Here’s how you can access the WPC16 Dashboard

WPC16 Dashboard

The WPC16 Dashboard is a collection of tools and resources to help you make the most out of the Web Platform Conference (WPC16). It powers the team at jQuery, Adobe, Google, and Mozilla. 

A few key features include:

Presenters can add their slides to the WPC16 Dashboard by selecting the “Add here” button on the main dashboard page.

The dashboard also includes TalkPad for quick links to resources needed during sessions. Use these links as you need, but take care that they do not block the web pages themselves. Each link is linked to a webpage code snippet that will run in a popup window when each presenter needs a shortcut to an article or resource. The dashboard also comes with an attendee login and password that include a backup email address in case one is forgotten.

Each of the tools and resources on the dashboard is added by a partner, but they are all open source. You can see each item’s source code on GitHub, or you can fork your own copy.

How to access the Web Platform Conference (WPC16) Dashboard?

A few weeks after the event, the dashboard will available on the WPC website, and may also release on the WPC16 Google Group. We’ll keep you in the loop as we finalize the details.

For more information, visit the Web Platform Conference (WPC16) website. Or join our web forum to ask questions and share ideas with other attendees.

Web Platform Conference (WPC) support by Adobe Government, Google, Mozilla, VMware, and WizzAir.

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The organization responsible for gathering WPC16 resources is WPC.

You invite to submit your slides, tutorials, and speakers to this page. We’ll make sure they are present at the start of each day of Web Platform Conference (WPC) 2013, on the home page of our website.

All submissions must publish, on active websites with links to the source code. The deadline for submissions is March 31st, 2013.

Please submit your resources at, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

Please note that the WPC code of conduct applies to our team, invitees, and conference attendees. We ask that participants adhere in all respects to this code when interacting with other conference participants online or at conferences.

To learn more about the WPC16 sponsors and learn how to submit your slides, go to

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WPC16 is the second iteration of Web Platform Conferences (WPC). The original WPC was held in October 2011 in San Francisco, CA. Since then, WPC has been bi-annually in India and the United States.

The goal of WPC is to give developers a place to share their knowledge, learn something new, and network with other developers that are passionate about open web technologies. Each event includes technical presentations by speakers who are experts in the field. One-on-one mentoring sessions, and code labs where participants can get their hands dirty with new concepts.  And plenty of opportunities to ask questions from experts on specific topics.

The first WPC event by Google and Microsoft was back in 2011. At that time, it was the specific target for web developers using technologies such as HTML5, JavaScript, and jQuery. Since then, many more companies have joined the effort and WPC has expanded to include a broader range of technologies including HTML5 and CSS3, JavaScript frameworks like AngularJS, Node.

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