This talk will focus on the following:
What is the Houdini Task Force?
What types of things can we expect to see coming from them?
What's available today and where, what's going to be available in the future
Practical examples, with code, that can be played with today
As what is available is currently being worked on, this talk with be as up-to- date of an overview of what's available and coming in the future as can be provided. This stuff is definitely in the future type stuff, but learning about it now will prepare attendees for what they can expect browsers to be capable of doing in the upcoming years.
Sam Richard, better known as Snugug throughout the Internet, is a developer with design tendencies and a love of building open source tools to help with both. Sam geeks out on content strategy, team process, and cultural transformation. When not at work, he is the author of North, a co-founder of SassConf, and an accomplished bacon connoisseur.Twitter github