There are a few projects I've been working on which I'd love to give talks about and share with the community (not Angular related). Could be talking about any/all of:
1. #HydroActive - A different take on hydration in an HTML-first world. https://github.com/dgp1130/HydroActive/
2. #rules_prerender - A #Bazel ruleset serving as a fast and scalable #StaticSiteGenerator. https://github.com/dgp1130/rules_prerender/
3. #HTMLFragments - A no-tooling, web standard-based approach to HTML over the wire. https://blog.dwac.dev/posts/html-fragments/
Greatly appreciate boosts for reach!
@mdh I can definitely see the argument that better #RPC technologies would reduce the desire for the client and the server to be the same language. Though in my experience I don't think I've ever seen shared logic in the API layer beyond #TypeScript types.
Server-side rendering is the killer feature which usually shares code between the frontend and backend. If we could do that without either:
1) forcing the client JS to run on the server or
2) duplicating the rendering logic on the server
then users would have a lot more freedom to pick their preferred server language and ecosystem. #HydroActive does this.
And the wait is over! Check out my *first* #YouTube video:
I walk through the motivation for the library, the #UX and #DX I'm trying to create, and then show a whole bunch of demos and how they work. I learned a lot building this library and I hope it's interesting and useful to you too!