|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Tuesday, 01 November 2022|
This talk comes from Aleksandra Sikora who is the Lead Blitz.js Maintainer at Flightcontrol based in Wrocław, Poland. She has worked as a full-stack developer with many different languages such as Elixir, Golang, Python, and TypeScript and the outline of her talks says that the main goal behind creating Blitz was to give you a tool for rapid full-stack development with the best developer experience possible. She plans to show what problems Blitz solves and introduce its core concepts, showing how to read and write data from the client with full typesafety and without messing with HTTP or serialization.
Andrey Starovoyt, WebStorm Team Lead at JetBrains who has worked on support for the TypeScript language for 8 years, takes one of the new features of the forthcoming version and show how it works and why it was added. He intends to discuss its internal details, including type inference and contextual types, as well as divulging other things related to the language support in JetBrains IDEs.
Alexey Shestakov is a Frontend Developers at JetBrains who for the last 5 years has been trying to provide a great developer experience to his team by creating a components library and taming other tools. His talk explains how JetBrains ended up with three complicated component libraries instead of just a simple one, looking at npm-package interactions, custom CSS-modules, custom CSS properties, dual build tooling and multi-project TypeScript along the way.
Alexander Lichter, a web development consultant at Developmint and a maintainer of Nuxt, the open source Vue-based meta-framework will focus on Nuxt 3 which is coming closer to the final release. His talk looks at the benefits it can provide to developers. Besides building a tiny application, deployed within minutes, he will also check out Nitro, the new server engine of Nuxt 3.
Minko Gechev, Product & DevRel lead for Angular at Google, will cover the advancements in developer experience Angular has made over the past year. These include improvements in the component authoring format, e2e testing, and performance. He'll also look at the debugging experience and how Angular and Chrome DevTools have evolved stack traces for web developers.
All of these talks seem tempting and if you can't spare enouigh time on the day to attend all of the one that interest you its good to know they'll be permanently available on JetBrains YouTube. The advantage of attending the sessions live is that you can ask questions in the YouTube chat during the presentations which the speakers will try to answer.
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 01 November 2022 )|