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How the 4th industrial revolution impacts e-commerce
Empowering Communities with Discord & Umbraco
Learn how to utilize the Discord API to create Umbraco powered Discord moderation tools, custom commands, various notifications, and two-way communication between Umbraco & Discord!
Software Engineer & Umbraco Domain Lead
One Web Component a day keeps the docter away
Use stuff that you can reuse and build stuff that other people can reuse
Front-end ❤️ OpenAPI
Building projects with RESTful API dependencies ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. The OpenAPI ecosystem offers us solutions in the form of virtually complete independence from a REST API during development and testing.
Building a synthesizer using Web API's
In this talk Jurgen will show you how to build a synthesizer by just using web api's.
Dynamically generate Open Graph images using Next.js Serverless
We all know how you can add an OG image to your website. But did you know it is quite easy to generate custom, freshly designed and stateful images which make you stand out from the crowd?
Going Headless with MVC
Design your Umbraco solution so you can prepare yourself for headless while still using server-side rendering and common MVC patterns. In this presentation I'll be talking about software design and what it means to go "Headless" with Umbraco.
You shall not password
A password is, in fact, nothing more or less than a secret. Yet, still millions of users prefer to protect their accounts by sharing those secrets with the internet. If you start sharing your secret, can it still be considered a secret? Mark will take you through a multitude of security measures that don’t rely on the use of passwords. Let’s amp up security and hold on to simplicity. Welcome to the age of passwordless authentication.
Software Architect & Developer Advocate
Remix party, you're invited!
Remix is a great framework to build robust, progressively enhanced and interactive web apps! Dave will take you on a fun journey on how he created a multi-user and real-time progressive web app. But be aware, there is a guest list and not every solution is invited to join the party!
In this informal 15 minute talk we follow the investigation of a cachebusting issue in IFFR that ends up being a nasty bug in Next.js.
Technical Lead & Developer
How to supercharge customer experience with GPT-3 AI
GPT-3 is a powerful artificial intelligence tool that understands natural language. You can create surprisingly customised personalised landing pages for each visitor. With the right data, you can use GPT-3 to make customer experience improvements on your website or web application. In this talk, which is created by GPT-3, I will show you how your websites can be personalized to your visitors by passing user meta data to GPT-3 and get recommendations.
Senior Frontend Consultant
Cloud for front-end
Do you have acces to you live environment? Unsure of what is deployed? Ever ran out of cpu power or memory? In this talk Lucien Immink will help you out by asking another question: "Should you care?"
Open Source Sustainability
Our current digitalized society is built upon thousands of pieces of Open Source software. What starts out as a fun hobby project has more than often led to an industry standard. How can the companies of today sustain their Open Source supply chain, make sure that resources are divided equitably? In this talk Maarten give you insights into research on how the current Open Source funding landscape looks like, what problems we face and what possible solutions could pave the way forward.
Sitecore Content Hub
An in-depth showcase of the capabilities of the Content Hub DAM, ranging from a users perspective to developer integrations.
I can has() timeline UI?
In this fast-paced presentation packed with demos, We will be taking a bit of a deeper dive into the has() relational pseudo class, moving on to animating things based on scroll with animation-timeline and finally ending with a short introduction on Open-ui and the anchoring API.
Looking beyond the PWA
Bavo will take you on a short journey looking beyond the PWA. Going in-depth into the commerce landscape of the future. How the concepts of headless and API-first are rooted far deeper in digital mature organizations as you might think.
Why LIT is 🔥
I like LEGO
An informal 5 minutes lightning talk about why Front-end resembles building with LEGO
The File System Access API: Unlocking New Possibilities for Web Developers
Are you ready to level up your web development skills? Project Fugu is here to help! Join me at my talk to discover the power of the File System Access API, a game-changing feature that allows web applications to access local files like native apps. Imagine the possibilities of creating powerful web applications that can access and manipulate local files like never before. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn how to leverage this powerful feature and create cutting-edge web apps that help users worldwide. See you there!
Jurgen Beliën previously used NearlyJS to write an interface for a quantum computer. In this talk he explains how a parser works and how you can use it to write your own language or parse short strings (e.g. convert "3h 10m" to something your code can understand).
Container Queries: The next step towards a truly modular CSS
What are container queries? What problems do they solve? How can we use them? This talk will cover these questions.
An overview of the CSS cascade, selector specificity and new types of selectors.
Microfrontends: The Controversy
What is the purpose of micro frontends compared to microservices? What are the different tools available, and why don't they offer what microservices provide on the backend? Here is an alternative that provides this based on basic web principles.
Pipe it, Curry it, tacit
Abbe Keultjes is a big fan of functional programming. In this talk he explains step by step how to refactor some code to become functional.
Developer Advocate & Frontend Developer
Why multiple h1's on a page isn't that crazy
The HTML5 specification originally allowed for multiple <h1/> but browser vender thought otherwise.
Transforming JS & TS codebases with Typescript compiler and ASTs
Have you ever wanted to make a big change to the codebase but got scared off by the thought of rebasing, applying all your changes again and again… and again? Fear no longer!