How to scale a SPA?

27 Feb

6:45 pm 70 Wilson St, London EC2A 2DB, 70 Wilson St, London



• What we’ll do
Hi JSLovers,

In this month we’re going to explore how to scale a Single Page Application with an exceptional speaker, Asim a Microsoft Advocate

AGENDA (130 seats available)

18.45 – 19.45 How to scale a SPA?

20.00 – 20.30 QA + Networking

How to scale a SPA?
There is a secret to scalability. If you are building an SPA, you can take advantage of optimisations that give you epic scalability, with super low latencies at a fraction of the cost.
To understand the secret, I’ll need to teach you a few things such as the actors involved in transferring data from your server to the browser; and about the ancient technology called ‘serverless’ which you might be surprised to learn is something you’ve already been using for years.
By the end, you’ll know the secret of how to architect an SPA for scale without breaking the bank.

We’ve moved very quickly from a world where we mainly deployed server-side applications (MPAs) using frameworks like Django, Rails or Express to a world where we build client-side single page applications (SPAs). But we still talk about deploying and scaling SPAs using the same methods we used to deploy and scale MPAs. In this opinionated talk I’ll show how I deploy and scale a modern SPA so it responds blazingly fast without costing a fortune.

Asim Hussain
Asim is a developer, trainer, author, and speaker with over 16 years experience working for organisations such as the European Space Agency, Google and now Microsoft, where he is a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate.

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