A series of Informal Interactive Tech Talks about Front End Web Development.
Hosted by Ada Rose Cannon, a Developer Advocate from the Samsung Internet Web Browser:
You can see recordings from old broadcasts at the bottom of this page.
The next talk is scheduled for: Friday 30th November (12pm GMT), it's going to be a long one.
You may remember this blog post from a while ago: Developing software using a phone. That blog post talked about using Samsung DeX to access our favourite developer tools with termux and a code editor which I wrote.
There has been a new piece of tech which has been announced since then, Linux on DeX which is currently on beta trial for the Note 9.
In this video I will stream trying out Linux on DeX watch the live stream and suggested stuff I should try out.
If the player doesn't load you can watch it on twitch here: AdaPlaysOverwatch on Twitch
The topic, as voted for on twitter, will be Isomorphic Rendering and HyperHTML. Where I will walk through a demo of using HyperHTMl, Native es6 imports to set up a single template that works server side and client side.
In which I chat with Jo Balletti from Samsung Internet (@thisisjofrank) about what it is like to be a mentor and some of the cutting edge web experiments she is building with new CSS features. Sorry about the audio, the mic was playing up. Intro music: Internet, the day when all humans will disappear by Monplaisir
This was live stream exclusive. So no video. :( I live coded a simple scene using A-Frame, demonstrating how to do lights, materials and animations. Intro music: Internet, the day when all humans will disappear by Monplaisir
Ruth (@rumyra) and I have a chat about using Midi Controllers on the Web and all the things they can be used for. We finish by using a midi controller to control a variable font. Intro music: Internet, the day when all humans will disappear by Monplaisir
A while ago I wrote an article about using Samsung DeX to develop Software Using a Phone. This sequel looks at using Linux on DeX to take it even further. For more details about this read the accompanying article: Web Development on the Phone using Linux on DeX Intro music: Internet, the day when all humans will disappear by Monplaisir