Designing very large (JavaScript) applications – Malte Ubl – Medium


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Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript applications. I don’t really do that anymore, so I thought it was a good time to give a bit of a retrospective and share what I learned. Yesterday I was…
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This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube . Slide text: Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript…
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This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube . Slide text: Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript…
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Using tests to maintain architectural invariants
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Designing very large (JavaScript) applications
This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube.
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As I was saying at the start of the presentation: The way to get there is to use empathy and think with your engineers on your team about how they will use your APIs and how they will use your abstractions. Experience is how you flesh out that empathy over time. Put together, empathy and experience is what enables you to choose the right abstractions for your application
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This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube. Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript applications. I don’t really do that anymore, so I thought it was a good time to give a bit of a retrospective and share what I learned. via Pocket
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This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube. Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript applications. I don’t really do that anymore, so I thought it was a good time to give a bit of a retrospective and share what I learned.
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This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube . Slide text: Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript…
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5 days ago by BastiRe
This is a mildly edited transcript of my JSConf Australia talk. Watch the whole talk on YouTube. Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript applications. I don’t really do that anymore, so I thought it was a good time to give a bit of a retrospective and share what I learned.
5 days ago by davidmatas
Enjoyable post ostensibly about building large client side js apps, but really just about leading development of large apps, designing frameworks and etchttps://t.co/XXoALfOJbl

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Hello, I used to build very large JavaScript applications. I don’t really do that anymore, so I thought it was a good time to give a bit of a retrospective and share what I learned. Yesterday I was…
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