Interesting talks at the dotJS conference
- Json web token’s are becoming more and more popular and look to replace traditional cookies. They are encoded as a json object which can be used to store numerous amounts of data as the payload of a JSON Web Signature (JWS) – for example.
- ReactJS’s lead developer talks about it’s implementation, originally deriving from Facebook and how many large companies now use it. It is referred to as the V in MVC and can be used easily alongside other model / controller frameworks.
- Ember.JS’s Yehuda Katz talked on diversity / evolution and how important it is in the workplace and how he believes that getting things out the door / adapting quickly to change is a methodology he carries out with Rails 3 and Ember.JS.
- Google developer discusses an active library called domJS which he is currently working on with a team of active contributors. Google has it’s own stand discussing the polymer project