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Frontend World - DEVWorld 2024


  • 2500 Frontend Developers
  • Amsterdam
  • 29 Feb & 1 March

Connecting Global JavaScript Leader

  • Ken Wheeler


    By Ken Wheeler

    Ken Wheeler is a passionate web developer, he is known in the dev community as the author of several popular open-source libraries, such as Spectacle, react-music, react-game-kit and Webpack Dashboard.

  • Rachel Nabors


    By Rachel Nabors

    Rachel Nabors is a web animation expert, an award-winning cartoonist, and invited expert at the W3C. She has worked on interactive projects with companies like Adobe and Mozilla. She travels the world, speaking and training, and helping teams put animation to work in their design systems and documentation.

  • Kent C. Dodds

    Keynote: The Epic Stack

    By Kent C. Dodds

    Kent will talk about how to build excellent modern web applications into an opinionated project starter that allows teams to ship their ideas to production faster and on a more stable foundation.

  • Aashima Ahuja

    React 18

    By Aashima Ahuja

    New Features in React18, like Concurrency, Automatic Batching, Transitions, New Suspense & Server components. Where you will learn about how to upgrade your app to React 18, learn about concurrent rendering, automatic batching, use new hooks introduced useTransition and useDeferredValue, Replace useEffect with Suspense, Build application using server components and Improve bundle size with React server components.

  • Minko Gechev

    Angular 16

    By Minko Gechev

    What is new in Angular 16, the Rethinking Reactivity, Angular Signals, RxJS interoperability, Server-side rendering and hydration, Improved tooling for standalone components, directives, and pipes and more!

  • Vue 3

    The Stable Release of Vue3 whilst diving into IDE Tooling, the maturing Vue 3 Eco System involving Nuxt, Quasar, Vuetify, VueUse, PrimeVue and more!

  • Thijs de Maa

    Rebuilt Frontend for higher quality code, record-speed development, and effortless developer onboarding

    By Thijs de Maa

    How the framework was based on lessons learned of bunq’s custom backend framework, how to leverage code generators and AI to optimize developer efficiency, and how writing clean, reusable, and extremely readable code almost negates the need for writing documentation. This reflects bunq’s transition into an established international scaleup, able to drive innovation in the financial sector faster and more efficiently than legacy banks.

  • Node.js 20

    Not upgrading? Think Twice! Be ready for New Permission Model, Native Test Runner, Compiling a Single Executable Application, Updated V8 JavaScript Engine and more!

  • Deno 2.0

    The Deno Core Team will bring us some exciting updates. The Deno team is working toward a major release of Deno 2 this year, but first, it’s released Deno v1.33. Deno is a Rust-based runtime for JavaScript, TypeScript, and WebAssembly.

  • Next.js

    Next.js enables you to create Full Stack Web Applications by extending the latest React Features.

  • Shai Reznik

    JavaScript Streaming - A Qwik glimpse into the future

    By Shai Reznik

    The instant web revolution has arrived! Introducing Qwik, the first framework of a new generation. With Qwik, JavaScript developers can effortlessly create instantly loading apps of any size. Say goodbye to manual performance optimization and hello to better SEO, conversions, and user experience. Join us to explore the past, present, and future of web development and discover the innovative technology behind Qwik. Don't be left behind like Blockbuster in the Netflix story. Embrace the next evolution in web development and unlock new possibilities.

  • Mitch

    Take it Offline

    By Mitch

    This interactive workshop provides a unique and enjoyable entry point for individuals interested in exploring the world of programming through the lens of exploration and "play". Delving into a collection of challenges, puzzles, and board games, attendees will explore, learn and collaborate together - whilst having fun at the same time! At the same time, all our activities are offline, so no computers are required for participation.

  • Houssein Djirdeh


    By Houssein Djirdeh

    Aurora is an initiative where Chrome engineers partner with open-source web frameworks to improve user experience across the web, with a special emphasis on performance.

  • Jatin Ramanathan


    By Jatin Ramanathan

    Wiz which runs most of Google's consumer web apps. Wiz handles the controllers/models/views, and Photos leverages Closure for the templates, and JsAction for the event delegation.

  •  Marek Kiszkis

    Take a Step Back

    By Marek Kiszkis

    It's easy to get lost in the everyday rush. In this talk I will show you how important it is to take a step back and look at the big picture - even where there's no time. I'll also talk about some timeless principles that you can refer to, so that you know if you're doing things right. All this will be based on real life stories at Netflix Engineering

  • Önder Ceylan

    Rethinking Browser Automation: Unleashing the Power of Puppeteer and Playwright

    By Önder Ceylan

    Are you ready to challenge the status quo and explore the intricacies of browser automation? Join us as we dive into the powerful world of Puppeteer and Playwright to demonstrate how these tools can revolutionize your development and testing workflows. We'll scrutinize the traditional use cases of browser automation and venture beyond the usual scraping content or automated form submission. This fast-paced, highly interactive talk casts a critical eye on de-facto solutions while uncovering hidden treasures from classical practices. We'll showcase real-life examples demonstrating the power of applicable browser instrumentation and automation, putting the spotlight on out-of-the-box approaches and creative techniques. You'll get insights into harnessing the strengths of Chromium DevTools Protocol, Protocol Monitor, and cloud functions (FaaS) to reimagine the limits of what's possible with browser automation. Designed for software and QA engineers in search of novel ideas and fresh challenges, our talk will focus on JavaScript-based solutions. Expect to leave with valuable tips and tricks, a thorough understanding of developer tools such as Puppeteer and Playwright, and renewed inspiration for tackling the next big project.

  • Bakhtar Sobat

    Enhance and improve user experience with BFF

    By Bakhtar Sobat

    An online modern user-facing application consists of two components; a client-side and a server-side, known as Backend For Frontend (BFF). BFF is not just ""another"" backend component but it is a mindset that needs to be followed and respected, which is the key to enhanced and improved user experience. In this talk we are going to see what BFF design pattern is and why is it a MUST for an online application. We will also discuss the benefits of BFF from different perspectives. I'll also share my personal experience and how did I convince my PO to implement this idea within our company.

You will learn from

  • Photo of Alex Kyriakidis

    Alex Kyriakidis

    Co-Founder VueSchool

    Founder of Vue School. Vue.js Team Member. Author of the first 2 books about Vue.js. Frozen coffee (Frappe) lover.

  • Photo of Aashima Ahuja
    Meta logo

    Aashima Ahuja

    Engineer at Meta | React 18

    Experienced Frontend Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the internet industry


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