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      November 14, 2013

      Thursday   6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

      199 Fremont Street
      San Francisco, California 94105

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      Web Components and the Future of the Web

      Web Components are about to change everything you think you know about building websites.

      To facilitate the next generation of web technologies, browser makers and standards writers have begun opening up new low level APIs which will, for the first time, allow us to not only create our own HTML tags but to also encapsulate our CSS styles. No more global stylesheet soup and no more boilerplate code!

      These tools are landing in the browsers as we speak so put your lab coat on and prepare to experiment with the future of the web platform. 

      You will learn how to: 

      •  Protect your CSS and forget about style conflicts 
      •  Define your own tags and share them with ease 
      •  Spend less time writing JavaScript and more time constructing pages

      Meet Rob Dodson, Front-End Developer

      Rob Dodson specializes in Front-End JavaScript and Node.js. In recent years he has worked with GE, Ubisoft, Sony Computer Entertainment and Disney. When he's not coding Rob is often writing about code on his blog at robdodson.me. Though originally from the South, these days Rob lives and works in beautiful San Francisco, California.

       

      Target Audience: 
      Intermediate to Advanced Front-End Developers  
      Attendees should already be comfortable writing JavaScript and HTML/CSS.  


      *Tickets are non-refundable. 

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