This month we've got a couple of wonderful talks: Max will be telling us about VR hacks with Google Cardboard, and Roger will be explaining how they use React in Zegami (Roger showed a demo of Zegami at our summer Show & Tell - it's fantastic).
In this talk Max will talk about how he planned and executed a month of hacks, what worked (and what didn't!) and what he got out of the challenge.
Roger Noble - Make your UI flexible with a plugin architecture, featuring React
When building Zegami (a data visualisation tool http://www.zegami.com) we wanted to allow anyone to be able to add their own custom functionality and enhancements. This presented a challenge for us to construct an interface - both visually and in code, that developers could approach with a minimal learning curve.
This talk will discuss some of the decisions we made as well as a practical demonstration of how this same approach could be used in any application.
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