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Dojo 2 is a progressive, lightweight framework for building today’s web apps. Drawing inspiration from what other frameworks do right and aligned with modern standards and best practices, Dojo 2 delivers a great experience to promote increased developer productivity. In this workshop, you will learn from the technical leads of Dojo 2 as they run you through a fast-paced introduction to building progressive web applications with TypeScript and Dojo. You’ll get to explore the framework that was designed for developer ergonomics as well as work with a number of features that prepare you for the next wave of emerging standards.
Dylan, Anthony and Matt will share with you the opportunity to evaluate an open source framework, ask questions and discover what TypeScript and Dojo 2 have to offer your next project.
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Workshop: Building Apps with Dojo 2, A Progressive Framework for Modern Web Apps
Matt Gadd is a Lee Mack lookalike (just kidding!) and Web Engineer at SitePen; a software development consultancy. Matt has been working on cutting edge web applications since Flash in the early 2000’s, and is still excited by the web platform’s potential. As a contributor and user of the venerable original Dojo toolkit, is now a key technical figure on the next generation Dojo framework.
Anthony Gubler is an Architect and Engineer at SitePen. Anthony has been working on large scale SaaS applications for the last 6 years, more recently with a focus on Web technologies. Anthony is one of the technical leads working on Dojo 2 and is excited about TypeScript, progressive web applications, custom elements and emerging Web Platform capabilities.