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Saturday JavaScript welcome session - day #1 Technology kits (choices) that enable to consistently deliver high quality frontend solutions at speed Destructuring Frontend monoliths with MicroFrontends Behavior Graph
A proven architecture for complex applications
Can JS also build the metaverse
How Javascript be be used to build linked WebXR applications
Rapid Prototyping Physical Interfaces with Web Serial and Cheap MCUs.
Quickly and cheaply doing design discovery and prototype development with only a web browser
Bridging the Gap between Jamstack and Big Data Accessibility testing with HTML-Validate E2E testing with Microsoft Playwright Search and aggregations made easy with NodeJS and OpenSearch
Sunday JavaScript welcome session - day #2 React
React Virtual Dom
Writing less insecure JavaScript
Practical tips to rule out common mistakes
Somebody set up us the bomb
Expansion attacks in Node.js
Shedding Light on the Shadow DOM
Learning how, when, and why to use the shadow DOM
Building a tiny JavaScript runtime with QuickJS
How I built a runtime with Duktape and then rebuilt it with QuickJS
From microrepos to monorepo: thrilling adventures in refactoring
On how to tame, and accelerate, builds and tests in a 25 module monorepo
Web Application Localization Without Tears
Learn how to translate your JS web app fast
Symbols Symbols everywhere micro-lc: a new micro-frontend orchestrator
The easiest way to micro-frontend

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2021q4/003301.html.

JavaScript is the main programming language for the Web, and now, it's also possible to implement production-ready desktop applications, mobile applications and backends with NodeJS.

JavaScript is thus becoming a popular language working across platforms and across the entire stack.

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  JavaScript welcome session - day #1 Ludovic Gasc, Fabien Benetou (@Utopiah) 12:15 12:30
  Technology kits (choices) that enable to consistently deliver high quality frontend solutions at speed Boubacar Siddighi BARRY 12:30 13:00
  Destructuring Frontend monoliths with MicroFrontends Trishul Goel 13:00 14:00
  Behavior Graph
A proven architecture for complex applications
Sean Levin 14:00 14:30
  Can JS also build the metaverse
How Javascript be be used to build linked WebXR applications
Fabien Benetou (@Utopiah) 14:30 15:00
  Rapid Prototyping Physical Interfaces with Web Serial and Cheap MCUs.
Quickly and cheaply doing design discovery and prototype development with only a web browser
Louis Foster 15:00 15:30
  Bridging the Gap between Jamstack and Big Data Igor Lukanin 15:30 16:00
  Accessibility testing with HTML-Validate David Sveningsson 16:00 16:30
  E2E testing with Microsoft Playwright Florian Schade 16:30 17:00
  Search and aggregations made easy with NodeJS and OpenSearch Olena Kutsenko 17:00 17:30

Sunday

  JavaScript welcome session - day #2 Ludovic Gasc, Fabien Benetou (@Utopiah) 12:15 12:30
  React
React Virtual Dom
Gabriel Soft 12:30 13:00
  Writing less insecure JavaScript
Practical tips to rule out common mistakes
André Jaenisch 13:00 14:00
  Somebody set up us the bomb
Expansion attacks in Node.js
Allon Mureinik 14:00 14:30
  Shedding Light on the Shadow DOM
Learning how, when, and why to use the shadow DOM
Anthony Giuliano 14:30 15:00
  Building a tiny JavaScript runtime with QuickJS
How I built a runtime with Duktape and then rebuilt it with QuickJS
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé 15:00 15:30
  From microrepos to monorepo: thrilling adventures in refactoring
On how to tame, and accelerate, builds and tests in a 25 module monorepo
Juan Julián Merelo 15:30 16:00
  Web Application Localization Without Tears
Learn how to translate your JS web app fast
Jan Cizmar 16:00 16:30
  Symbols Symbols everywhere Martin Naughton 16:30 17:00
  micro-lc: a new micro-frontend orchestrator
The easiest way to micro-frontend
Matteo Pietro Dazzi 17:00 17:30