View Source London

27 October, 2017

Mozilla invites front-end developers and designers to participate in this one-day, intimate, single-track conference. At View Source, Mozilla brings together visionary speakers to look at the web from both technical and design perspectives, across platforms and devices.

Join us at this great opportunity to network with like-minded people in a collaborative, inclusive environment.

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Speakers

View Source features a world-class group of speakers whose talks will expose best practices and practical, innovative development techniques.

Schedule

Our speakers are awesome, but there’s more to View Source — we are committed to providing a comfortable place for sharing, learning, and meeting new people. Discuss and collaborate in our social spaces, chill in comfy hangout spots, see some great demos, or even give a lightning talk! Our evening activity will provide a fun, friendly, learning-focused environment to continue conversations and start new ones.

27 October, 2017

8:00

Registration Opens

9:00

Jeremy Keith Building Blocks of the Indie Web

In these times of centralised services like Facebook, Twitter, and Medium, having your own website is downright disruptive. If you care about the longevity of your online presence, independent publishing is the way to go. But how can you get all the benefits of those third-party services while still owning your own data? By using the building blocks of the Indie Web, that's how!

@ Main Stage
10:15

Rey Bango Are We Doing Enough to Protect Our Users?

It seems like every day there’s a new hack or data leak reported on the news. And when you look at the OWASP top 10, many of the same issues make the list year on year. What are the things that we as developers should be doing to ensure our users are safe when they use our apps and services?

@ Main Stage
10:45

Break

11:15

Lea Verou HTML Re-imagined for the era of web apps

@ Main Stage
11:45

Rachel Andrew Solving Layout Problems with CSS Grid and Friends

CSS Grid Layout launched into the majority of our browsers in 2017. As designers and developers have started to use Grid I’ve been answering a lot of questions about the specification. In this talk I’ll answer some of the common questions about Grid Layout in production - from dealing with old browsers to what might come next in CSS for layout. There will be plenty of practical tips for you to use in your projects today.

@ Main Stage
12:15

Inayaili de León Persson Keeping your design system alive

Creating a design system is not an easy feat, but making sure it's implemented, maintained, and doesn't suffer a slow, painful and quiet ending can be an even less attainable achievement. How do you make sure your design system is kept alive and healthy? How can you encourage usage and participation? Let's look at some simple and interesting ways that you can put into practice today to make your design system flourish.

@ Main Stage
12:45

Lunch and Lightning Talks

2:00

Ada-Rose Edwards Lets make some Virtual Reality

In this talk Ada will show the fundamentals of making a WebVR scene with A-Frame. Showing how to put together an engaging scene which can be shared on the Web instantly, and viewed in any VR headset for Desktop or Mobile.

@ Main Stage
2:30

Dominik Kundel Coffee.js - How I hacked my coffee machine using JavaScript

Home automation should make our lives easier, but Echo can't make me coffee. We'll look at why you would chose JavaScript to hack the machine, what you need to do to take control of a coffee machine (without too many shocks), and what other things we can do with JavaScript and hardware. As we wrap up with a look at what's next, you'll be dreaming of the gadgets in your house that you can't wait to rip open and give an API.

@ Main Stage
3:30

Break

5:00

To Be Announced

6:00

Evening Event: Science Fair

Exciting demos, prototypes, networking and drinks at the Mozilla Festival Science Fair.

@ Ravensbourne College (near the O2 in Greenwich)

28-29 October, 2017

Your ticket to View Source also includes admission to the Mozilla Festival, October 28-29.

Venue

The RSA
8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.

Travel and Accommodation

The RSA's main building is located just behind the Strand in central London, within easy walking distance of underground and railway stations.

Getting there

Mainline Trains

Charing Cross is 5 minutes away on foot. Waterloo is 15-20 minutes away.

Tube

5 minute walk

Charing Cross (Northern Line, Bakerloo Line)
Embankment (District and Circle Lines, Northern Line, Bakerloo Line)

10-15 minute walk

Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line)
Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern Lines)

Bus

The RSA is served by bus lines 6, 9, 11, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, and 176.

Car

We strongly advise against coming to the venue by car, as parking is very difficult. We encourage you to take advantage of the comprehensive public transport system.

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An audience watching the stage at View Source 2015.

Previous Events

View Source Berlin hosted over 300 developers, designers and creators of the web in 2016.

See videos from View Source 2016

Our first View Source Conference was held in Portland, Oregon, November 1-3, 2015.

See videos from View Source 2015

About Mozilla

Founded in 1998, Mozilla is best known for the Firefox browser, used by hundreds of millions of Internet citizens globally, across various devices and platforms.

As a non-profit, Mozilla works to empower all Internet consumers to also be producers, equipping them with tools, platforms, documentation, community and other resources. We also care deeply about open standards and platforms that are accessible to everyone, no matter where they are or what browser they choose.

Read our Manifesto to learn more about the principles that guide our mission.