Virtual tech meetups

Deep dives into specific topics hosted by contributors to the blog

Upcoming meetups:

Understanding reactive microservices with JHipster

Join us on August 24th at 1pm EDT as we walk through how to use JHipster to create a reactive microservices architecture with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud; and run it all in Kubernetes.

Should you use Chrome as your IDE?

Join us on August 31st at 1pm EDT as our host Sean McPherson experiments with using the Chrome web browser as an environment for web development. We will learn about the Chrome DevTools, the Sources panel, debugging, and Workspaces.

What makes memory management in Rust so unique and powerful?

Join Alex Merced on September 20th at 12 p.m. EDT and learn what makes Rust’s memory management so unique and why it’s effective at solving issues that arise from other languages like Python and C/C++.

Frontend developer experience: Turbocharge your development team’s productivity

Join Paul Cowan on September 21st at 12 p.m. EDT and learn how specific development practices can help (or hinder) the performance of your team. We will be taking a deep dive into DX and what can be done to be more efficient developers.

Configuring Apache for Node.js

Join Deborah Emeni on September 28th at 11 a.m. EDT and learn how to create a server solution that can respond to requests quickly and handle a high traffic volume of users by configuring an Apache server for Node.js. We will cover how Apache can be configured and the benefits of configuring Apache for a Node.js application.

Previous meetup recordings

Creating accessible websites with semantic HTML

Join us on August 10th at 2 p.m. EDT and learn how semantic HTML can be used to create accessible websites.

Converting A React (Next.Js) App From JavaScript To TypeScript

Join us on Aug 1st at 2 p.m. EDT to learn about the web’s hottest language: TypeScript! TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, or JavaScript with types, which interacts with JavaScript….

Understanding JavaScript Supply Chain Security

Join us on July 26th at 12 p.m. EDT to learn the scope of the supply chain threats against the open source ecosystem,….

Using GraphQL In Next.Js Apps

Join us on July 21st at 2 p.m. EDT to learn how you can use GraphQL in your Next.js apps. GraphQL remains the most flexible query language for APIs, while Next.js is….

Building An Application With React And Nx

Join us on June 26nd at 2 p.m. EDT to learn how to create an application with React and Nx, a build framework that allows you to build monorepos….

How To Use CSS Animations And Stay Performant (And Accessible)

Join us on May 17th at 2 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on how to use CSS animations and stay performant…

Exploring React Suspense With React Freeze

Join us on May 12th at 5 p.m. EDT for a walk through on React Freeze, learning how to use it in our apps. First, we’ll introduce React Suspense…

Live reload – What it is, why you need it and how to do it

Join us on March 8th at 6 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on live reloading your code…

Rapid Development With GraphQL Codegen

Join us on Jan 4th at 2 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on how to leverage GraphQL Code Generator to write effective operations, manage endpoints, generate-server side and client-side code, and much more…

LogRocket meetup: Deep dive on backstage.io

Join us on Dec 22nd at 7 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on backstage.io, an open platform for building developer portals developed by Spotify…

React Vs. Next.js

In this meetup we did a deep dive into React vs. Next.js. In this talk Andrew Evans will presented Next.js and how it fits into the React ecosystem…

TypeScript Alternatives – JSDoc JavaScript

Join us on Dec 1st at 2 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on using JSDoc annotations to type a JavaScript is a viable alternative to TypeScript…

GraphQL, The URQL Library, And Building Advanced Features On The Client-Side

This meetup was a deep dive on how adding structured data to your React apps and sites helps search engines such as Google understand your content and get it in front of more eyeballs…

Building A PWA With Svelte

together we’ll explore how PWAs work by building our own in Svelte
and some features of Sapper and SvelteKit…

React Hooks for infinite scroll: An advanced tutorial

Learn how to build your own React Hook for infinite scroll, along with some advanced features that will take your app to the next…

React, structured data, and SEO

Join us on Oct 27th at 1 p.m. EDT for a deep dive on how adding structured data to your React apps and sites helps search engines such as Google understand your content and get it in front of more eyeballs…