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Tuesday, December 8 • 5:10pm - 5:30pm
Server-Side Rendering Isn’t Enough - Matthew Phillips, Phillips

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Since Node came onto the scene developers have been looking for ways to share code between the server and client. First with just models, later templates, and today with the full view. We’ll explore how we can improve on code reuse by providing more than view rendering. We will take a look at: how to share a common router, CSS generation (including returning only the CSS needed for the requested page), and inlining of data. All of these components are just as important in our quest for achieving a single, shared, and seamless code base between server and client.

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Matthew Phillips

JavaScript Engineer, Bitovi
Matthew is a full time open source developer with Bitovi working on simplifying workflows for creating large JavaScript projects. Matthew is a core contributor to DoneJS which encompasses CanJS, StealJS, and more than a dozen other projects, including can-ssr. Previously Matthew spoke at Future Insights Live 2015 about the upcoming specification which will bring modules to the browser.

Tuesday December 8, 2015 5:10pm - 5:30pm
Pavilion West