Videos

Cheng Zhao: Electron – A Community Story – JSConf.Asia 2016

Cheng Zhao: Electron – A Community Story – JSConf.Asia 2016

4 weeks ago
I will share how Electron managed to attract users and contributors through the shear power of community, from the early days with just one user to now with a new app everyday. Cheng is working at GitHub developing the Electron framework. JSConf.Asia – Capitol Theatre, Singapore – 25+26 November 2016. Source: 2016.jsconf.asia/ License: For reuse […]
Ashwin Vombatkere: JS In The Enterprise – Lessons Learnt – JSConf.Asia 2016

Ashwin Vombatkere: JS In The Enterprise – Lessons Learnt – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
I will share my learnings and practices from implementing JavaScript in large enterprises. The intent is to bake these learnings into your planning and development process and help you build sustainable applications for enterprise companies using JavaScript as well. Ashwin is a Lead Consultant developer with ThoughtWorks. He started his journey over 12 years ago […]
James Kyle: From Zero To Binary Search Tree – JSConf.Asia 2016

James Kyle: From Zero To Binary Search Tree – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
We don’t have a whole lot of data structures here in JavaScript world, but there’s a whole world of super useful data structures out there. In this talk we’re going to learn all about the fundamental data structures. Hash Tables, Arrays, Stacks, Queues, Linked Lists, and Binary Search Trees, we won’t just learn them, we’re […]
Lim Chee Aun: Bridging Connections – JSConf.Asia 2016

Lim Chee Aun: Bridging Connections – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
We always hear about the word “community” all the time, from companies, meetups, and sometimes groups of like-minded people. It has quite a broad meaning yet pretty vague at the same time. I‘ll walk you through my personal experience in defining the true meaning behind all of this. Chee Aun is a Front-End Engineer from […]
TWC9: Last Show of 2016

TWC9: Last Show of 2016

1 month ago
This week on Channel 9, Scott Klein and Robert Green discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:40] Cortana to open up to new devices and developers with Cortana Skills Kit and Cortana Devices SDK [03:09] More Ways to Make Smart Bots [Colleen Estrada], QnA Maker [04:56] Updating Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate [John Montgomery] […]
Setting up a Local PHP7 Development Environment with Docker and Compose

Setting up a Local PHP7 Development Environment with Docker and Compose

1 month ago
Learn how to set up your own PHP development environment using Docker. Check out the blog post here: medium.com/code-school/setting-up-a-local-php7-development-environment-with-docker-compose-e9531baed291#.ygu82g6wt
Lea Verou: CSS Variables: var(–subtitle) – CSSConf.Asia 2016

Lea Verou: CSS Variables: var(–subtitle) – CSSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
You may have heard about CSS Variables (aka CSS Custom Properties), but think it’s not something you can use yet. Plus, you already have your preprocessor pipeline in place, why should you care? This talk will show how CSS Variables are much more powerful than static preprocessor variables and can be used today without compromising […]
Yosuke Furukawa: Exploring Future Node – JSConf.Asia 2016

Yosuke Furukawa: Exploring Future Node – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
In this talk I want to take a look at the current and future versions of Node.js and touch on the following items: – Node inspector – Internationalization support – improving stability – improving performance – ES2015+ – ES Modules interop – HTTP/2 – Web Standard – Async Hook – isTypes Yosuke leads the Japan […]
HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 24 – Float and Clear

HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 24 – Float and Clear

1 month ago
This tutorial shows you how to float and clear an image. Sponsored by DevMountain. Get yourself career ready, check out their website: goo.gl/enNbQV Don’t forget to tell them I sent you. Follow me on social media: Twitter: twitter.com/QuentinWatt Facebook: www.facebook.com/quentinwatt Instagram: www.instagram.com/quentinwatt Snapchat: www.snapchat.com/add/quentinwatt92 Patrons can download the code for $1.00 here: www.patreon.com/posts/html5-and-css3-7499158 Become a […]
Michael Mifsud: Real World HTTP/2 – CSSConf.Asia 2016

Michael Mifsud: Real World HTTP/2 – CSSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
HTTP/2 has rightfully garnered a lot of interest from the web performance community. For better or worse, the story of HTTP/2 has become tied to notions of free performance and how it will make “everything we know about web performance wrong”. The reality of HTTP/2 can sometimes be sobering. My talk will aim to highlight […]
Myles Borins: Node.js Versions – How Do They Work? – JSConf.Asia 2016

Myles Borins: Node.js Versions – How Do They Work? – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
Node.js is growing up, and with that comes the responsibility of delivering proper legacy support. From Node.js Argon (v4.2.0) onwards, there is an official Long Term Support release cycle that lasts for 30 months. How does a project moving at the pace of Node maintain multiple release lines? How does a commit get backported? How […]
Fazli Sapuan & Eugene Cheah: GPU.JS – GPU Accelerated JavaScript – JSConf.Asia 2016

Fazli Sapuan & Eugene Cheah: GPU.JS – GPU Accelerated JavaScript – JSConf.Asia 2016

1 month ago
Run your JS code on the GPU! This project is the result of a fun hackathon story of achieving the impossible in 24 hours. YMMV for your actual performance profit through parallelization. As a GPU computing and JavaScript enthusiast, Fazli envisioned an easy way to perform GPU inside the browser. Thus, working with a few […]