Videos and slides from the Jan. 25 Search Party at Algolia SF have been posted to Algolia's Youtube channel and are also grouped together into a Search Party playlist.
We had 4 speakers and took 1 photo of the speakers.
"Invention and reinvention can appear dangerously similar." Preact creator Jason Miller speaks to Algolia Search Party attendees about UI frameworks, performance, and the story that lead to the creation of Preact. Preact is a fast 3kB alternative to React with the same ES6 API.
Slides here: http://slides.com/developit/putting-the-p-in-preact#/
Find Jason on Twitter - https://twitter.com/_developit
Learn more about Preact - https://preactjs.com/
"We've been using icon fonts for so long, why do we need to make the switch over?" Algolia Solutions Engineer Emily Hayman shares some lessons learned building and SVG icon system with React.
Slides - http://slides.com/ehayman/deck-7
Algolia Solutions Engineer Alexandre Collin talks about the release of a new API feature that allows the user to type a query to filter the list of values presented for any facet.
Algolia Developer Advocate Josh Dzielak announces a new project that makes it easy to create an instant search experience that runs as a desktop application.
Learn more: https://discourse.algolia.com/t/instantsearch-electron-a-boilerplate-for-desktop-search-applications/490
Github link: https://github.com/algolia/instantsearch-electron
Special Thank You
Thank you Jason, who came all the way from Ontario, Canada to be with us! Your excitement and enthusiasm for web performance is contagious. And we are so, so flattered that you like our t-shirt.