Yesterday we launched Sessions — a website where you can watch videos of top-notch talks from developer meetups. To date, our production team has recorded, produced, and transcribed around 50 talks by 50 inspiring speakers, and we’re expanding. If you run an event or know one that needs recording, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Why we […]

We collaborated with The Skater Dev to produce a video we think you’re really going to enjoy…. In this video, The Skater Dev teaches you how build a realtime comment feed using Laravel, Laravel Echo, and the Pusher Laravel Echo integration. He also touches on Vue.js – an up-and-coming front-end MVVM framework. Check it out: […]

Hackference This year, Alex Pate and I (Alex Booker) headed to Birmingham on behalf of Pusher for the alleged final Hackference . I say “alleged” because for the last three years running, it has been said that each Hackference is the “final Hackference” and it’s turned into a bit of a running joke ?. We […]

The era of Virtual Reality computing is about to begin. Analysts forecast that VR will become a $30 billion industry by 2020. It’s also a lot of fun. In this talk, Peter O’Shaughnessy teaches us how to build virtual reality web applications for Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard, using the new WebVR API along […]

In this talk, Michael Langmayr talks about how GraphQL and Relay can enhance data fetching in your client-side applications. He also makes the case for replacing Redux with Relay and touches on why Facebook felt the need for another data store technology. Watch the video on YouTube below and enjoy ?: [00:00:07] Hello everybody, so […]

Redux is usually taught with synchronous actions – these are easier to understand but as developers of web apps, we tend to deal with asynchronous actions a lot more often. In this talk, Christopher McDonald compares 3 libraries to assist you with asynchronous Redux actions: redux-thunk, redux-promise, and redux-saga. Chris also compares the different approaches […]

One of the more popular use cases for Pusher comes in the form of notifications (a short message that pops up on the user’s screen to tell them about an event such as an item being delivered). Pusher is a great fit for this as it’s easy to send data to users in realtime to […]

Most people use Babel to compile ES2015 or JSX code. But it’s actually a multi-purpose JavaScript compilation tool. This talk by Matt Zeunert (@mattzeunert) will show how you can use Babel to create your own code transformation rules. This talk was filmed at JS Monthly London on July 25 2016. [00:00:05] Hi everyone. I’m going […]

In this talk, Carl Crawford (@StickyCarl) gives a whirlwind tour of the more popular and useful libraries available to React developers. This talk was filmed at JS Monthly London on July 25 2016. [00:00:05] I’m Carl. I’m a full-time developer at Sticky World. I like cats. Before that I was researching optimisation for dynamic initialisation. […]

If there’s one thing Jack and Ben are more passionate about than JavaScript, it’s teaching JavaScript. In the last few months alone, Jack and Ben have collectively reached hundreds of JavaScript developers through their educational posts, talks and workshops. In this finale of the Jack and Ben show, they deliberate the most effective ways to […]

In this talk, Seb Lee-Delisle (@seb_ly) shows us how to get started with connecting electronic components on the Raspberry Pi. Additionally, Seb shows us how to work with super bright LEDs, buttons, displays, sensors and motors entirely in JavaScript. This talk was filmed at Async in Brighton (July event). [00:00:03] Stuff That Talks to The […]

In this post you’ll learn: How to structure a Visual Studio solution that uses React for the front-end and ASP.NET Web API for the back-end How to use webpack and npm together with Visual Studio How to easily make your applications realtime with Pusher Before getting started it might be helpful to have a basic […]