Sessions Classified "Javascript"

Below is a list of sessions that have been proposed for Drupaldelphia.  Don't miss out on your chance to share your insight and knowledge, propose a session today!

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2019 Drupaldelphia

Realtime JavaScript Applications (PWAs and Drupal)

For real-time notifications, we now have another alternative to websockets and third-party services like Amazon SNS and Urban Airship to name a few. By combining the Notification and Push APIs with Service Workers, you can send users OS-level notifications, or even send data to your web app. With browser support steadily improving, push notifications are becoming an effective way to re-engage users, even when the webpage is closed.

2018 Drupaldelphia

Reliable. Fast. Engaging. Progressive Web Applications!

The web of the future is available today! Creating reliable, fast, and engaging web experiences has never been so easy.  We will dissect the term Progressive Web Apps (PWA’s) and explore the features that make a webpage a PWA.  We will also explore the benefits of PWA features from delighting users to increasing conversion rates.

Opening Remarks & Lightning Keynotes

If you missed out on DrupalCon Nashville, we've got you covered at Drupaldelphia!

Our lightning keynotes will feature 4 panelists providing perspectives from:

  • Spearheading new technologies with Drupal
  • Leading project/product management teams
  • Operating a digital agency
  • Changing the academic landscape to keep up with digital technologies

Panelists and moderator will highlight takeaways from the DrupalCon Nashville 2018 Driesnote and summarize the future of the digital web landscape from their perspectives! 

Visual Regression Testing: How Could You Be So Sure?

Visual regression testing can help cut down on QA time and effort while adding a level of precision to pattern development and stylesheet refactoring. Are you dedicating valuable mental energy towards manually testing for unexpected defects in the parts of the app where you're not actively working? Do you find it hard to believe that this kind of information could be ascertained simply by looking at a picture? Come review case studies geared towards front-end and full-stack developers seeking to incorporate frameworks like PhantomCSS, BackstopJS, or Wraith into their testing toolkit.

Using React/GatsbyJS, GraphQL, and Drupal to build blazing-fast static website

Static site generators have become increasingly popular in the past few years. Various frameworks such as Jekyll and Gatsby are taking center stage for their focus on generating super fast static sites that can be hosted and served efficiently at a low cost. GatsbyJS is an incredible static site generator that uses React, Webpack, and GraphQL to render static content on the web. Content is written as React components and is rendered at build time to the DOM as static HTML, CSS and JavaScript files.

Drupal Unhitched: The CMS in Decoupled Architectures

Decoupling your CMS isn’t just a technology question — it’s a different way of approaching the architecture of your data and its use. This session will look at popular scenarios for decoupled architectures, including:

 

 

Getting Started with React, Drupal 8, and JsonAPI

You don't have to go fully headless to integrate React into your site. You can use it for a page, a section, a content type, or a page component.

First I'll talk about what React is good for and when it may be a good fit or not.

I'll walk through how we used it on https://nowanthen.com using Drupal 8 and JsonAPI module.

I'll get you started with adding a custom Drupal 8 module to start connecting Drupal and React. And show the ins and outs of the JsonAPI module so you don't get stuck being seen with the core REST module.

Web Components: The Future of Web Development is Here

If you haven’t explored Web Components yet, you’re missing out on a powerful tool that can greatly enhance reusability of common web elements throughout your websites and web applications. As Comcast has been updating our web properties to unify under a single UX, using Web Components with Polymer has helped make that process much more efficient.

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