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    ES6 Right Now

    John K. Paul
    John K. Paul
    schedule 1 year ago
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    90 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    The list of solidified ES6 has kept growing and we, on the client side, just get greener with envy. Many of these new features won’t be supported in a broad base of browsers for years to come, but there is hope for us nonetheless. While we don’t have the ease of flipping a command line flag, like node, to bask in the warm sunlight of ES6 sugar, we can build a system that gives us similar results.

    Using a combination of shims and transpilers, we can enjoy these new language features while still maintaining support for all of the browsers you’d need. I'll first explain some of the great new additions to the JavaScript programming language and example use cases with code that take advantage of ES6's elegance for client side development. I will go through the details of setting up a development environment with source maps for debugging the code that you wrote, rather than what is generated by a transpiler.

    After listening to this talk, I hope your jealousy will be soothed, and I know that your curiosity will be satisfied.

  • Darcy Clarke
    Darcy Clarke
    schedule 1 year ago
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    240 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    What do SASS, LESS & Stylus all have in common? They all mimic features we already have, natively, in JavaScript. Variables, Functions, Inheritance, Modularity and a whole lot more are all solved problems. Let's change how we think about approaching creating our styles and utilize the power of the most ubiquitous language already within our projects. You'll learn just how easy and powerful it it is to write JavaScript to generates CSS. This will change your world!

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