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Javascript evolution has sped up (a lot) in recent years and event the most veterans developers find it hard to keep up with the latest trends. This meetup group aims to bring you monthly bite-sized updates on the world of Javascript along with a healthy dose of nice people, beer and pizza.

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JS Monthly Online #04, July Meetup

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ONLINE LINK: TBC Agenda 18:00 - Event online lounge opens 18:15 - Visually building React UIs // YANG ZHANG Design tools are amazing tools for thought, but for a host of reasons are limited to creating drawings rather than production assets. Engineers must instead re-create surfaces from scratch, by hand, using code. Furthermore, this inevitably leads to discrepancies, back-and-forth with the design team, and ultimately two sources of truth that are never truly in sync. Plasmic is a tool to build UIs visually, currently in heavy development. It loosely resembles a design tool and aims to give the same sense of speedy iteration, but is for building production-ready presentational component libraries expressed with robust abstractions. The idea is to give developers a better and faster development experience, eliminate an entire class of visual bugs/QA/tooling, and ultimately maintain a single source of truth with design 18:55 - Low-code for Node.js developers // Nick O'Leary Node-RED is a low-code development tool, that lets you quickly build applications by dragging components into a workspace and wiring them together to represent the logical flow of events. It can be an invaluable tool for developers of any experience and can be, for Node.js developers in particular, quick and easy to extend. This talk looks at what low-code development is, why it’s interesting for Node.js developers and cover some design principles for making good Node-RED nodes. 19:25- 19:35 break 19:35 - TBC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please give us enough notice if you can't make it so that other people can take your place. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you have a talk we'd love to hear from you. Submit your talk here:(https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFaatfveOUbrmer47jYb5J4J4ttxAFc1CgTjUDltBXmDOJmg/viewform) // ***************************** // Conferences //****************************** CityJS Conference (14 Sep 2020) http://CityJSConf.org Regent Street Cinema - Hurry up only a few tickets left! 11 international speakers and 3 workshops! Covering all the cool subjects such as React, Vue, NodeJS, IoT, Testing, TypeScript. // ***************************** // Follow us //****************************** Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/jsmonthlylondon

CITYJSCONF 2020 - 14 SEP - ONLINE, London

Online event

GET YOUR TICKETS from cityjsconf.org CityJSConf is a one day conference, a joint event from the London's JavaScript meetups, including London JS Community, JS Monthly, Halfstack and Node User Group It’s a fantastic opportunity for the JavaScript community to meet great local and international speakers and share their experience with modern Javascript development. For tickets please visit www.cityjsconf.org website to buy your tickets.

CityJS Workshops - Building Real-World GraphQL API by Alex Lobera

Birkbeck, University of London

Tickets can be purchased by https://cityjsconf.org In this zero to hero GraphQL workshop, you will learn how to effectively migrate REST APIs to GraphQL avoiding common pitfalls Learning outcomes - Learn how to migrate a REST API to GraphQL - Understand how to design a GraphQL schema solving real-world use cases - Error handling & security design Date: 26/3/[masked]:00 - 17:00

CityJS WORKSHOPS - In depth Typescript by Michel Weststrate (Mobx Author)

Birkbeck, University of London

Tickets can be purchased by https://CityJSConf.org The JavaScript Eco System is moving to TypeScript. Fast. This workshop will explain why and when you might want to use TypeScript, and get you up and running with all the essentials. In this workshop we will cover practically the full language. And we will go deep. That is: do the cool and weird meta programming stuff. Learn all the tricks you won't find in the handbook. This workshop is also suitable for those that have basic experience with TypeScript. Since the basics only take ~2 hours to cover, most of the day is still super valuable to enhance your TypeScript skills, even if you already have real project experience with TypeScript! Did you ever encounter super confusing types in some of the libraries you use? Did you get some super vague compiler errors? After this workshop you will be able to understand them! Date: 26/3/[masked]:00 - 17:00 Michel Weststrate Author of MobX, MobX-State-Tree, Immer and a plethora of smaller packages. On a quest to make programming as natural as possible. React, JavaScript and TypeScript fan. Working at Facebook on Dev tooling

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JS Monthly Online #03, June Meetup

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