Building a bike-computer on the web with modern technologies
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Building a bike-computer on the web with modern technologies
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Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
30 minutes
Type
online conference
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Building a bike-computer on the web with modern technologies
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In this very livecoding session we will build a trainer app that reads sensor-data via WebBluetooth from different sources like Heart-rate, Speed and Cadence. Lets also make a webAudio metronome so we can keep the right cadence when working out. All of that running natively in any browser near you! We will build the app with WebComponents in TypeScript, and talk about different modules and production optimisations. At the end we will even turn our app into a offline-capable PWA, so we can add it to Microsoft store and Play store... come join the fun!

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Filip Bech-Larsen
Head of TechnologyIMPACT
Filip is a frontend developer from Denmark, focusing on delivering great user-experiences to the end-user. He is a Google Developer Expert (Web technologies) and the Head of Technology and Innovation at IMPACT, delivering large-scale commerce-products to well-known business and consumer brands. Filip is passionate about the web, and cares not only about clean and efficient code, but also about accessibility and performance, in order for the web to be available and accessible for everybody - without sacrificing great design and UX.
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Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
30 minutes
Type
online conference