JavaScript Blueprints: Client-side architecture patterns

A session at ArchConf

Thursday 7th April, 2016

1:30pm to 3:00pm (PST)

Client-side JavaScript can get out of control easily. This session explores practical architectural solutions targeted to make your client-side JS easier more reliable, easier to develop and more performant.

Front-end developers love their JavaScript. It is sleek, powerful and very cool. But how do you architect a strategy for dealing with the (tens of) thousands of lines of code your developers will eventually write not to mention the countless JavaScript libraries your developers want to add to your projects? How do you divvy up the code and organize things in a logical way so that you can find specific code easily? What about namespacing concerns? File management and dynamic loading? Writing 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 client-side architecture dilemmas.

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Peter Pavlovich

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Time 1:30pm3:00pm PST

Date Thu 7th April 2016

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