Front-end London is a free monthly meetup about front-end development & design.

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Made by Many, London
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  • Monika Koziol

    Designing in cross functional teams

    Teamwork... love it or hate it, no modern web application has been built by a single person. This talk will cover the benefits of designing component based UIs, lean methods, kanban and working in cross functional and co-located teams. All from a designer’s perspective.

  • Peter Gasston

    Surveying the landscape

    As it approaches a degree of maturity as a telecomms channel, the web is going through some changes. Using extensive reference and research, this talk takes a big-picture view of some of the trends in publishing and information consumption on the web, looking at the demands of the millions of new users in emerging markets, and the way that technology is adapting to accommodate them.
    This talk will raise and try to answer questions such as: what is the role of the web in the new landscape? And what are the threats to, and opportunities for, the open web and web development?

  • Phil Nash

    An empty database in every pocket

    IndexedDB is not new. It is supported in almost every browser. Without it, the future of progressive web apps are in peril. But there is not a lot of love for it and that needs to change.
    We'll investigate why we should love IndexedDB and the kind of apps you can create when you have the power of a database in the browser. Then we'll dive into how to use IndexedDB with a look at both the terrifying API and the friendly libraries that will help us along the way. Together we'll discover a new love for IndexedDB.

About the event

We aim to provide a variety of interesting talks on peoples’ experiences in front-end development. Previously we’ve had talks on process, tooling, performance and technology, to name a few. Expect more of the same and lots more.

To kick off the evening there’s pizza (with veggie/vegan options) and refreshments (wine/beer/soft drinks/etc). All finished up with an obligatory trip to the local pub — if that’s your kind of thing.

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