‘JavaScript’ Videos

  • James Tien: PHP First to JavaScript First – The WordPress.com Story 〜WordPress.com (Calypso) が JavaScript ファーストを

    James Tien: PHP First to JavaScript First – The WordPress.com Story 〜WordPress.com (Calypso) が JavaScript ファーストを

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: James Tien

    July 19, 2016 — The Tale of Calypso – Why WordPress.com Chose JavaScript-First Approach.

    “What would we build if we were starting from scratch today, knowing all we’ve learned over the past 13 years of building WordPress?” At the beginning of 2014, the folks at Automattic asked themselves this question. The result is what now known as Calypso. It is not only a product combining some latest web technology, but also the demonstration of what we see as the future of WordPress. In this session, we cover a brief history about the evolving of Calypso, how we chose our development stack, what we learned from it, and what potential it shows to us.

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  • K. Adam White: Using the REST API and JavaScript to create better WordPress interfaces

    K. Adam White: Using the REST API and JavaScript to create better WordPress interfaces

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: K. Adam White

    June 30, 2016 — n this talk we’ll discover the breadth of new WordPress interfaces enabled by leveraging the WordPress REST API, such as visualizations and new editor experiences. How can our API client libraries and the applications that use them be designed for maximum flexibility? The future of WordPress is not one interface, but many.

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  • Joe Hoyle: The Ultimate REST API talk

    Joe Hoyle: The Ultimate REST API talk

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Joe Hoyle

    June 30, 2016 — Come on a journey through all things WordPress REST API, we don’t have much time so strap yourselves in!

    From the basics of REST to advanced customer endpoints, auth, JavaScript usage and WordPress to WordPress communication, Joe attempts to provide a quick-fire look at many areas of the REST API and application development.

    Expect many code examples, case studies, visualisations and metaphors; if you do get lost, be consoled by the fact that Joe is almost certainly lost too!

  • Matías Ventura: A look into Calypso

    Matías Ventura: A look into Calypso

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Matías Ventura

    June 30, 2016 — The introduction of Calypso has brought the notion of a modern JavaScript approach to the front and center of the WordPress community. What does an admin UI built entirely in JavaScript (with technologies like React that have taken the JavaScript community by storm) mean for WordPress and how we think of JavaScript in the project? Explain some of Calypso’s core development values that have driven us from the very start at Automattic. How does it look internally and why it’s not powered by any “framework”? How can you get started, contribute, and begin making cool things with it?

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  • Damian Boni: Angular Word – WordPress and AngularJS

    Damian Boni: Angular Word – WordPress and AngularJS

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Damian Boni

    June 5, 2016 — Damian will be talking about the way WordPress is shaping towards stronger/more frequent use as a fully fledged CMS platform with a strong focus on frontend content delivery using JavaScript technologies.

    Some of the key areas they’d like to highlight during their talk are the RESTful API integrations with WordPress, whenever it’s exposing WordPress functionality through use of WordPress REST API 2.0 Plugin, or integration with external services and how this can be done with technologies such as AngularJS.

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  • Bruno Cunha: Intro to React

    Bruno Cunha: Intro to React

    WordCamp Miami 2016Speaker: Bruno Cunha

    April 20, 2016 — React is a popular JavaScript library by Facebook for building dynamic user interfaces. In this introduction, we’ll cover component-based application structure, React basics, and next steps. A basic understanding of JavaScript is recommended so you can follow along as we live code our first React Component!

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  • Camden Segal: Modern Javascript Workflows

    Camden Segal: Modern Javascript Workflows

    WordCamp Miami 2016Speaker: Camden Segal

    April 20, 2016 — The modern JavaScript ecosystem is evolving at an incredible pace. Every day there are new frameworks, tools, and ideas that push JavaScript development a little further.

    I will walk you through the concepts behind tools like NPM, Browserify, ES2015, and Babel, their basic usage. If you are a WordPress developer we will show how to best integrate them with WordPress’s built in systems. Even if you aren’t a WordPress developer, this talk will introduce you to tools that you should be using for your JavaScript development.

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  • Paul Vincent Beigang: (Unit) Test React

    Paul Vincent Beigang: (Unit) Test React

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Paul Vincent Beigang

    April 20, 2016 — React ist eine JavaScript-Bibliothek zum Erstellen von Benutzeroberflächen. Sie wurde 2013 von Facebook unter BSD-Lizenz veröffentlicht und schlägt seitdem immer größere Wellen.

    Im seinem Vortrag möchte uns Paul zeigen, wie wir unseren mit React umgesetzten Code (automatisiert) testen können.

  • Luigi Maselli: Controllare la WP REST API tramite JavaScript e React

    Luigi Maselli: Controllare la WP REST API tramite JavaScript e React

    WordCamp Torino 2016Speaker: Luigi Maselli

    April 19, 2016 — La complessità uccide la creatività e rallenta lo sviluppo del software. Avere i dati in JSON separati dalla loro presentazione ci permette di realizzare dei servizi più ottimizzati e più facili da mantenere per il nostro caso d’uso. Vedremo quali sono le potenzialità della nuova WP API e un esempio pratico con JavaScript e ReactJS.

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  • Thorsten Frommen: How (Not) to Write Testable Code

    Thorsten Frommen: How (Not) to Write Testable Code

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Thorsten Frommen

    April 18, 2016 — This session is about writing code that can easily be tested. By means of negative examples, Thorsten explains what makes code rather hard to test, or even untestable. Each „bad practice“ is first presented in an abstract way, and then illustrated and discussed using one or more concrete PHP and JavaScript code examples. In the end, Thorsten shows how to solve the individual issues at hand, and thus produce testable code—even if you don’t test it yourself.

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