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Astro is an open-source JavaScript library for building cross-platform mobile applications. It is a lightweight library that makes it easy to create web-based mobile apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Astro provides a set of APIs that allows developers to build apps with native look and feel. It also supports features like push notifications, geolocation, and more. It is designed to be modular and extensible, so developers can easily customize their apps with plugins and extensions.
You Don’t Know How to SSR
DevOps.js Conf 2024DevOps.js Conf 2024
23 min
You Don’t Know How to SSR
A walk-through of the evolution of SSR in the last twelve years. We will cover how techniques changed, typical problems, tools you can use and various solutions, all from the point of view of my personal experience as a consumer and maintainer.
All Things Astro
React Day Berlin 2023React Day Berlin 2023
28 min
All Things Astro
Astro 3 was released a while ago and brought some amazing new features with it. In this talk, we’ll take a look at some of the newly released features in Astro 3, do some live coding and have some fun. We can take a look at what’s coming next in Astro 4 and there also might be a 'one more thing
Opt in Design – The New Era of React Frameworks
React Advanced Conference 2023React Advanced Conference 2023
23 min
Opt in Design – The New Era of React Frameworks
Picking up a new technology, developers stick with defaults. It's a fact that every tool from JQuery to NextJS has needed to face. At their worst, defaults ship hundreds of wasted JS kilobytes for routing, state, and other baggage developers may never use. But at their best, defaults give us a simple baseline to start from, with a clear path to add the exact set of features our project demands. This is the magic of opt-in design.
Let's see how smart defaults guide modern frontend tools from Astro to React Server Components, and why this new era reshapes your workflow, and performance metrics, for the better.
What's New in Astro
JSNation 2024JSNation 2024
29 min
What's New in Astro
What's next for Astro? Hear from Fred K. Schott (Astro co-creator, core maintainer) about the future direction for Astro's content-driven web framework. Featuring new announcements and demos that build on three of Astro's foundational core primitives: Islands, Content Collections, and View Transitions.
Astro & Fresh - Understanding the Islands Architecture
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
21 min
Astro & Fresh - Understanding the Islands Architecture
An introduction to the emerging islands architecture which can significantly improve the performance of your apps.
The Next Wave of Web Frameworks is BYOJS
JSNation 2022JSNation 2022
23 min
The Next Wave of Web Frameworks is BYOJS
Web application development has had many shifts over the lifetime of the web. From server-side applications with a sprinkle of JavaScript to Single Page Applications built entirely with JavaScript. Now we’re heading back to where many new web frameworks build for static first, with JavaScript added as needed. This talk covers building web applications with JavaScript through the lens of Astro, a static site generator where the choice of JavaScript framework is uniquely yours.