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GraphQL, TypeScript and Declarative Application Design

May 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm BST

GraphQL, TypeScript and Declarative Application Design

“Over 90 minutes, we’ll cover three JavaScript-related topics, followed by an interactive session.”

  • “TypeScript: what’s in it for you? with Harpreet Riat
    Considering a move to TypeScript? This talk will help you get started. With hands-on examples, Harpreet will explore the pros, cons, and practicalities, including framework integration and how to start migrating.
  • GraphQL: resolving the hype with Christian Miles
    Dive into the world of GraphQL – the efficient query language for APIs. When should you use it and what are the true benefits? Christian will separate the hype from reality, and give a few handy tips along the way.
  • It’s the data, stupid: state-driven application design with Kevin Naughten
    Based on his experience as our product manager for the ReGraph toolkit, Kevin will show how state-driven app design helps both developers and analysts focus on the data.
  • Building a JavaScript data visualization in real-time with Corey Lanum
    In a live-coding session, Corey will design and build a data visualization application in real-time, based on survey data supplied by the audience. What could go wrong?”

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May 4
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm BST
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