In October we have a talk on Workbox Wizardry for the Web developers and a look at Frida - a dynamic instrumentation toolbox for mobile developers ! 🤖
17:45 - 18:10 - Food and Drinks are served, get comfy and prepare yourself to learn some new things!
18:10 - 18:15 - Welcome to GDG!
18:15 - 18:40 - Frida - Dynamic instrumentation toolkit - Christoff Jacobs
When writing an Android mobile application displaying sensitive information to the end-user. Care has to be taken by the developer to safeguard against individuals, who intends to by-pass such validation checks. In bypassing the validation checks the sensitive information can be viewed or accessed.
This talk will demonstrate the steps required by a developer to potentially by-pass such validation checks using the Frida toolkit.
18:40 - 18:45 - Small Breather
18:45 - 19:30 - Workbox Wizardry - Mike Geyser
Service workers are powerful features of modern web experiences that seem like a whole bunch of black magic to the uninitiated. A proliferation of frameworks, an array of browser APIs, and a slew of tools all combine to cast a pall of confusion over the topic. Never fear; we will use the incredible Workbox library (and tools) to dispel all shadows of doubt, and confidently build service workers.
This code-oriented talk takes an extensive look at the different ways workbox can be used. It shows different pre- and runtime-caching strategies, explains the challenges behind service worker life cycle events, and explores offline strategies using background sync. It will even show you how workbox can be used on traditional server-side websites - giving them a real performance boost. So come along, level up, and add a few more incantations to your spellbook.
19:30 - 19:45 - Giveaways and Thanks!
JoziHub, 44 Stanley.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Lots of great content and smart developers! (Oh and some awesome prizes to be won!)
WHAT TO BRING:
Yourself, and maybe a friend if you are shy to chat to people (don't be shy!)
JoziHub is a co-working spot located in 44 Stanley. You can find more about their venue here: http://jozihub.org/
Please remember, we have a code of conduct at our meetup. Everyone is welcome and if you feel uncomfortable please let any of the organisers know.