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I recently had the opportunity to give an internal presentation to an engineering group about the history and current state of web development. It traces the history of web development through three major eras (Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and the Modern Era), summarizes the major tools, technologies, and trends in modern web development, and discusses some of the reasons why these tools are needed for building complex applications. It also briefly mentions some of the decisions and tools I've made for the current app I'm working on, and gives resources for further information and reading.
I've adapted the presentation for publication online, using the nifty Spectacle web presentation tool.
The slides are available here:
The (R)Evolution of Web Development
This is a post in the Presentations series. Other posts in this series:
- Oct 07, 2016 - Presentation: Modern Web Dev Overview
- Feb 17, 2017 - Presentation: Intro to React and Redux
- Feb 24, 2017 - Presentation Sources Published
- Sep 24, 2017 - React Boston 2017 Presentation: You Might Need Redux (And Its Ecosystem)
- Mar 07, 2018 - Presentation: Intro to React and Redux (March 2018)
- Mar 20, 2018 - Reactathon Presentation: Redux Fundamentals
- Jun 30, 2018 - Redux Fundamentals Workshop Slides
- Oct 01, 2018 - React Boston 2018 Presentation: The State of Redux
- Mar 31, 2019 - Reactathon 2019 Keynote: The State of Redux
- Jun 11, 2019 - ReactNext 2019: A Deep Dive into React-Redux
- Sep 24, 2019 - React Boston 2019: Hooks, HOCs, and Tradeoffs
- Oct 19, 2019 - Git Under the Hood: Internals, Techniques, and Rewriting History