Community Event

[Digital] JAMstack_Berlin #14

The JAMstack is not about specific technologies. It’s a new way of building websites and apps that deliver better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and better developer experience.
July 27, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM CEST
Digital
Remote
About

Hey everyone, we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the fact that we are still having this meetup.

However, we postponed it from the original date June 29th, to show solidarity for the Black Lives Matter movement and protests all over the world.

Thank you for your understanding, and we are excited to see you on July 27th in our upcoming meetup.

* * * 📣 ATTENTION 📣 * * * 

♦ For this time around we are doing a GIVEAWAY raffle!!!

We are giving away 1 AMAZON GIFT CARD of 50 euros for 🥇 one lucky winner to spend it on whatever their heart desires. 🎁 🎁 🎁 

»»» Entry Guidelines «««

►  1 - RSVP  ✅

►  2 - Join this remote Meetup 🎧 

►  3 - Stay until the end for the GIVEAWAY raffle ⌛️ 

If you are interested to give a talk please fill out this form:

Details

#1 Static Site Generation with 11ty by Raymond Camden (Twitter: @raymondcamden)

Learn how to get started with Eleventy (11ty), an increasingly popular static site generator that leverages JavaScript with Raymond.

#2 Eleventy, Alpine and Tailwind: towards a lightweight Jamstack by Nicolas Goutay (Twitter: @Phacks)

During the last two years, the median webpage size across the web increased by over 30%, from 1.5Mb to 2Mb—resulting in worse performance for end-users.

While the Jamstack philosophy is rooted in frugality, many recent Jamstack approaches rely on heavy JavaScript frameworks that give us top-notch Developer Experience at the expense of heavier web pages. What is the true cost of those frameworks? And how can we alleviate it?

In this talk, I will first describe the end-user impact of using JavaScript frameworks, then discuss options to reduce that impact for existing Jamstack websites, to finally present and review the “lightweight Jamstack” we used to redesign https://orbit.love: Eleventy, Alpine and Tailwind.

#3 Azure cloud for the web frontend developers by Maxim Salnikov (Twitter: @webmaxru)

"It’s impossible to reason about modern web application without mentioning its front-end part – extensive, feature-rich, performant, sometimes with quite sophisticated structure and build process, but after all not requiring server-side code to construct it in the runtime, i.e. static. In the Azure cloud, we now have a special service for this kind of apps (including both classic SPAs and statically generated ones), empowering developers to focus on the business logic rather than the infrastructure that builds and hosts them.

In my technical demo, let's go through the full development flow: we scaffold a web front-end app, push it to the GitHub, set up Azure Static Web App service, enjoy the fully automatic build, and deploy to global high-availability hosting - all in a few minutes!"

The group is open to anyone interested.

Whether you're new to the subject or you are an expert and want to share your knowledge.

Code of Conduct : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

Schedule

6:35 - Talk #1

7:00- Q&A

7:10 - Talk #2

7:35 - Q&A

7:45 - Talk #3

7:10 - Q&A

8:20 - Raffle & Announcing the GIVEAWAY Winner

8:25- Virtual Hangout with Breakout Rooms

Bring your own drink 🍻 and let's hangout!

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