October 23 – 27, 2017 | Munich

JavaScript/ECMAScript

„TypeScript brings some powerful features like interface, access modifiers and most important: a type system to the JavaScript world. The iJS opens you the doors into this adventurous world. So come and join us.“

– Eberhard Wolff, innoQ

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Speakers

André Scharf

André Scharf

DigitasLBi
Sam Bellen

Sam Bellen

madewithlove
Peter Kröner

Peter Kröner

Freelancer
Chris Noring

Chris Noring

McKinsey
Hans-Christian Otto

Hans-Christian Otto

Crosscan GmbH
Thomas Claudius Huber

Thomas Claudius Huber

Trivadis Services AG
angular-BIG

JavaScript/ECMAScript

With its first appearance on May 1995, JavaScript managed to evolve to one of the most important languages of modern days which can be found literally everywhere. It is, along HTML and CSS, not only one of the web’s core technologies but also used in non-browser based environments like desktop and mobile applications, PDFs, and even on server-side.

JavaScript’s history is embossed by a few ground-breaking moments, such as the advent von AJAX, the first appearance of jQuery or the tremendous success of Google’s Angular or Facebook’s React. But it’s not only about the frameworks, JavaScript’s groundwork is the ever-evolving ECMAScript standard. After establishing new array functionalities as well as the exponentiation operator back in 2016, it’s time to focus on the asynchronous-features of ECMAScript 2017. The JS/ECMAScript track provides deep insights in these features as well as in the core principles of vanilla JavaScript.

 

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