Build an e-commerce with JavaScript
Monday, August 3rd, 2020: 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
online

Have you thought about launching an e-commerce but you do not know where to start? If the answer is yes, this is the workshop for you! You will learn the basics of coding to build your first MVP for your e-commerce.

What you can expect

  • Learn the basics of JavaScript
  • Apply JavaScript to a real web project
  • Code along and build your own responsive E-commerce

In recent years JavaScript has taken hold in the technology industry, that's why it is the language you should approach, or if it is your first time programming and you are interested in entering the world of technologies, JavaScript is an excellent starting point. Simply put, JavaScript is the most important programming language of this decade and it's even more important than you think.

In this workshop we will take the potential of JavaScript to another level, creating a E-commerce.

Hosted by Victor Hernandez From Ironhack Miami: Learn to Code + Design

BOCAJS - Static Sites and Serverless Functions - A Dynamic Combination
Tuesday, August 4th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

Join us in welcoming an old friend of south Florida: James Q Quick. He was one of our most amazing Microsoft Advocate in the past, but live decided to make him an offer he couldn't say no to and now he's top developer Youtube and twitch star with more followers that all meet ups in south florida combined (and then double that!) and he'll be presenting:

Static Sites and Serverless Functions - A Dynamic Combination

Static sites are growing in popularity, but many developers still question just how powerful they can be. As it turns out, there is an entire ecosystem of added functionality in the form of serverless functions.

Hosted by Damian Montero From BocaJS

Build React UI Visually with Plasmic - Host Yang Zhang
Tuesday, July 28th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
online

Design tools are amazing tools for thought, but for a host of reasons are limited to creating drawings rather than production assets. Engineers must instead re-create surfaces from scratch, by hand, using code. This inevitably leads to discrepancies and back-and-forth with the design team, and ultimately two sources of truth that are never truly in sync.

Plasmic is a tool to build UIs visually, currently in heavy development. It loosely resembles a design tool and aims to give the same sense of speedy iteration, but is for building maintainable, production-ready presentational components. The idea is to give developers a better and faster development experience, eliminate an entire class of visual bugs/QA/tooling, and ultimately maintain a single source of truth with design.

Hosted by Damian Montero and Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson From Palm Beach JavaScript

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