• Liked Alexis Abril
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    JavaScript: The Misunderstood Parts

    Alexis Abril
    Alexis Abril
    schedule 1 year ago
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    240 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    Closure scope, context, protos and prototypes are common confusing topics when jumping into a rich JavaScript environment. In this workshop, not only will these topics be covered, but how JavaScript sets up data in memory will also be discussed. Join for a hands on approach to breaking JavaScript down to its core functionality.

  • Liked Darcy Clarke
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    The Future of Video

    Darcy Clarke
    Darcy Clarke
    schedule 1 year ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Intermediate

    In this talk we’ll examine the past and present of video experiences on the web; Touching on Codecs, Containers, Encoders and Decoders. We'll also quickly review Digital Rights Management & the Encrypted Media Extension spec and why it's important in our future. Atop all of this, we'll showcase examples of pure JavaScript video implementations, bypassing proprietary video formats and browser limitations.

  • Liked Vagmi Mudumbai
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    Functional Reactive Programming in your browser

    Vagmi Mudumbai
    Vagmi Mudumbai
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    Elm combines the rigour of a strongly and statically typed language with a very nice and usable semantics. Although the language looks very similar to Haskell or ML and is based on a similar type system, it is surprisingly easy to learn. It is built on a few basic and simple principles that compose together very well to build complex applications.

    In this session we will look at the Elm language, talk a bit about its static signal graph and build a simple web app using Elm.

  • Liked Janardan Revuru
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    JSON-LD - Making every object matter in Semantic Web

    Janardan Revuru
    Janardan Revuru
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Linked-Data is the first step towards Semantic web, where it is no more about documents and markup. It is about things and relation between them. Though the concept of Semantic web existed for long, the developers are still grappling with right usage. The two issues of data representation and visual presentation for user consumption persisted. With the evolution of user interfaces,  metaphor that proved its worthiness is the 'Cards design'. This is used by Google in Google+, Google Now and Pinterest interface. The same interface can scale down to miniature devices like watches. You can build applications with cards metaphor and using linked data for rich user experience.

    This talk explains how to utilize the vast amount of open linked data and build simple, yet powerful applications.

  • Liked Altanai
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    Real Time ( WebRTC ) communication for IOT

    Altanai
    Altanai
    schedule 1 year ago
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    20 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    To provide multimedia communication between things in “ Internet of things “.

    The WebRTC based comm stack will provide solutions like real time streaming between IOT endpoints for usecases like Owner Recognition ,  Intrusion Detection in security , Face Detection Alarm etc . The solution would use WebRTC streams, web communication network , Augmented reality algorithms and program logic  to achieve multiple usecases.  

  • Liked Shyam Purkayastha
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    Famo.us : A new kind of Web UI for the future

    Shyam Purkayastha
    Shyam Purkayastha
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    Famo.us is a pure javascript UI framework which deviates from traditional web development approach around declerative coding & brings in the ability to marry different visual elements under the HTML5  and Open Web umbrella ( such as CSS3, Canvas, SVG & WebGL ) to create absolutely stunning user interfaces. In this talk we are going to have a look at some of the capabilities of famo.us by means of a few demonstrations. We will demonstrate a few web applications built with Famo.us, right from the basic apps, to the more engaging ones , all the way to the more advanced applications which can arguably thwart any traditional multimedia content consumption platform in favour of the web.  

  • Liked Rudraksh MK
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    Scientific Computing with Javascript

    Rudraksh MK
    Rudraksh MK
    schedule 1 year ago
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    20 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    The primary objective of this session is to showcase Javascript as a viable language for mathematical and scientific computing. We’re going to explore some of the best libraries out there for symbolic math, statistics, set theory, as well as machine and deep learning, as well as talk about how tools like NaCl and d3.js, can be used for mathematical models that can run in the browser, and on the server.

  • Liked Charanjit Singh
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    Going framework-less with virtual-dom and FRP (RxJS)

    Charanjit Singh
    Charanjit Singh
    schedule 1 year ago
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    90 mins
    Tutorial
    Intermediate

    Functional Reactive Programming is a slightly different take towards asynchronous programming which helps creating simple and powerful software with good architecture. FRP reduces the complexity of a asynchronous code by providing a unifying concept to cover most things asynchronous, and the result is a easy to build and easy to maintain architecture. Reactive programming is a powerful concept, Meteor is a living proof of that. FRP is another, more advanced (imho) flavour of reactive programming.

    This session we'll create a simple app called YARR (Yet Another RSS Reader), using virtual-DOM and RxJS without using any front-end or isomorphic javascript framework. We're going framework-less for this session so we could concentrate only on FRP concepts which might be little hard to grasp for those who do little Functional Programming (sadly, most of Js devs). This session will demonstrate how FRP leads to a saner architecture for apps without relying on a framework for forcing your hand to do so. 

  • Liked Eric Schoffstall
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    Real World WebRTC

    Eric Schoffstall
    Eric Schoffstall
    schedule 1 year ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Intermediate

    WebRTC provides APIs for webcam access and P2P video/voice/data that finally give us the power to create a new calibre of web applications. However, WebRTC is not a shining unicorn just yet - there are complications when it comes to browser support, supporting mobile devices, supporting networks that can't do P2P, and more that need to be overcome. In this talk I will show you how to create a real world, stable, and highly scalable WebRTC application as well as review some of the basics behind how WebRTC works under the hood.

    Included: fun demos, real production code, horror stories from our WebRTC company.

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