Meeting: Aug 16 - Free Yourself from the Browser with Electron

This Month

Tuesday: Aug 16, 2016

11:30 am

401 NW 10th,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

About “Free Yourself from the Browser with Electron”

Let Electron take you where no JavaScript has been before…

We use JavaScript on the client-side and server-side. Now, with Electron, we can take JavaScript offline. Electron uses Chromium and Node, and is accessible across multiple operating systems. Electron has been used to build apps like Slack, Atom, and Visual Studio Code.

This talk will teach all you need to know to start writing your first offline apps with JavaScript and Electron.

About our Speaker

Carmen Long

Carmen Long is a software developer in Oklahoma City. By day, she’s a mild-mannered JavaScript developer, but by night she dons a cape and fights technical injustice while tweeting about it.

In her spare time, Carmen trains in the ways of The Force, and protects Hyrule from the evil Ganondorf.

Our Sponsors

Meeting space is provided thanks to Prototek. These awesome folks are passionate about creating a vibrant maker space in Oklahoma City. We thank them for providing meeting space for user groups and events. Prototek is collaborating with Techlahoma to create a positive impact on our tech community, which is an epic win for everyone!

Tasty lunch will be served thanks to Techlahoma.

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Prototek Prototek is a maker, fabrication, civic hacker and creator space located in Mid-Town Oklahoma City.

401 NW 10th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103

Get directions via Google maps.