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Tuesday, June 7 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
[Virtual] Publishing in JavaScript Ecosystem: How to Keep Everyone Happy? - Trivikram Kamat, Amazon

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JavaScript language has evolved over the last decade. It is used across various runtimes - like browser, Node.js, Deno, ReactNative, and it is also used in various module formats - like CommonJS, ECMAScript. When the artifacts are published in the JavaScript ecosystem - several other factors matter ranging from bundle size, publish size or install size to inclusion or exclusion of types, source and source-maps.

As a maintainer of a JavaScript library, you have to prioritize what to support and how to support it. In this talk, I’ll explain how you can gather this data, how you can publish multiple artifacts using a single source written in TypeScript and try to keep most of your users happy.

*Please note this is a virtual session, available to watch on demand in the virtual event platform. 

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Trivikram Kamat

Software Development Engineer, Amazon
Trivikram is one of the maintainers of AWS SDK for JavaScript. He is also a Node.js Core collaborator and have contributed to HTTP, HTTP/2 and HTTP/3 over QUIC implementations in the past. He has been writing JavaScript for over a decade, and have spoken about Node.js and React at... Read More →

Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:00pm - 2:30pm CDT
Virtual - On Demand
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