Join us on November 28, 2013 around 7pm for the seventh apps.berlin.js meetup.
There’s an event page on Meetup.com you might join to acknowledge that you’re attending (this is not mandatory).
How it works
We also aim to promote discussions and hear voices from different backgrounds. Therefore we usually have…
- Two slots for 15-20 min talks + discussion and
- Two slots for 5-10 min talks + discussion
If you would like to give a presentation, just drop us a mail!
In case you’ve missed the recent apps.berlin.js meetup, you can browse the slides of all past editions.
We are all awesome!
We’d like to bring people on the stage who haven’t spoken before and probably hesitate to present. Everyone of us does interesting stuff on the interwebs. We want to hear what you have to say!
The mentoring team: Tiffany Conroy (SoundCloud), Benjamin Kubota (Moviepilot), Mathias Schäfer (9elements), Robin Mehner, Jan Lehnardt.
November 2013 meetup schedule
Web development is broken. Building a UI for the browser is a pain. Doing it for several devices is even worse. MorgenJS is an experiment to find a new way to make apps. MorgenJS explores a new field: reactive and responsive development. By Alberto Granzotto
Green Cart: The Making Of
A case study of building a hybrid iOS app with Apache Cordova (PhoneGap) by Adam Butler.
We live in a disconnected & battery powered world, but our technology and best practices are a leftover from the always connected & steadily powered past.
This talk is starting a discussion about mobile first app development that goes beyond shrinking content to phone and tablet screen sizes.
Jan Lehnardt continues to be dissatisfied with the status-quo.
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Creating small modular single page apps, by Max Degterev