Sharing JavaScript Between Your Browser and Server

A session at UtahJS 2013

Friday 17th May, 2013

4:15pm to 5:15pm (MST)

I expect to cover the different methods developers can use to seamlessly share JavaScript code they've written for the server directly on the browser for ultimate reuse, gotchas about the Node environment that don't conform with the browser, and tools/shims like browserify that can alleviate those problems.

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George Shank

ta·ter·base [tey-ter-beys] noun 1. a database composed of potatoes. 2. a developer @Faithology 3. #jifasnif bio from Twitter

I'm George, a Node.js developer working at Faithology in SLC. I've been using Node in production for a little over a year now and have gotten familiar with a lot of the gotchas that make transitioning to server side javascript interesting.

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Time 4:15pm5:15pm MST

Date Fri 17th May 2013

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