October 21 – 25, 2019 | Munich

Web Components Workshop: building reusable JavaScript Web Components [SOLD OUT]

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Wednesday, May 15 2019
09:00 - 17:00
Edward 5/6
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Web Components Workshop

Web development has changed dramatically in the past few years. Today, more than ever, when you build your front-end application, you will probably want to reuse components across your application. But HTML elements are very limited, so what can we do?

In this full day workshop, we will dive deeper into ways you can componentize your front-end. We will start by presenting the Web Components standard. Later on, we will delve into the Stencil compiler, which can help you build web components faster and with ease. At the end of the day, attendees will learn how to work with different data flow patterns to make components interact with each other.

In this workshop, we will cover ways developers can componentize their front-end.

In the first part of the day, we will cover the Web Components standard which includes templates, script modules, shadow DOM and custom elements.
Then, we will dive into Stencil, a web components compiler which enables to create web components easier.
At the end of the day, we will cover different data flow patterns such as Flux and Redux.

The workshop will be a mixture of lectures and hands-on exercises.

Basics of HTML, JavaScript or browsers will not be covered. Prior knowledge of these technologies is required in order to follow along.

Please bring your own laptop, preferably with Node.js and administrator permissions to install new software. Don’t forget your favorite IDE for JavaScript development.





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