MargieMap / Mad Russian scientist / Serverless server
Neil and Bryan make the rounds at NEJS 2018. Carmen Bourlon introduces us to the world of service workers and how support for intermittent connectivity and offline access is one of the areas of web development that has the potential to impact everyone. Next on is Andrey Sitnik, who, inspired by a mad Russian scientist, is at work promoting a data management approach known as CRDT. And finally, they talk to Beth Haubert, who helps us deal with one of the big frustrations of front-end web developers—third-party APIs that aren’t available for use through a browser. Onward!
In the same orbit
- LoguxA new way to connect clients and server. Instead of sending HTTP requests (AJAX/REST), it synchronizes the log of operations between client, server, and other clients through WebSockets.
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- What I learned as a developer from accidents in space
What I learned as a developer from accidents in spaceWeAreDevelopers World Congress 2023Berlin, Germany26-28July
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CRDT and other new ideas for client-server communicationDevBcnBarcelona, Spain3-5July