Web Assembly is a binary format which can be used to develop applications on web pages and the edge. This event is an introduction to Web Assembly (WASM and how you can bring Go and Kotlin to the client)
No idea what WebAssembly is? We got you. We will open the event with an Introduction to Web Assembly, presented by Simon Hewitt. Here we'll look at some history, how WASM is implemented at a high level, and then deploy a Go program to the web and to Cloudflare.
After that we have Garth Gilmour, appearing in his new role as Developer Advocate at JetBrains. Compose!
Compose began on mobile, but is maturing into a multiplatform UI framework. You can use it in production on the desktop today, support for iOS is in alpha and there is an experimental version for Web Assembly. Using these implementations you can create and share rich clients that reuse logic, entities and even custom controls. This talk will show how a unified codebase, within a single project, can be used to create a variety of compelling clients. By the end of the talk you will have everything you need to start building with Compose on your platform(s) of choice.
As always huge thanks to CME for hosting and sponsoring our event.
I am a prolific contributor to, and organiser of, conferences and user groups. I have participated in ACCU, GOTO, KotlinConf, RebelCon, NIDevConf, Functional Kats etc... and am a co-organiser of the Belfast BASH and Kotlin Users Group. Outside of work I am a martial arts instructor, with certifications in multiple systems, teaching at both children's and adult classes and delivering specialist seminars.