A comprehensive comparison of the libuv and tokio event loops alongside a discussion of the different cases in which either outshine the other.
The talk will explain performance optimization of the Hazelcast IMDG Node.js client library, which happened not so long ago, and possible approaches for such optimization.
Smaller bundles, faster compilations, Better debugging, dynamic loading of module & components and the ability to change components through Higher order components.
After a long time of waiting, it’s finally coming for real - Ivy is HERE!
In this talk, I will demonstrate why Angular Ivy is truly a game changer, what's the benefits of it, how it makes Angular much more dynamic and breaks the concept of NgModules. We will understand how we can leverage the Ivy renderer to create higher order components (HOC), what is incremental DOM and how to import non-routable components dynamically to make our application much faster and much flexible.
During her session, Anna will talk about classic compiler design and is going to explain how to extend Compass to support new languages.
We learn about how team at Netflix hacked Webpack, leveraged Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) to identify conditional dependencies in dependency graph and glued them all together to build a highly scalable, server-side JS and CSS bundler, that serves these unique user experiences to millions of Netflix customers across the globe.
React Rendering strategies to improve your app web performance while keeping the maximum compatibility with bots.
This talk will show the main issues and mistakes in UI modeling and how this modeling problem can be enhanced using state machines and statecharts in particular.
We will learn about how the Babel compiler works, and how to create a plugin implementing support for a new ECMAScript proposal.
Alexandra will talk about main reasons of switching to nestjs, what do you need to know about safe migration under deadline, what negative aspects of nestjs you may face and what to be prepare for.