JS Monthly, Sep Event

26 Sep 2018

7:00 pm Nexmo, 15 Bonhill St London EC2A 4DN Bonhill St, London , London



Please note: The event is hosted by Nexmo.

Please give enough notice if you can’t make it!

The program will be as usual:

18:00 – Door open and pizza (and beer) is served

19:00 – Writing UI tests the easy way with Cuketractor \ Alex Rogers

Cucumber scenarios, written in plain English, are a great way to collaborate between product owners, testers, and developers, but historically they require quite a lot of engineering effort in writing and maintaining step definitions and a framework to work within. That is a thing of the past with Cuketractor

19:45 – Real-time data for real-time insurance: a flying robot JS case study // Ed Leon Klinger and Abe Polishchuk

Flock (www.flockcover.com) has built the world’s first risk-assessment platform the the drone industry. Through a partnership with the world’s largest aviation insurer (Allianz) they now provide pay-as-you-fly insurance for drones through a mobile application. In this talk, Ed Leon Klinger (Flock’s CEO) and Abe Polishchuk (Flock’s Tech Lead) will discuss how the platform works, and how it’s been built. (Node.js + React Native + Flow + Typescript + ReasonML – Abe will be providing a break-down of our stack).

20:15 – Adaptive Image loading based on Network Speed // Tamas Piros

In this talk we’ll investigate how to serve different quality versions of images based on network speed. We’ll call the Network Information API, Service Workers and Cloudinary for help.

You have an idea and you want to be a speaker?

We are always looking for more speakers – submit your talk here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFaatfveOUbrmer47jYb5J4J4ttxAFc1CgTjUDltBXmDOJmg/viewform)

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