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Chris plays around with SVGs to render progress indicators, spinners or other kind of circular charts or animations.

Lightning Talks are 5 minute segments during which interested members of the audience can take the stage and present on a topic dear to their heart.
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Feross introduces The Annoying Site Dot Com (Visit this site only if you don't have anything better to do than cleaning up your browser/computer for the next hours!)

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Yoshua introduces Choo: https://choo.io

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Shi Ling introduces a way to ease the pains of user journey testing.

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Speech, mixed reality and machine learning are all the rage. How do we incorporate these emerging technologies into today’s web and provide enriching opportunities for creators and compelling experiences for users? How do we make those experiences buildable and deployable at scale to everyone, everywhere? Come hear from David Bryant how Mozilla blends established core web components like JavaScript with breakthrough new capabilities like WebAssembly and powerful new programming languages like Rust to transform the web.
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CSS Blend modes are underutilized and can be used for a variety of things from improving image performance to creating scalable styling. This talk goes over some case studies where blend modes can make a big impact, talks about browser support, and also discusses workaround for including blend modes where they aren't supported.
Tour the wide world of CSS Blend modes with Una Kravets and learn why you may want to introduce them in your own web-based projects today!
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If we want to make things work, we need to communicate with other people. We need to talk to our users, audiences, colleagues, clients or even our bosses. We want to share our ideas and make sure they get it, so we can produce work that we're proud of. And right now, in our world, we mainly communicate through text. We talk through 140 characters, chat messages, blog posts or even README documents. We write everyday. But how do you write better? How do you improve your communication so hopefully the other party listens (or reads) and performs the action you wish they do?
In this talk Zell likes to share with you what he learned from writing about code for four years – He'll share surprising things he discovered, and how you can improve your communication and get people to take action.
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Data sketches is a collaboration between Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu, where we choose a topic and visualize it by the end of the month, and write about our process. In this talk, we will share our favorite months of data, sketches, and code: what made them our favorites, the mistakes we made along the way, and how we overcame them. We want to share our lessons learned to highlight that, though many of our visualizations had humble, ugly duckling beginnings, we were able to produce unique and compelling results through many (embarrassing) iterations.
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In this talk, you'll learn about code linting – how to use Standard and ESLint to catch programmer errors before they cause problems for your users. We'll discuss how to get started with linting, as well as how to improve your setup if you're already linting your code. Feross will also share the secret history of how the Standard linter was created, for the first time ever in a conference talk.
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WebAR is coming! And some would argue that it's already here. Developing augmented reality on the web can sound very complex. This is why I developed a way to make it easier for anyone to do AR, and I want to share it with you. It is called AR.js. In this talk I will take you through what WebAR is, what are its possibilities and its challenges. We will take a look with Jerome Etienne at the major players and the recent developments in the AR world. Finally, he will share some demos made with AR.js, a fully open-source solution to do efficient augmented reality on the web!
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