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Is your head spinning from the firehose of front-end tools, work flows, task runners, libraries, frameworks, MV*, and opinions? Not sure where or how to start? Need a broader introduction to how a JS application is built? Cody Lindley examines the building blocks of a modern front-end JS application, free from dogma. In this recording below, from FITC, he speaking abstractly about the components a front-end engineer should consider when architecting a front-end JS application.

About the Author

Cody Lindley

Cody Lindley is a front-end developer working as a developer advocate for Telerik focused on the Kendo UI tools. He lives in Boise, ID with his wife and three children. You can read more about Cody on his site or follow him on Twitter at @codylindley.


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