So far, May has been scorching hot, and we’ve got a scorcher of a talk to suit on Monday 21st May, when Jose Barrera will be showing us how to develop a broadcasting web application with Laravel, websockets and VueJS!
We’ll have cool drinks, plenty of pizza, and lots of discussion, at our usual venue of The Student Room by Brighton Station (here’s how to find us); turn up any time from 18:15, and we’ll get the talk under way around 19:15.
So, mark your calendars, come along, and do get in touch if you have any ideas for the group, or would like to give a talk of your own.
Developing a simple broadcasting web application with Laravel, websockets and VueJS
Many modern web applications achieve what is being called reactive user interfaces through the use of websockets. In this session I will attempt the risky maneuver of carrying out a live coding session where I will develop a very simple, proof-of-concept, web app to demonstrate the use of websockets and VueJS to achieve a reactive user interface.
Bonus: If you want to bring along a laptop to hack along with the talk, or join in afterwards, take a look at these instructions for what you’ll need in advance – but don’t read any further ahead if you don’t want spoilers!
José Barrera is a senior developer at Jellyfish, superhero coder by day, awesome explorer by night; he spends his days and nights tirelessly and relentlessly in the search of developer nirvana… (not). In reality, I dabble with a few technologies, mainly a PHP developer; more recently I have been getting acquainted with the world of Python and of development in the Google Cloud Platform.
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- 18th June 2018: Lightning Talks, by You!
- 21st May 2018: Jose Barrera on Laravel, Websockets, and VueJS
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- 19th March 2018: Michael Heap on Prometheus and Simon Downes on Data Processing