Future-proof Front-end Components
Come to enjoy their talks and meet fellow front-end fanatics!
=== Event schedule ===
17:30 Doors open, drinks
18:20 It’s the markup that matters – Hidde de Vries
19:00 Break with food & drinks
19:40 [JS frameworks, meet Web Components] – Peter Goes, De Voorhoede
Can’t make it in person? Don’t worry, this event will be recorded and will be available via the live stream (link will be announced shortly before the event). Please do update your RSVP so others can join in person.
=== Talks ===
It’s the markup that matters
Hidde de Vries (@hdv, https://twitter.com/hdv)
Cross framework components
Peter Goes (@petergoes, https://twitter.com/petergoes)
Component based front-end development has won the hearts of a lot of developers. All popular frameworks (React, Vue and others) are build around this concept. Taking a component from one project and bring it into a new one is a promise that attracts a lot of front-enders. But React components can not be used in a Vue projects or vice versa. Web Components can offer a way out. In his talk, Peter researches the possibilities to create and use Web Components cross framework.