Sessions at Google I/O 2011 about JavaScript

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Wednesday 11th May 2011

  • Learning to Love JavaScript

    by Alex Russell

    JavaScript remains one of the most popular and important programming languages in history. Web Developer and Chrome Engineer Alex Russell exposes the timeless strengths of the JavaScript language and why it is a vital part of the open web platform. Come hear what's next for the JavaScript standard and how to get the most out of the new features coming soon in V8 and Chrome.

    At 12:30pm to 1:30pm, Wednesday 11th May

    In Room 8, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • Beyond JavaScript: Programming the Web with Native Client

    by David Springer

    Learn how to supercharge your web apps with native C/C++ code that runs directly in the browser, without the hassle of a plug-in. Join us as we build a simple game that has a simulation engine built in C/C++ and a front-end built in Javascript. You'll learn how to serve the native code and how to connect the C/C++ code to Javascript.

    At 4:15pm to 5:15pm, Wednesday 11th May

    In Room 3, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • JavaScript Programming in the Large with Closure Tools

    by Michael Bolin

    Most developers who have tinkered with JavaScript could not imagine writing 1,000 lines of code in such a language, let alone 100,000. Yet that is exactly what Google engineers have done using a suite of JavaScript tools named “Closure” to produce many of the most popular and sophisticated applications on the Web, such as Gmail and Google Maps.

    At 4:15pm to 5:15pm, Wednesday 11th May

    In Room 1, Moscone West

    Coverage video

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