The Reusable JavaScript Revolution – talk by Cory House

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Three ground-breaking shifts are occurring in the world of JavaScript: Package management, starter kits, and reusable components. These innovations are coalescing to fuel a revolution in the way we write JS. In this session, you’ll learn why you can no longer afford to build JavaScript in the old paradigm, and we’ll explore how you can make the shift to join the reusable revolution.

Talk given at NEJS CONF 2017.

This talk is under the creative commons license. freeCodeCamp is not associated with this talk. We’re just excited to bring more exposure to to it!

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. MasterCode

    Awesome, yes i m ready to js development. Thanks fir talk

  2. Great In site for JavaScript! I think I am going to rethink my approach & methods regarding js…

  3. Bilal Tariq

    Awesome, yes i m ready to js development. Thanks fir talk

  4. Bruno Mateus

    One of the best talks about js I've ever listened, period. Agree 100% with everything said. Thank you!

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