Building apps in cheat mode with Svelte

Rich Harris

Auditori AXA
  599 Eur + VAT
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Svelte is a new kind of framework — one that runs at build time, converting your components into vanilla JavaScript rather than doing extra work in the browser. It comes packed with features to make developers' and designers' lives easier, but unlike traditional frameworks, it will only include the ones you're using. The result? Smaller, faster applications that are exceptionally easy to build.

Workshop venue

  • Auditori AXA (floor -1)


  • In this workshop we'll dive into the Svelte compiler and learn how it generates efficient code on your behalf. We will try our hand at building reactive applications using a variety of techniques — form bindings, animations and transitions, stores, SVG, server-side rendering, code-splitting... maybe even a sprinkle of WebGL. By the end of the day you'll feel comfortable using Svelte for any kind of web project, big or small.


  • You'll need to know HTML, CSS and modern JavaScript, and should be familiar with Node.js and the terminal.
  • All attendees should bring their own laptop.
Rich Harris

Meet the trainer

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Rich Harris

Rich Harris is an Emmy award-winning visual journalist and software developer on the New York Times investigative team. He is the creator of several widely-used open source projects including Rollup, the module bundler used by the JavaScript ecosystem's most popular libraries.

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