[GDG DevFest] recap : Seattle GDG Polymer Hackademic
Venue: Google Seattle | Nov 14, 2014 | 8:30 - 17:00
85 online registrations | 63 attended in person | 5 watched live stream | 50+ viewed talks on YouTube.
Attendees learned getting the most out of web components requires a change in mindset. Component Kitchen founder Jan Miksovsky, who seriously knows web components, presented both an introduction on Web Components, and a more advanced talk that assumes basic familiarity with web components and Google’s Polymer framework and a set of principles for creating components that can quickly be remixed and adapted in a variety of applications.
Each of the Jan's talks was followed by a hands on Polymer codelab, and additional hacking. Most attendees chose to create their own polymer component. We wrapped up the day with demos. This including an Etch-A-Sketch and Auto-Completion on big data list coded in Polymer and shared on github.
8:30 am Arrival and registration
9:00 am Web Components 101
10:30 am Coffee break
10:45 am Chrome Dev Editor and Polymer Application - Code Lab
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Designing Web Components for Reuse
2:30 pm Polymer Apps and Mobile Web Development
3:30 pm Q&A
4:00 pm Closing
Photos - https://plus.google.com/111739836936169749229/posts/89keeYoJsMC
Event - http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/events/155658502/
Video - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWfeS6EKrOrq1YfzTtZJfug #gdg #Seattle #itshackademic
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