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Convention-Driven JSON

A session at The Realtime Conference Europe

Tuesday 23rd April, 2013

9:55am to 10:20am (PMT)

The Realtime web makes heavy use of JavaScript. Whereas we used to write mostly server-side things, we now write lots of client-side things as well. More code means a slower time to market: so what do we do? In this talk, I’ll discuss how a convention-driven approach can help you write heavy-JS clients that can react to server-side changes more easily through the powers of conventions. Don’t bikeshed details about your JSON ever again!

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Steve Klabnik

Building the next generation of web technologies with @balanced. Deleuz-ional. Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité. bio from Twitter

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Time 9:55am10:20am PMT

Date Tue 23rd April 2013

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