With 8-10 quality talks per day and 2-4 short lightning talks, Nordic.js delivers a broad range of perspectives. The lightning talks are a good component, providing inexperienced speakers a chance to practice and share their knowledge and experiences. All talks are available on Youtube. Here are the takeaways from the talks I got the most out of.
The survey is closed for this year, but keep an eye out for next year’s survey. The talk.
A world-class speaker delivering complex information using a lot of comparisons to real life. If you get a chance to see him, do so. Period. The talk. Tomasz explained when to use:
It’s easy to write for browser support:
Animations hit my sweet spot, so I enjoyed this talk a lot. David explained that most top apps today have high focus on animations that capture and engage the user in the product. Why not just use regular eventlisteners? Here is are the main take aways:
It’s an observable, which means it can
Relevant and useful links:
I’m super stoked and can hardly wait to get my teeth into RxJs and animations. The talk.
All in all, I’m super happy with the two days I spent on Nordic.js at Nobelberget - the talks were of high quality, the organisers and hosts did a great job and, above all, the crowd was super amazing.
See you next year!
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