What we're about

Modern Web is a group that aims to bring together web developers who are interested in staying up-to-date with the latest technologies and best practices in the industry.

At our meetups, attendees can expect to learn from industry experts, network with their peers, and participate in interactive discussions.

We cover a wide range of topics around front-end development.

Whether you're a beginner looking to break into the field or a seasoned professional looking to stay current, the Modern Web is the perfect place for you.

We welcome people of all skill levels and backgrounds, and we encourage attendees to share their own knowledge and experiences as well.

So if you're passionate about the modern web and want to connect with like-minded individuals, we invite you to join us at our next meetup. We hope to see you there!

Upcoming events (2)

Tech Tacos

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill

Welcome! Modern Web is coming to Atlanta! We are kicking off the year with Tech Tacos!

This event is in partnership with Atlanta JavaScript and VueJS ATL!

This is an informal event where we can come together, hang out, and talk about all things tech.

Whether you're a developer, designer, or just love keeping up with JavaScript, this is the perfect event for you.

We'll be gathering at a Firebirds Alpharetta to enjoy some tacos and chatting!

No presentations will be done, but we will have them starting March! There's no formal agenda or presentations - this is just a casual opportunity for tech enthusiasts to connect and have some fun.

So if you're looking to make some new friends in the tech community and have some great conversations over some tasty tacos, we hope you'll join us at Tech Tacos. We can't wait to see you there!

Modern Web March

11675 Rainwater Dr #100

Hello Everyone!

We're super excited to collaborate with GDG Atlanta for our first ever Modern Web ATL in-person event!

Come join us on March 15th from 6:30 - 8:30pm at Improving Offices in Alpharetta!

We have some amazing speakers lined up for you:

Mark Noonan
Senior Engineer, Cypress. Web developer from Ireland, now based in Atlanta, Georgia, experienced in front-end development, accessibility, and Vue.js.

Component Testing with Cypress
Cypress recently released its component testing feature, which allows developers to build, test, and debug front-end components individually in the browser. We will see how familiar Cypress features from end-to-end testing help you test components from the user’s perspective, with instant visual feedback as you work. We’ll briefly chat about some do’s and don’ts for testing components, and see some of my favorite features in this component-first test driven workflow.

Cecelia Martinez
Developer Advocate for Appflow by Ionic, Chapter Head of Out in Tech Atlanta, Volunteer with Women Who Code Front End and GitHub Star.

Mobile Deployments for Web Developers
It's easier than ever to develop mobile applications using web technologies like Ionic, React Native, or Flutter. But, navigating mobile-specific deployment processes can be complex. There are native build hardware and config requirements, signing certificates, app store approvals, app versions, pushing updates, and more. Learn what makes mobile deployments different from the web and how to set up a strategy for releasing your cross-platform mobile apps.

Will Marple
Full Stack Web Dev and general technologist/Trading, Investing & Crypto Enthusiast

The Future of Front End Tooling is Here: Esbuild, SWC, Vite, Turbopack & Webpack
The front end build tooling landscape is changing rapidly. Let's take a look at the new available technologies, and how they operate.

Can't wait to see you!

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