JavaScript Blueprints: Server-side architecture patterns

A session at ArchConf

Thursday 7th April, 2016

10:45am to 12:15pm (PST)

Server-side JavaScript is everywhere these days! This session explores some practical architectural techniques and tools that can make your server-side JS easier to develop, test, manage and deploy.

Server-side JavaScript is part of almost every modern web app's tech stack. It is a powerful, versatile tool you can leverage to solve virtually every problem you can image. Its versatility and popularity guarantees that, once introduced to your organization, you will soon have a plethora of server-side JS applications to manage. This poses a number of problems for an enterprise architect: How do I maximize reuse across projects? How do I even enable reuse in JS? Are there best practices I should follow? How do I manager 3rd party libraries? Are there coding practices, patterns or standards I should adopt and champion across my teams? What about name spacing concerns? What about packaging and deployment? What if I write libraries for use on both client and server? What tools are available to help you address some of these concerns?

Join us as we explore these and other JavaScript server-side architecture conundrums.

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Peter Pavlovich

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Time 10:45am12:15pm PST

Date Thu 7th April 2016

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