All decks
  • ES2019 Features: What Even Are They?

    Thankfully, every year ECMAScript gives us new shinies to advance how we code JavaScript. I’ve found myself digging into features & proposals ever since my curiosity of ES2017’s `SharedArrayBuffer` took me down a fascinating rabbit hole. Let’s delve into some of the features & proposals we get to look forward to in 2019.

  • NS-Vue webinar

  • Brief Introduction to Vue.js

    just to start a basic workshop

  • Zen and the Art of Vue

    NS Dev Day (shorter version)

  • The Ethics of Imagery

    ImageCon Keynote, May 2019

  • Vue US Day 2

    A Vue.js inspired slides deck to help you build readable presentations.

  • Vue US Day 1

    A Vue.js inspired slides deck to help you build readable presentations.

  • Zen and the Art of Vue

    Vue.us, NS Dev Day

  • Vue Vixens: 2019

  • The Great Minibar Challenge: NativeScript-Vue and Machine Learning

    Model All The Things

  • Welcome to the New Boston Vue.js Meetup!

  • Introduction to NativeScript-Vue

    Boston Vue.js Meetup launch party

  • Changes for the CLI

  • v-type prompts

    v-type prompts

  • Staying fresh and avoiding burnout

    Keynote for Voxxed Thessaloniki

  • Mini Introduction to Vue.js

    Vue Vixens special! for mini skulks

  • Introducing Vue Vixens

    For Skulk Launches

  • Beat the Machine! ML Kit, NativeScript, and you!

    ML Kit Talk

  • Create an Engaging Mobile App with NativeScript and Vue.js

    Vue.js Roadtrip - Paris (45 mins)

  • Introduction to Vue.js

    Vue Vixens special! Full Day Skulks

  • Code Sharing with Vue.js

    for webinar

  • Lightning: Boost Your Apps' Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning

    mini version - Creative Coders

  • Short - Create an Engaging Mobile App with NativeScript and Vue.js

    short version for remote presos

  • Boost Your Apps' Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning

    For Progress/NEXT

  • Move, Shake and Drop with NativeScript and Angular

    For Angular NYC - 20 minute preso

  • Create an Engaging Mobile App with NativeScript and Vue.js

    Vue Conf US

  • Create an Engaging Mobile App with NativeScript and Vue.js

    short version for Vue.Conf Amsterdam

  • Boost Your Apps' Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning

    shorter version - ngEurope

  • Gouda, Edam, or Maasdammer: Comparing NativeScript, Ionic, and React Native for Mobile Apps

    For FrontendLove Conference, Amsterdam

  • Boost Your Apps' Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning

    For ATO, DevReach, JazzConf

  • NativeScript + Kinvey

    DevReach - TJ and Jen

  • Boost Your Apps' Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning

    For ATO, DevFests, etc

  • Introducing NativeScript

    General Introduction to NativeScript's State of the Art, updated 8/2018

  • Intro to Preact

  • 3 Ways To Make Your Mobile Apps Smarter

    For NativeScript Developer Days, Sept 2017

  • Web Bluetooth is ready!

    and it's awesome!

  • Introducing NativeScript​ - GoToChicago

  • Copy of 🎶 Fill Up My Chart, Put Some Data In It 🎶

    You have the data, now how do you feed it to a chart so that you can actually see what the data means? In this talk we'll write the code to go from data source to visualization with three different strategies: from a file, from user input (using two-way data binding & from a live data source that's ever-changing. We live in a world with a ridiculous amount of data, let's use it!

  • Building EmotiNg

    Lordt we actually gave this talk

  • Introducing NativeScript​

    "Cooking with Jen!"

  • How to create a great community

    in ten easy steps

  • NativeScript Introduction

    An introduction to NativeScript, an open source platform to build Native iOS/Android Apps.

  • Search/Find/Edit front-end source code with Chrome DevTools

    For a long time, I fumbled my way through searching and finding routines involving frontend source code, using the Chrome Developer Tools (aka DevTools). When I finally managed to find what I was looking for, I would then stumble through the best way to make a quick change and track that change. I eventually realized my problem was that I never took the time to learn the DevTools fundamentals. I will relate the fundamentals of searching frontend source code, finding DOM elements, and editing everything, all in the browser, using the Elements and Sources DevTools panels, so that you don’t suffer like I did.

  • One Man WebPack

  • The Material World

  • Summer of NativeScript—Diving Deep

    The third meetup is about diving deep into the advanced features of NativeScript. The slides explain access iOS and Android APIs, using npm modules, NativeScript plugins, and more.

  • Summer of NativeScript—Beyond the Basics

    The second meetup is about going about the basics with NativeScript. The slides explain concepts like navigation, data binding, CSS, and more—then the hands-on lab walk you through adding these features to a real app.

  • Summer of NativeScript—Introducing NativeScript

    The first meetup is all about introducing NativeScript. The slides explain what NativeScript is and how to build apps with it. The hands-on lab walks you through the basics of starting an app and making changes to it.

  • NativeScript

    An introduction to NativeScript

  • Kendo UI Mobile: What It Can And Can’t Do For You

    Kendo UI offers a specific set of mobile widgets and a SPA-like framework for building phone and tablet applications for a browser or webview. In this talk, I am going to introduce and examine what it can and can’t do for you. It is my intention that you leave this talk with a robust understanding of the Kendo UI mobile offering and how it might best fit into a mobile development strategy.

  • Telerik AppBuilder Short Preso

  • Kendo UI + Office 365

    An introduction to Kendo UI for Office 365 Development

  • Advanced Kendo UI

  • Telerik Backend Services

  • Kendo UI Building Blocks

    Kendo UI widgets, in their most basic form, can be thought of as simple jQuery plugins. But this, of course, is only a cognitive tip of the iceberg in the understanding of a Kendo UI widget. Any serious usage of Kendo UI widgets can, and more than likely will, require knowledge of the methods inherited by all widgets and the use of kendo.template()'s and kendo.data.DataSource() instances as widget configuration values. These Kendo parts play an integral role in the lifecycle of Kendo UI widgets. I consider them the major building blocks one must grok when developing with Kendo UI. In this talk, we will examine the purpose and function of each of these parts and their usage with Kendo UI widgets.

  • UI for ASP.NET Ajax

  • Kendo UI

    An introduction to Kendo UI

  • Using the Internet of Things in the Classroom

  • Telerik AppBuilder