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Learn JavaScript best practices from the experts

iJS NY early bird special: Attend remotely & keep up on JavaScript trends

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JavaScript best practices, frameworks and the latest trends: The International JavaScript Conference New York 2021 takes place online from September 27 – 30, 2021. Join remotely from wherever you are, learn from international experts, and stay on top of the latest JavaScript trends.

The JavaScript world is constantly evolving and there’s something new to learn every day. Be a part of that change and stay on top of the latest trends. The International JavaScript Conference New York will take place online from September 27 – 30, 2021. Topics range from pure JavaScript to Angular, React and Node.js to the latest trends and technologies such as WebAssembly.

Workshops and sessions are streamed live so you can work remotely, from wherever you are, while still having the opportunity to network and get in touch with experts and expo partners.

And best of all: You can access recordings of all sessions for one year after the conference.

Tip: The early bird sale for iJS New York ends in two days!

  • Special Discount: Save up to $320.
  • Group discount: Receive an additional 10% discount when registering with 3+ colleagues
  • Extra Specials: Freelancers and employees of scientific institutions benefit from individual offers.

Learn more about the online conference model here.

iJS New York tracks

Angular

Originally intended as a frontend web application framework for single-page applications, today Google’s Angular has become one of the most important JavaScript frameworks. Angular attracts developers from a wide variety of languages, from Java or .NET to “classical” web developers. On the Angular track, you will not only gain the knowledge you need to get started with Angular trends but also cover cutting-edge technologies, learn how to handle today’s technological challenges and gain insights into the dos and don’ts, and ups and downs of the web development world.

React

The React track covers the most wanted topics in the React universe such as unidirectional data flows and immutability, as well as server-side rendering in polymorphic apps, basic concepts, and the usage of Redux. Learn how to create fast, scalable, and simple large web applications from top-notch experts, and practice your new skills with hands-on workshops. Develop your skills in topics like creating enterprise-scale applications with React, finding the right state management solution, usage of TypeScript with React, and more with a visit to iJS!

Progressive Web Apps

Write once, run anywhere – Progressive Web Apps are here to make this old dream come true. A PWA brings native app capabilities to the browser and can be installed on the device at the same time, just by clicking a button on the website. The concept even allows you to take your web apps offline: The gap between native applications and web apps is closing! The Progressive Web App track includes the right talk for beginners who want to build their first PWA, as well as something for advanced users who want to learn about the latest capabilities of Project Fugu. Take a look at our sessions and learn more about how to build native applications that run in the browser!

JavaScript Practices & Tools

The goal of web development is to provide resilient and sustainable systems in a world of shorter delivery cycles, high-quality deliveries, and faster functionality changes by making use of container and cloud technologies as well as microservices. The JavaScript Practices & Tools track answers all sorts of questions—even those you didn’t know you wanted to ask. Learn how to choose the right framework for your needs, and gain deep insights into security, testing, performance (server-side as well as for your applications), hardened DevOps toolchains, and even SEO!

Node.js

In combination with the JavaScript package manager npm, Node.js quickly became the most important JavaScript environment and can be seen as one of the drivers for JavaScript acceptance in – and outside of – the classical web development world. What can you do to increase the performance of your Node.js server? How can Node.js be integrated with different technologies? What are the latest trends in the Node.js ecosystem? Well-known experts share their knowledge in the Node.js track, beginning with the very basics like creating web servers and networking tools, all the way up to highly sophisticated topics like optimizing Node.js applications for heavy workloads.

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