• Front-End Micro Apps

    The complexity of Front-End applications grew past years extensively. That’s the reason big monoliths started being split to separate UI and modules working with different API. After years of using custom solutions and confusion around Micro Front-Ends, we are in the new era of the native support of Module Federation in Webpack 5, and tools, such as Storybook components system, SPA, and others switching to the common standard. But this gives the tool to build apps which can work with specific microservices, and behind there are different topics- which use cases micro apps are useful for, what about coordination of shared modules interaction, their promotion and deployment of the newer versions, how they scale, how teams and work can be organized. In this talk, the above areas will be discussed, and together with the live demos, you’ll learn about the current state of the art.

  • Native JavaScript modules

    All the modern browsers support native JavaScript modules, and it’s a perfect time to start using them, which will change the way we are bundling the JavaScript using Webpack, Rollup, and other bundlers, and how the code is executed. We will take a look how they work, what is the level of support in the browsers and Node.js, plus main findings and gotchas on the way of publishing and using them in production. Looking into examples, we will understand the native modules features, performance details and lazy loading JS modules techniques.

  • CSS Houdini in short: From CSS Custom Properties to JavaScript Worklets and back

    Today CSS Custom Properties are supported in all the major browsers. Now it’s time to do the next step- to have an ability to register new Custom Properties from JavaScript and setup the browser how to work with them (e.g. real CSS polyfills). They should work with the same performance as the native CSS properties, being animatable and aligned with CSSOM. Custom Properties can be used as a bridge between CSS and JavaScript. Houdini Task force introduces specs and JavaScript Worklets to expose the interaction with previously fully internal browser rendering mechanisms (during Paint, Layout, Composite stages) and Animations thread. All this brings Front-End development to the next level, parts of which are already available for the developers.

  • CSS Houdini: From CSS Custom Properties to JavaScript Worklets and back

    Today CSS Custom Properties are supported in all the major browsers. Now it’s time to do the next step- to have an ability to register new Custom Properties from JavaScript and setup the browser how to work with them (e.g. real CSS polyfills). They should work with the same performance as the native CSS properties, being animatable and aligned with CSSOM. Custom Properties can be used as a bridge between CSS and JavaScript. Houdini Task force introduces specs and JavaScript Worklets to expose the interaction with previously fully internal browser rendering mechanisms (during Paint, Layout, Composite stages). All this brings Front-End development to the next level, parts of which are already available for the developers.