12:50 - 13:35 (UTC±00)
Talk (45 min)
Lightning talks (approx 10-15 minutes each)
Talk 1: Rate limits, resources and rage — innovative solutions to scaling on the Jamstack (with no budget) - Salma Alam-Naylor
The Jamstack is a powerful architecture to build, deploy and innovate faster than ever. But what do you do when you’re rate-limited by your API, resource-limited by your hosting provider, and have no budget to scale? Can you make it work?
Join whitep4nth3r to explore the evolution and scale of a project on the Jamstack, how rage-inducing problems often require ridiculous solutions, and how everything worked out in the end.
Talk 2: API design for Front-end engineers - Teresa Wu
API is the first user experience of your application; the design should come first before the implementation. Therefore the API design is equally important to front-end engineers as it does for backend engineers.
In this talk, I will talk about the "API-First" concept and walk you through the important aspects of API design from the FE engineer's view, including URL structure, HTTP method, API versioning, JSON syntax, and the flow of API-First design.
Talk 3: Brewing Tea Over HTTP - Imran Nazar
The author of RFC 7168 explores the history of HTTP and network-connected coffeepots, and describes the tea-brewing extensions added to Hypertext Coffeepot Control Protocol.