Agile Development of the User Experience with Web Components
An exciting standard for creating Web applications has emerged from the major browser vendors: Web Components! In the same way that most Agile methodologies would suffer without the support of object-oriented languages, Web development has suffered from the violent impact of CSS, HTML, and ECMAscript colliding at faster and faster speeds during the manifestations of the Web, Web 2.0, Responsive Web, and Virtual Web. Addressing this need to ensure future success in HTML-based Web applications comes the encapsulation and reusability of Web Components. Web Components allows you to schedule user experience work into your development backlog in the same way that implementing a new algorithm or aggregation of data easily gets turned into a user story or feature. Attending this session will acquaint you with the new technology and provide suggestions on how you can incorporate it into your software development lifecycle. It will also expose you to the current state of the art, the apparent directions of component evolution, and provide a short demonstration of how to create a Web Component from scratch.
FDD PowerPoint: http://curtis.schlak.com/assets/fdd.pptx
Agile Web UX presentation: View: http://curtis.schlak.com/agile-ui-web-components Source: https://github.com/realistschuckle/agile-ui-web-components