27 February 2018
18:00 - Door open and pizza (and beer) is served
Born out of asm.js, a somewhat crazy concept dreamt up by Mozilla, WebAssembly was designed from the ground-up as an efficient compilation target for the web. It promises smaller payloads, rapid parsing and validation and consistent performance ... and it's ready to use, right now!
19:45 - SSR with Next.js - ANDRICO KAROULLA
How to set up Next.js project and make the most of some of its great out-of-the-box features including; server-side rendering, ahead-of-time-download and automatic code splitting Using Server-Side Rendering to make your web applications feel like a native application. I’ll discuss the benefits of SSR as well as some of the drawbacks and how to overcome them.
20:15 - Express apps on AWS Lambda - Marian Rusnak
You might have heard about AWS Lambda and trending serverless architecture. It offers you to pay only for the time your code runs and you don’t need to manage servers. But how is it really to run Node.js applications on Lambda? Does it affect the way we used to build apps using Express framework?
In this talk, Marian will give an overview of a year-long experience with running Node.js applications on Lambda using popular Express framework. He will mention what are the real benefits as well as important limitations of Lambda and other AWS components. Come and learn what decisions led to successful projects and what obstacles were crossed along the way.
20:40 - a visit to the local pub
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