The Frontend for 2016 (and not 2013)

2013 saw the term MEAN (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js, Node.js) enter the tech lexicon. This JavaScript-driven stack was sometimes sought as a means to abandon the more traditional LAMP stack. Even if LAMP and similar backends were retained, there was a general move toward decoupling the frontend from the backend. Things have changed quickly in 3 years. We'll discuss new technologies, as well as old, as well as common pitfalls encountered in frontend development, both past and present, and discuss solutions to overcome them.

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