NewCircle Developer Stream
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CSS is what got Philip Walton into web development, but he knows that it has its issues. When he found out about Web Components, he immediately started thinking about how the two might work together.
Join our three panelists — Ward Bell, Matt Green, and Alicia Liu — as they build a sample MEAN app, injected into a traditional web page, before your eyes.
What happens when the World Wide Web meets the Internet of Things? How can a web app access an IoT device? Using today’s web standards, Kevin Hoyt takes on these questions and more, with demos!
The De Mey brothers take a look at the future of the web, explain the basics of web components, and how you can leverage new tools to create a better web for both developers and users.
Over the last few years, many new tools have been created to assist front-end developers. Christian Vuerings discusses these tools, along with some tips, for making you and your team most productive.
Darcy Clarke discusses best practices for designing and documenting user interactions- and the importance of doing it right.
In today's multi-device world, Responsive Web Design (RWD) has become essential. This demo-heavy presentation outlines some strategies for getting up to speed, using today's web standards.
Tips and tricks that Dan Ristic has discovered from half a year of working with the WebRTC data channel...
Ben Strong wants your experience building WebRTC apps to be easier...
An introduction to the history and fundamentals of WebRTC. Find out how you can start building applications for this realtime communication tool in the browser!
What's new in EMCAScript 6? Kit Cambridge breaks down all the changes, and improvements, in the most recent update to the ECMAScript language.
You're making a site that needs to accommodate a diverse range of devices, browsers, and users. How do you detect problems and what do you fall back on if problems arise?
The security of your web application can use all the help it can get! Make sure you know what Content Security Policy is and what it can do to help you stay safe.
Rebecca Hauck describes Adobe's Test the Web Forward movement. Ready to join a community of passionate web developers and start making positive contributions to the future of the web?
Ready to change the way you interface with the web? Allow us to introduce you to the Leap Motion Controller! The Leap Motion Team visited SFHTML5 to showcase the features of this game-changing gadget.
If you're just getting into front-end developing, this is a brief reference for the resources you should know about for taking your code to the next level.
When 1001 milliseconds isn't fast enough, Ilya Grigorik offers some techniques to build a mobile website that loads as quickly as possible. He even supplies the statistics to show why this matters.
This demo rich presentation includes introductions to Web Components and Google's Dart. Ever heard of a tag for <x-gangnam-style>? Seth Ladd shows us that, yes, it's possible.
Can SIMD help the web work faster? John McCutchan thinks so. Find out why in this compelling talk centered on Google's Dart and a tool for a faster web that's already in your device.
Miško Hevery, the original author of AngularJS, demonstrates the tool he designed to make applications that are more dynamic and at the same time less complex to build.
Find out why Anthony Bull, a Sr. Web Engineer at CrowdFlower, calls Ember.js the “swiss army knife” of MVC frameworks.
An introduction to Backbone.js featuring code and a detailed articulation of its advantages.
In this talk Peter Lubbers, from Google, goes over how Web Platform came to be, how it works, and how you can begin participating right now.