Let's meet again and discuss all the latest PWA news!
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18:00 Doors open, registration and drinks
PWA in Firefox: an update
by Andreas Bovens, Senior Manager, Product at Mozilla
Let's check what's going on in Firefox browser in terms of PWA idea: current status, roadmap and more!
Going «enterprise» in the browser
by Einar Ingebrigtsen, CTO & Founder at Dolittle
With the advent of PWAs the browser adds capabilities of creating great offline experience. With Dolittle having a focus on CQRS + Event Sourcing, we’ve had to scratch hard to get under the skin of the browser to enable running our runtime and SDK inside the browser using WebAssembly. This to enable a write once, run many scenario – the holy grail of software development.
PWA Challenges in 2019
by Maximiliano Firtman, ITMaster Academy, Argentina
Mingling, networking, pizza and drinks
About the speakers
Andreas Bovens is a Senior Manager, Product at @Mozilla. Working on Gecko & GeckoView, Firefox for Android, DevTools. Progressive Web Apps believer.
Einar has been around the block a couple of times, ranging from working with low-level assembly and graphics programming in games to large line of business applications. He is very passionate about code and consider it a lifestyle. At Dolittle he heads up the product and R&D, both hands-on and higher level. Cross platform and across different environments has always been part of his career.
Max Firtman (@firt) is a mobile + web developer, trainer, speaker, and writer. He has authored many books, including Programming the Mobile Web and High Performance Mobile Web published by O’Reilly Media, and many online courses at Lynda, LinkedIn Learning, Safari, Udemy and more publishers. He is a frequent speaker at conferences worldwide and he has been widely recognized for his work in the mobile-web community by Adobe, Microsoft, Nokia, BlackBerry, and more. He teaches mobile, HTML5, PWA and performance trainings for top companies around the world.
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