Source Maps, how they work and why you should care

A session at JSConfUY 2014

Saturday 15th March, 2014

2:35pm to 3:05pm (MMT)

Most of us are using source maps one way or the other and pretty much every web developer will encounter them sooner or later. It's time to get a good grasp on them.
You may know that source maps come into play when transpiling, bundling or minifying JavaScript, but did you know that they also made their way into css transpilers like sass?
The talk will be structured into the below sections designed to give attendees a full understanding on how source maps work and hopefully inspire them to write more awesome tools that make use of them.

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Thorsten Lorenz

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JSConfUY 2014

Uruguay Uruguay, Montevideo

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Time 2:35pm3:05pm MMT

Date Sat 15th March 2014

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