- NDC for Community: From JSON to Photons + Pointless vs. Pointfree
- Framsia is back! Serverless Evening: What does Serverless bring to front-end dev
Framsia meetup is back on the track with the event dedicated to the very interesting topic: what does Serverless mean for the front-end development and developers? Let's check what the major cloud providers think about that. We're hosting this event on Telia. Learn about the paradigm shift in software development. If you want to prepare for the event, check out this article: https://medium.com/capgemini-norway/serverless-et-paradigmeskifte-i-systemutvikling-556a24fb9bd6 Agenda: 17:00 Doors open 17:30 Jørgen Lybeck Hansen Title: Destroying Backends with Serverless. Description: What is Serverless, why do we need to know about it, and how do we implement it? I'll explain some these things and show you how easy it can be to move your business logic to the cloud instead of that heavy Spring Boot app. This is a practical guide of using AWS Amplify with your favorite frontend framework! Biography: Frontend Community Lead at Capgemini. Consultant at Nordea. Weekend coder. Serverless enthusiast. Coffee exploiter. 18:00-18:10 Alex York Title: Firebase & Firebase’s Serverless Functions (10 min lightning talk) Description: A quick look at Firebase, its light-weight real-time database solution, its dead-simple hosting, but more importantly its serverless Firebase Functions (backed by Google’s Cloud Functions), enabling complex apps to be built in no time, without having to think about backends or infrastructure at all. Biography: Independent consultant, co-founder of BrainBase, and full-stack web developer on Telia’s Digital Channels. 18:10 Marek Magdziak Title: Serverless API architecture with GraphQL Description: The journey and pitfalls of creating a serverless API architecture shareable between multiple separate teams with AWS Lambda and AppSync. Biography: Fullstack developer actively working with a variety of technologies from .NET through nodejs to Unity, where he doubles as game developer/designer, currently developing www.telia.no and Min Side. 18:40 Mingling, communicating, discussing See you in Telia!
- NDC for Community: Build VS Buy software components + Mötley Crüe and Mödern JS
- John Papa visits Norway: Vue & Angular in the Cloud + VS Code Can Do That!
We (a collaboration of Norwegian developer meetups) are happy to announce: John Papa is coming to Norway and holding two technical sessions for the local developer communities! **** There is no need to RSVP in this meetup group - please get your free ticket here: https://john-papa-for-dev-community.eventbrite.com The number of seats is limited! **** This is a great chance to meet John in person, ask him technical questions, and watch two technical sessions presented by him. As a community-driven initiative, this event is free to attend. Thanks to our sponsors, we have a top-notch venue and food/drinks served this evening. Agenda: 17:00 - Doors Open 17:30 - Vue / Angular to the Cloud Your Web app is complete! Now it's time to deploy it to the cloud. But how? One key ingredient is determining our goals. Do you want to publish directly from your laptop or through source control and CI/CD? Do you worry that it may work differently on your machine than the cloud? What about locking down versions of node, packages, and OS? Is your head about to explode? We'll demonstrate how to code, debug, and run docker locally to have confidence that what works locally will work in the cloud. The good news is that tooling has improved to make all of these deployment options within your reach to guide you to successfully deploy your app to the cloud. 18:30 - Break 18:45 - VS Code Can Do That?! How do you debug so easily in VS Code? What's are those key combinations to edit the code so quickly? What extensions are the ones I shouldn't code without? Get ready to hit the ground running in this fast-paced, demo-heavy talk that takes you through some of the best and most effective tips and tricks in VS Code. Learn how to setup your environment and customize it the way you like it. You'll walk out with several tips on how to be more efficient with one of the hottest tools on the Web today! 19:45 - Chatting, mingling, networking Sponsors: - Bouvet - awesome venue - Microsoft - food & drinks Organizers: - Angular Oslo meetup - VueJS Oslo meetup - Framsia meetup - Mobile Oslo meetup About John: John Papa is dedicated a father and husband, a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft, and alumnus of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft RD and MVP programs. His passions are deploying and teaching modern web technologies and enjoying everything Disney with his family. John is a co-host of the popular Adventures in Angular podcast, author of the Angular Style Guide, and many popular Pluralsight courses. You can reach me at johnpapa.net or on Twitter at @john_papa.
- Get your Service Worker on!
Originally of Canadian extraction, Alexander Pope now works and lives in the wilds of Oslo, keeping one eye on the sky as he works on the weather for NRK and Yr.no. We will first enjoy his critically-acclaimed (at JSConf EU, JS Kongress, etc.) talk "Outbreak", followed by a session dedicated to Service Workers testing. 18:00 Outbreak: index-sw-9a4c43b4b4778e7d1ca619eaaf5ac1db.js August 30, 2016, was by all accounts an average Tuesday, and release number 523 just a simple re-factor, but something went horribly wrong that day: bad code escaped from the office, and it quickly spread to infect tens of thousands, giving rise to a hoard of zombie ServiceWorkers! This is a disaster about a typo. This is a thriller about technology out of control. This is a tragedy about wasted CPU cycles. This is a cautionary tale about living in the age of ServiceWorker. 18:40 Service Workers testing The goal of this talk is to provide some practical examples and methodologies for testing service workers that you can take away and apply in a fashion that works for your project and team.
- Web Rebels Community Evening
- A future without browsers + Web Audio API + FlowType
- Progressive Web App Roadshow / Norwegian Edition
Progressive Web App (PWA) Roadshows (https://developers.google.com/web/events/pwaroadshow/) are local events where speakers and developers get together to learn about the amazing new set of technologies that are revolutioning the mobile web. This evening we invite the speakers from local and international companies for they to share their opinions and updates on Progressive Web Applications today's state. 18:00 A Progressive Image Library Web App by Alan Semenov, Lead UX Developer at Enonic In this talk Alan will share his experience of building a Progressive Web Application on the Enonic XP platform. The application called “ImageXPert” helps you build and manage a collection of hi-res photos, index the library, convert images on-the-fly and much more - with offline support! We’ll touch upon using service workers to cache static assets, store data offline with IndexedDB and synchronise with remote storage when the app goes online. 18:40 Progressive Web Apps: building the right experience by Andreas Bovens, Progressive Web Apps believer. Former Opera for Android Product Manager. This talk will focus on new interaction patterns we can see in the first generation of progressive web apps: web install banners, web push notifications, etc. are still relatively unexplored terrain, so it's interesting to analyze how early adopters implement them. We will also explore what makes progressive web apps particularly suited for emerging markets. 19:20 Mozilla on PWA related technologies: where we are and where we are going by Alexander Saladrigas, Mozilla Tech Speaker PWA related technologies are already shaping what the future if the web would be. This talk will cover the philosophy being applied by Mozilla to implement this technologies and how does it fit with the Mozilla mission. We will take a look at what already works, what is being developed and what is further in the horizon. See you in MESH!
- Why you should start using TypeScript ASAP + Building Apps with TypeScript
18:00 Why you should start using TypeScript ASAP The title says it all :) By Alex Pope, Senior Software Developer at Microsoft 18:45 Building Apps with TypeScript So you've heard about TypeScript before, maybe even have written a line or two. But how does it work out in practice? We'll look at how to build apps with TypeScript and talk about some of the good and bad things that come along with it, as well as how to resolve them. By Mike Hartington, Developer Advocate at Ionic