30 June 2014 – Responsive Sausage (#lwsSausageJS)

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General release tickets are available from this page on Friday, 13 June 1pm.

Join us on our next event on Monday, June 30 at 6:30pm at our lovely new venue at ASOS.

Venue

ASOS
Greater London House
Hampstead Road
London
NW1 7FB

Nearest tube station: Mornington Crescent.

Monday, June 30, 2014 at 6:30pm

“Build awesome responsive experiences with JavaScript” by Jonathan Fielding

Media queries allow us to to optimise the look and feel of our site to work across a wide variety of devices, but often these devices have a wide variety of different capabilities, including different input methods, additional API’s and screen sizes. With this in mind, it really doesn’t make sense to offer the same functionality to all devices, we need a way to provide optimised functionality dependant on the capabilities of the device. This is where responsive javascript comes in, this talk aims to teach you not only why we need to be doing this, but also how we can go about doing this with our sites.

About Jonathan, @JonthanFielding

Jonathan Fielding is a developer who’s passionate about responsive design and is the author of: Beginning Responsive Design (Apress). He has been involved in a variety of open source projects aiming to make responsive design easier and to allow developers to build sites that adapt not only in look but in functionality to best suit the device.

“Bruce’s Tour of the Sausage Factory” by Bruce Lawson

Everyone who’s not wrong and/or evil agrees that standards are best for the Web. But how do standards get made? As a veteran of the standardisation world for a decade, I’ll shock you by revealing the torrid reality of the standardisation process. Not for the faint-hearted, we’ll go from the ancient Romans, IE5, Apple’s unclosed tag madness, trainspotting, Wilbur and XHTML2. Do you dare tour the sausage factory?

About Bruce, @brucel

Bruce evangelises open web standards for Opera. His other claim to fame is that his grandfather invented penguins in 1957.

Get your free ticket

Get your ticket here: http://lwssausagejs.eventbrite.co.uk.

Pre-Pre-Release tickets will be available on Friday 6 June from 11am.
Pre-Release tickets will be available on Monday 9 June from 1pm.
General release tickets will be available from Friday 13 June from 1pm.

Venue

The event will be held at ASOS.

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ASOS
Greater London House
Hampstead Road
London
NW1 7FB

Nearest tube station: Mornington Crescent.

 

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