venue this time in the financial district area. The space is going to be a more intimate environment allowing you to ask more questions and really dive into the material. Because of the limited space, we have to cap the meetup attendee limit. We would really appreciate it if you only RSVP yes if you're certain you will attend. If do RSVP and something comes up that you can not attend please change your status ASAP.

  • FREE Workshop: From API to App with Node.js and Ionic

    REGISTER USING THE EVENTBRITE LINK BELOW! Learn to build APIs using Node.js and then build a hybrid mobile app using the Ionic framework (HTML/CSS/AngularJS/Apache Cordova) that consumes the APIs in this all-day, hands-on developer workshop, sponsored by Apigee. Whether you're a seasoned developer or not, this workshop will cover everything you need to know to start building APIs and hybrid mobile apps -- including a crash course in Node.js, and a crash course in AngularJS for those that need to get up to speed. And even though the workshop is focused on developing a hybrid app, everything learned in the workshop regarding API consumption can be applied to native (Obj-C, Java, C#), .Net, Ruby or traditional web development as well. This is NOT a sales or marketing workshop - in fact, everything we use is free and open source! The goal of the workshop is to give back to the community by providing attendees with a basis of knowledge to get started with API-driven app development, regardless of skill level. It all kicks off at 9am and runs until 5pm. Lunch and beers/wine (afterwards) are provided by Apigee. You can find all the details and register at: https://api-to-app-manhattan.eventbrite.com

  • Intro to React Native


    **Agenda** • 6:30 - early arrivals, socializing • 7:00 - Jay's talk starts • ~8:00 - talk ends, networking, announcements In this talk, Jay Garcia will introduce you to the world of React Native, where we'll discuss JSX Basics and take a look at what features React Native has to offer today. We'll look at the process of creating custom React Native components along the way.

  • How to build a fully functioning app with polymer and Firebase.

    Summary: Web components are revolutionizing the frontend. Everyone is encouraged to think in terms of components and self-contained widgets. Polymer makes creating UI components simple and easy. Learn how to create a fully functioning app with Polymer and Firebase. Let's see a code demo of how to build a web app using polymer, step by step. Bio: Vinay Raghu is most comfortable when walking the line between code and design. He founded IncrementalUX to consult for web and mobile apps on usability, user experience and scalable frontend architecture. He is passionate about topics such as rapid prototyping, UI animation, CSS frameworks and developer workflows. He firmly believes in learning through sharing and runs the New Haven UX meetup group. He blogs at http://viii.in/ and loves Oreo cookies.

  • Webinar: The New Age of Browser Based Gaming

    Please register here (http://moduscreate.com/events/webinar-html5-gaming/). Video games have become one of the largest forms of entertainment today. They exist on almost every interactive platform from Computers to TVs to Mobile Phones. This webinar will take a look at developing games for the web browser. We will cover some of the history behind games on the browser, what’s happening today in web based games, and what’s being promised for the near future. We will also examine several leading HTML5 game engines that are on the market now, including Phaser, CreateJS and Unity. This webinar will help give developers direction in building browser based games.

  • The State of HTML5 Gaming & Developing Your First Game with Phaser

    Title: The State of HTML5 Gaming Description: Stan Bershadskiy from Modus Create,will discuss the current state of HTML5 game engines, including Phaser, Impact and Unity. Bio: Stan is an experienced software developer and speaker with expertise in both front and back-end web development, as well as native desktop or mobile applications. He enjoys working with bleeding edge technologies to create rich and exciting user experiences. ------- Title: Developing your first Game with Phaser Description: Game developing is fun and it's a lot more fun when you can develop with web technologies, in this talk I will introduce you to Phaser, a state of the art JavaScript game engine. Bio: Crysfel has been working with JavaScript for several years, he usually works developing mobile apps using web technologies. Last year he started developing games just for fun, he also loves to write about Angular JS, Phaser, Ext JS or Sencha Touch in his personal blog.

  • Moxtra, Mobile Collaboration SDK Open House - Sept. 16

    Calling all NYC based developers! Whether you are a developer interested in integrating into your app, or still debating whether to give us a try, we’ve got it covered during our SDK event on the evening of September 16th! Our SDK lets your own app users chat, meet, and collaborate with each other with our full fledged mobile capabilities, so you’ll have no hassles AND no overbearing branding. Just your app, better than ever. Come join us as we walk you through a tour of our Moxtra app and our SDK, with plenty of delicious food and drinks to go around. We will answer any questions you may have, so stop by our event if you’re a developer looking to add some power features into your app! So go ahead and RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/moxtra-sdk-open-house-new-york-city-tickets-12519878293 Looking forward to seeing some of you there! Best, The Moxtra team If you have any questions, please email us at [masked].

  • Advanced Charting with Ext JS and Sencha Touch

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    Webinar: Register here- http://moduscreate.com/events/advanced-charting-with-ext-js-and-sencha-touch/ Brice will walk through and discuss how to leverage the advanced concepts of custom charts using Ext JS and Sencha Touch. After taking a swim into the core concepts behind the drawing and charting packages, we’ll deep dive into some techniques reserved for advanced charting. Topics include custom sprites, animation, mashing up with other data components and performance.