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Your Lego manual for the new JavaScript era

A source of inspiration, education and networking opportunities, Generate London 2013, net magazine’s conference for web designers, was an amazing success, and now Generate is back.

Following our Generate New York (opens in new tab) event on 20 June, Generate London 2014 (opens in new tab), takes place on 26 September, packed with more top content from world-class speakers. And tickets go on sale this Friday, 4 April.

The first 50 'Early Bird' tickets will be on sale at 9am, each with a massive £100 saving on the full price. To get an email alert reminding you the moment tickets are on sale, sign up here (opens in new tab) today - because once they're gone, they're gone.

Watch this great talk!

To whet your appetite, here’s JavaScript guru Jack Franklin’s talk from Generate London 2013. "JavaScript development - the ecosystem and the world of JavaScript - is growing rapidly," he tells the audience. "It’s changing. It’s overwhelming and it’s also very exciting. But don’t worry. I’m going be your Lego manual."

In the talk, Franklin explores some approaches, libraries and frameworks for solving common issues. He asks: when is it a good idea to shift from server to client, and when should we stick to the traditional approach - all the heavy processing and work being done on the server?

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