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Martin Splitt: Making games with JavaScript and – JS Kongress 2016 image/svg+xml

If you are familiar with JavaScript and want to learn how to make games with it, this is a talk for you.

This talk walks you through the necessary parts to build a game and shows you how Phaser helps you focus less on the nitty-gritty details and focus on gameplay and experimentation.

Phaser looks pretty neat, I’m definitely going to have a play with this.

DEF CON 24 – Chris Rock – How to Overthrow a Government image/svg+xml

Are you sick and tired of your government? Can’t wait another 4 years for an election? Or do you want to be like the CIA and overthrow a government overseas for profit or fun? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions than this talk is for you! Why not create your own cyber mercenary unit and invoke a regime change to get the government you want installed? After all, if you want the job done right, sometimes you have to do it yourself.

Thoroughly entertaining, if not a little scary.

< IFRAME > HTML Special, CSS Day image/svg+xml

Hate it or love it, the iframe is one of the most dynamic elements in the current html spec. All the popular websites will contain a few of them as they are used by the advertisement industry. But that’s not its only purpose. Iframes have a wide variety of use cases and implementations. From form targets to sandboxes to websites-in-a-website to seamless pseudo-element to parallel processing to unblocked preloading to clickjacking. In my talk we’ll dive deeper into what it’s like to be an iframe. We’ll look at what the spec has to say about them and how they are used in the wild. We’ll try to figure out where the tag came from, where it is now, and what makes it so unique.

A 45 minute presentation exploring all attributes of the iframe element. Quality.

An Introduction to Service Workers – JS Monthly London image/svg+xml

Service Workers are the biggest thing to hit the browser since XMLHttpRequest. In this talk, Phil Nash introduces us to what the Service Worker can do for your app and more importantly, your users. You’ll see the surprisingly small amount of code you need to get started with a Service Worker and finally you’ll take a look at Progressive Web Apps and how the Service Worker will take part in a revolution for web applications.

I’m not sure if it’s just me, but it seems like everyone is talking about Service Workers. If you’re like me and you’ve yet to have a play with this new browser feature, you might find this video pretty interesting.