- The topics of the workshops at Jazoon Spring 2017 will be Angular and RxJS.
- Angular is a revolutionary development platform for creating applications using modern web standards and powered by the Open Source Community following the success of AngularJS.
- It’s become popular by it’s usage in Angular 2 and React.
Because we want you to have the best learning experience we decided to offer full day workshops on Thursday 27. April, the day before the conference. All of our workshop organizers are experts in their field – some of them are even authors of the frameworks they present.
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- An Open Source Component RepositoryMark Shlick and I are UI engineers.
- One idea came up, that could make UI engineers more productive, and increase how much work is reused.Neither of us have bandwidth to work on it, so we wanted to share it with you.
- JSX and the idea of having UI be a pure function of props made it simple to share and re-use components in our apps.This allowed us to reduce how complex our codebase grew.
- Could we share components as a community?We already have great open source components, from date pickers to phone number inputs.
- To demonstrate these components though, the authors have to go to great lengths to help you find and try them out.What if there was a visual explorer for all open source componentsUsers could discover components visuallyDevelopers could quickly demonstrate their components, from propTypes, to the different states they take up.Developers could do this by adding some sort of dotfile in their repo.Users could play with these components, a la codepenThe OpportunityIf this works out, the number of components that are open sourced would increase, the number of people who discover these components would increase, and developer productivity would increase.
Mark Shlick and I are UI engineers. We meet up every week to talk shop, and riff on ideas. One idea came up, that could make UI engineers more productive, and increase how much work is reused…
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