Webinar: “Simple, Fast Frontends with htmx” with Carson Gross
It doesn’t have to be that way. In this hands-on webinar, we introduce htmx, part of a recent trend to slim down frontends and return to the original principles of the web, while still providing faster interactivity. htmx has taken off recently, and Carson Gross, its creator, is dropping by to explain the why, how and what.
Date: July 22, 2021
TIME: 18:00 CEST
With htmx, you use HTML — yes, HTML — as the organizing idea. We’ll give you an orientation, then show lots of examples in action. Carson is a WebStorm fan, and since his motto is the HOWL stack — Hypertext On Whatever Language — he and Paul will collaborate to show usage on plain servers and Python backends.
- Quick demo
- What is htmx?
- The problem being solved
- Static demos
- FastAPI demos
- Django demos
- Advanced discussion
About the Presenter
Carson runs Big Sky Software, teaches CS at a university, and is the CTO of LeadDyno. He is the creator of htmx, hyperscript and intercooler.js, and has been doing web programming since the late 1990s. His technical approach is to look for hot new trends in the industry and then do the opposite of that.
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