Talking Universal JavaScript at Fluent Conf

Back in March I had the pleasure of flying out to San Francisco to speak at Fluent Conf, a yearly event organised by O’Reilly focused on front-end development, to speak about Universal JavaScript. You can find the video below, along with links to the slides and extra information.

By writing our applications in this universal style we can improve the performance of our JS applications along with proving an experience for those who might not have JS enabled for whatever reason. There’s some links below to other resources that you might be interested in and I’d love to hear your thoughts; feel free to tweet @Jack_Franklin.

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