Earlier in the year, Alley Interactive rebuilt and launched The New Republic, resulting in over 100 million pageviews on launch day.

As part of the site rebuild, the team created and implemented a number of user-experience improvements  notably spoken-word versions of articles and a Read Later feature, which allows a reader to return to a position on the page across devices.

How did @alleydev build the Read Later feature for @tnr? Catch Drew Machat’s talk (http://t.co/pQPBDqsZcO) @ 2pm ET, Ballroom D #DcAT

— Alley Interactive (@alleydev) October 19, 2013

Alley Interactive developer Drew Machat has been selected to give audiences an inside look at some of the features built at DrupalCamp Atlanta with his talk: “Bridging the Gap Between Drupal Content and JavaScript Features for The New Republic.”

Presenting in the Development & Performance track, Drew will dive into:

1. How the Read Later feature was built

2. How Drupal makes it easy to translate CMS data to JavaScript actions

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