Building Event Driven User Interfaces

Presented by: Sam Ferree
Time: Friday, Jan. 12, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

In the realm of modern software development, creating dynamic and responsive user interfaces is essential to delivering engaging user experiences. Event-driven architectures have emerged as a powerful paradigm to achieve this goal. In this enlightening talk, we will delve into the world of event-driven user interfaces, exploring how this approach revolutionizes the way we build interactive software.

By leveraging event-driven paradigms, developers can create highly modular and loosely coupled systems that are more resilient to change. We will explore event-driven design patterns, such as event sourcing, pub-sub, and reactive programming, that enable seamless communication and collaboration between different components of an application.

Examples will be in C# using a Blazor Web Application, but the concepts are fundamental and transferrable to many front-end frameworks and languages.

Room: Salon ATags: Front End, Object Oriented Programming, System DesignLevel: Intermediate