Future of Web Apps London 2014

This week I was delighted to attend the London Future of Web Apps conference again. I’ve listed the presentations I attended below; I’ll add hyperlinks as I post my notes on each one.

Tuesday

  • Bruce Lawson, Web+: Can the Web Win the War Against Native Without Losing its Soul?
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
  • Todd Motto, AngularJS: The Bridge Between Today and Tomorrow’s Web
    Speaker Slides
  • David Zuckerman, SDK Product Architect
  • Flurin Egger, Try This At Home: Lesser Known (but Interesting) Browser APIs
    Speaker Slides
  • Wim Godden, When Dynamic Becomes Static – The Next Step in Web Caching Techniques
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
  • Jack Franklin, Using GulpJS for JavaScript Tooling
    Speaker Slides
  • Andy Berry, Building Componentised Web Apps with BladeRunnerJS
  • Kirsten Hunter, Designing Irresistible APIs
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
  • Yehuda Katz, The Future of Web Apps

Wednesday

  • Camille Baldock, Telling Stories with APIs
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
  • James Turner, How to Build Front-end Web Apps that Scale
    My Notes
  • Rob Dudley, Rocket-Powered Ramp Up with Front-end Automation Tools
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
  • Ian Moersen, When Clean UX Requires Dirty Work: Modernizing Legacy Systems and Destroying Technical Debt
  • Simon Wood, APIs from the Trenches
    Speaker Slides
  • Ian Plosker, How a Single, Simple API Can Tame Database Complexity
  • Tim Ruffles, Exceed Your Designer’s Expectations with D3
  • Zach Holman, Move Fast and Break Nothing
    Speaker Slides
    My Notes
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About Jennifer Phillips Campbell

Software Developer and Medieval Historian
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