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Some of the sessions you can expect:
Confessions from an Impostor
You know what impostor syndrome is, right!? Most all of us have felt that nagging feeling that we’re faking it and that we’re sure to be found out at any moment. But before you go assuming this talk is the same ol’ song full of platitudes that encourage you to ignore that syndrome, let me clue you in on a little secret: There’s no experts around you.
Container Queries: The next step towards a truly modular CSS
Great things are a foot. Container Queries, which allow you to style elements based on their ancestors dimensions, a feature requested by many since the advent of component-based front-end architectures met the principles of responsive webdesign, is finally in active development.
Maarten van Hoof
Building Figma’s Widget Code Generator
Widgets are custom, interactive objects you place in a file to extend functionality and make
everything a bit more fun. They are written in a declarative style similar to React components, which gets translated to become a node on the canvas. So can you go the other way, from canvas to code? Yes! We’ll discuss how we used the public Figma plugin API to generate widget code from a design file, and make a working widget together using this.