This time is not about my uncle, this time is about my workshop in Warsaw, during Falsy Values Event, and this is its description:
Unfortunately, we all know that many users are still trapped behind really outdated browsers and their relative JS engines.
This could lead us to be stuck with old coding patterns and style but here I am to show most recent performances oriented techniques that could make the transition to this new specification less painful and efficient
- Size matters: code size oriented techniques and advantages of a proper build process
- Why Array extras, Object creation, and other new ES5 entries are not scary
- Mobile and performance oriented applications: DO and DONTs
The "It's Scripting" LogicToo many times we convince ourself that if it is about a scripting programming language, performances are not important. Unfortunately, or fortunately, I have already said we don't have choices when it comes to "web browser environment".
It's not that if we need speed, we change programming language, this is not an option for us ... we want be fast, as fast as possible!
This rule could be readapted more generically considering a better pattern faster than a worse one.
Performances on web have many faces: from download size to lazy loading advantage, up to browser specific builds and the best way to serve them. All these topics will be discussed during the workshop but hey ... if I have to be honest, there are many others there that could stimulate your interest ... I am just saying :P
See you in Warsaw ;)