Montreal's JavaScript User Group

July 11th, 2017 @ 18:00
High Season

What do 3D cars and Compactr have in common? JS-Montreal of course.

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Come early! drinks and pizza being served starting 6PM, and presentations start at 7PM.

Osman Zeki
Building a 3D Car Configurator using React, Flux and WebGL.

Can React and Flux-like architectures be used to drive and manage a 3D world built with WebGL? With new tools and ideas emerging out of the worldwide open-source community, it certainly seems possible and it might even a good idea. In this talk, we will be going through how I built a real/commercial product using this premise, the tools that were used to do so and the lessons that were learned in the process. Here is a list of some of the subjects that the talk will cover : BabylonJS, InfernoJS / React, MobX / Flux, TypeScript, Webpack, Babel, Axios, SVG, Blender, SolidWorks, etc.

Frederic Charette
Compactr, building lighter realtime applications

Serialization is something that is often overlooked in the creation of realtime applications. Together we'll explore how serialization works, what protocols are out there and end with a live demo application.

La Gare: A beautiful collaborative workspace in the Mile End.

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