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Archived Event

June 2020

JavaScript Marathon is a full week of free, online courses on React, TypeScript, GraphQL, and more. Come learn about some of the leading web development technologies and concepts!

React... Suspense…

featuring Kent C. Dodds

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React Suspense is coming and it's going to be awesome. It's currently in alpha and you can play around with it. In this tutorial we'll focus on the fundamentals of how React Suspense works (in its experimental form) and how that can help improve the user experience.

Build Angular Apps in Minutes

featuring Brian Lagunas and Jason Beres

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Angular schematics drive the productivity features of the Angular CLI. With the added benefits of tools, such as Ignite UI from Infragistics, you can take the CLI to the next step with built in component and app templates, and customized themes, and more to kickstart the app experience you need. In the webinar, Brian Lagunas and Jason Beres from Infragistics product teams will walk you through how to use the CLI and how you can create your own customizations to bring hyper-productivity to your teams.

Effectively Using the New Vue Composition API

featuring Jake Dohm

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Come join us as we walk through the new Composition API that will be released as part of Vue 3. The Composition API is a way to abstract functionality in your application, using some new internal APIs that Vue is exposing. Inspired by React Hooks, it makes it much easier to share logic, data, and methods across components in your app.

Web Performance: Diving into Lighthouse 6

featuring Justin Ribeiro

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With the latest release of Lighthouse, we have new metrics and tools at our disposal to make our web performance testing and tracing even better than before. In this training, Justin dives into what's changed, how this affects your users, and why you should care about these latest advancements.

Building an Issue Tracker API with NestJs

featuring Chris Whited

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We are going to learn how to create a new API using the NestJS NodeJS framework, and then use this API to connect to a database and build a REST API for creating, updating, and tracking issues. We will learn why NestJs is becoming one of the most popular NodeJs frameworks.


If you would like to learn more about how you can leverage This Dot’s expertise to upskill your team, and reinvigorate your developers with new knowledge about the web’s leading development technologies, visit the trainings page.