Ever scanned through the Web Audio API docs and not even known where to begin? Feel as though you want to try this cool tech but not sure you can use it in your everyday development? Or do you just want to have some fun programming something more creative for a change?
When we've got all the practical techniques under our belts we'll add some hardware (provided) into the mix!
In this workshop, Tiffany Tse, a Front End Developer Advocate at Shopify, will share practical workflow tips, tricks and techniques that will help you modify, develop, and build Shopify themes. We'll help you get started with Shopify theming by showing you how your existing knowledge and skill sets are transferable.
Shopify's ecommerce solution already powers over 500,000 stores across the globe. Knowing how to customize themes on Shopify gives web designers and developers a desirable set of skills that they can use to grow their business.
This workshop will take you through a deep dive into Shopify theming. We'll cover the workflow of a typical project, how to create development stores, and the components of a Shopify theme. You'll learn how to edit a theme both through the online editor, and how to set up locally so you can use your own tooling. The workshop will cover how to make alternative templates for your store's products and pages, create theme settings for clients, and how to build sections.
Workshops run the Thursday October (5th) in the afternoon from 1pm-5pm at the Watershed, Bristol.
Registration starts from 12pm.
You do not need to attend the conference to attend a workshop.
For those arriving a little early, you'll be able to get your nerd on and flex all of your trivia muscles with our official nerd pub quiz. Teams are limited to 6 people and spaces are tight, so make sure you pre-register.
Finally, we'll wrap up the conference in style with the official WDC after party. Nothing rawkus, just some nice drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and good chat with attendees, speakers and organisers.