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Sessions at YUIConf 2010 about JavaScript and YUI3 and YUI

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Monday 8th November 2010

  • Node.js + YUI 3

    by Dav Glass

    YUI 3 and Node.js, working together, help us fully realize the promise of progressive enhancement (and a lot of other cool stuff). Dav will be showing how it's done and what's possible using these powerful tools together.

    At 10:15am to 11:15am, Monday 8th November

  • Porting Flickr to YUI 3 — Lessons in Performance

    by Ross Harmes

    A look at how Flickr converted from YUI 2 to YUI 3, and in the process, reduced load times by 80%. We'll examine the unforeseen consequences that can arise from following performance guidelines and porting your site to YUI 3, and how to overcome them. We'll also discuss what performance metrics matter on a page where everything is deferred.

    At 11:45am to 12:45pm, Monday 8th November

    Coverage slide deck

  • YUI 3 & NodeJS for JavaScript View Rendering on Client or Server

    by Matthew Taylor

    The premise of this idea is to enable data to be translated into HTML either on the browser or the server. The only way to do this on the browser is with JavaScript, so we must have JavaScript on the server as well. Good thing we have NodeJS. Most web application frameworks have some type of templating engine that accepts two things: (1) data, (2) template, and returns HTML to be assembled into an HTTPResponse. But what if we could take the browser-side JavaScript function that handles the XHR response data and run it on the server? With the nodejs-yui3 module, we can!

    Recommended prerequisite: Node.js + YUI 3 / Dav Glass.

    At 4:30pm to 5:30pm, Monday 8th November

Tuesday 9th November 2010

  • Introducing YUI 3 AutoComplete

    by Ryan Grove

    An all-new AutoComplete widget is landing in YUI 3.3.0. In this talk, AutoComplete author Ryan Grove will take you on a whirlwind tour of some of the many autocomplete patterns it makes possible, as well as a deep dive into its powerful new YQL integration, filtering, and highlighting capabilities.

    At 11:45am to 12:45pm, Tuesday 9th November

  • YUI Test

    by Nicholas C. Zakas

    JavaScript testing has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years. When YUI Test was first introduced in 2007, it was just the first step in a long process of bringing test-driven development to the front end. YUI Test evolved with the release of YUI 3 to introduce mock objects as feedback indicated a need. As feedback continued to come in, YUI Test continued to evolve. Learn about the next version of YUI Test, how it makes testing any JavaScript code easier, and the brand new tools that allow you to integrate your testing into a continuous integration environment.

    At 3:00pm to 4:00pm, Tuesday 9th November

Wednesday 10th November 2010