Talk | 
International JavaScript Conference London 2024
 | 09.04.2024

Modern Tooling

This presentation by Max Marschall, a consultant and developer at Thinktecture AG, explores the realm of modern tooling in full-stack development. It delves into the significance of tooling, highlighting various browser tools such as XHR Breakpoints, Lighthouse, and the Performance Profiler, among others and most importantly generative AI. The talk also covers essential tools like ProxyMan, Bruno, and the Eslint inspector, providing insights into their functionalities and benefits. Additionally, it touches upon coding tools like Zod for validation and Mock Server and MSW for backend simulation. The presentation further explores the impact of Generative AI, particularly Large Language Models like ChatGPT, on development practices. It concludes with a discussion on new opportunities in tooling, agents, summarization, and context-based generation, showcasing how these advancements can enhance development workflows and productivity.

Max Marschall ist Consultant bei Thinktecture mit dem Schwerpunkt auf Angular und 2D/3D Visualisierung.


International JavaScript Conference London 2024
- 11.04.24 
@ London

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