WebAssembly is a new technology standard that will lay the foundation for writing code once and targeting almost all of the platforms of the world both in and out of a web context with near native speeds, portable, interoperable software modules and the infrastructure of the Web to tie it all together.
Mastering Progressive Web Apps
Maximiliano Firtman (ITMaster Professional Training)
Join expert Maximiliano Firtman for a hands-on, in-depth exploration of Progressive Web Apps. In this course, you’ll get a full insight on how to create PWAs with the modern APIs for mobile and desktop platforms, including App Installation and Distribution, Offline Access, Push Notifications, Web Performance and Hardware access.
Developing Angular Web Apps with TypeScript
Yakov Fain (Farata Systems)
With this hands-on training from expert web development trainer and consultant Yakov Fain, you will learn best practices for building end-to-end applications with the latest version of the Angular. You’ll learn to make the most of this popular framework. Along the way, you’ll also get familiarized with a TypeScript development environment to make the most of the new features of the framework.
A Complete Introduction to React
Brian Holt (Microsoft)
Learning GraphQL, React & Apollo
Alex Banks (Moon Highway, LLC), Eve Porcello (Moon Highway)
GraphQL is a query language for your APIs that can make data fetching simpler and more declarative. There’s a lot of hype around the technology, but how do you get started? And how do you actually use GraphQL to make your life easier as a developer?
Debugging Frontend & PWA Performance
Patrick Meenan (Google), Gareth Hughes (Akamai), Michael Gooding (Akamai)
In this 2-day training you'll learn how to load the progressive web faster and get hands-on with the newest performance techniques. Day 1 will provide the foundations for understanding how browsers work, particularly as it relates to the performance of loading web content. There will be a deep-dive into how the network protocols work, how the browser parses, loads and renders content.