Manuel Martinez-Almeida
Manuel Martinez-AlmeidaSenior Software Engineer @

Manuel has been building frameworks and SDKs for 15 years. Building game engines in C++, native SDKs for iOS, he is also the creator of Gin Web Framework in Go, member of the core team at Ionic Framework, co-creator of StencilJS, and lately working at building Qwik, the next gen of resumable frameworks.

Qwik, the O(1) web framework

Sites are getting more interactive and the amount of JS is directly correlated. I will introduce a new paradigm that breaks this correlation, Resumability, and how this and other techniques makes Qwik a fundamentally new type of web framework.

Next generation of frameworks will talk about concepts such as resumable, progressive, partial, edge-optimized… what does all that mean and why does it matter?

At Builder, we are building Partytown and Qwik, a new stack that delivers zero blocking JS with instant user interactivity and built in reactivity.

Qwik sites do NOT hydrate, lazy loading is fully automatic, and data flows fully reactive without downloading any JS.

This paradigm shift aims to build extremely complex applications that scale without performance degradation and negative trade offs of developer experience.