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BROWSERIFY ALL THE THINGS

A session at Frontend Conference Zurich 2014

Thursday 28th August, 2014

2:00pm to 3:00pm (CET)

Using Browserify to develop front-end modular code using CommonJS; Writing tests for browserified code using 'tap'; Using Testling to run tests in the browser locally, and bringing that to the cloud by setting up continuous integration with Browserling.

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Nicolas Bevacqua

VP of Engineering at print.io

Nico is an enthusiastic JavaScript hacker based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he spends his days with the love of his life. When he's not hacking as [print.io][1]’s VP of Engineering, or contributing to the open source community as [@bevacqua][2], Nico spends his time writing content for [Pony Foo][3]; or his upcoming book, [JavaScript Application Design][4]. Nico is a happy pony, and you can find him as [@nzgb][5] on Twitter, because [xkcd][6].

[1]: http://print.io
[2]: https://github.com/bevacqua
[3]: http://blog.ponyfoo.com/
[4]: http://bevacqua.io/bf
[5]: https://twitter.com/nzgb
[6]: http://xkcd.com

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Time 2:00pm3:00pm CET

Date Thu 28th August 2014

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  • Practical Modern JavaScript
  • JavaScript Application Design: A Build First approach

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