Sessions at Front-Trends 2012 about JavaScript on Friday 27th April

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  • Refactoring JavaScript - Big Bang Theory?

    by Krzysztof Szafranek

    Refactoring is an act of balance between deadlines and the striving for perfection. When is the right time to perform refactoring? What should be its goals? How to get the most from it without making your bosses go crazy? In his talk Krzysztof will share techniques that will make you a faster developer and your code more readable and robust.

    At 9:50am to 10:20am, Friday 27th April

  • 10 Things I Didn’t Know About HTML

    by Mathias Bynens

    Web development never gets boring to me. Not just because nowadays, new “HTML5” technologies are emerging like tubes of spaghetti at a pasta factory — but mostly because *there’s always something new to learn*. Even the oldest, most reliable features of HTML/CSS/JavaScript, “the basics” that we take for granted every day, are full of hidden gems or restrictions. During this talk, we’ll take a look at the more obscure parts of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and demystify some of them.

    At 12:30pm to 1:00pm, Friday 27th April

    In Soho Factory

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  • Alice.JS: A Lightweight Independent CSS Engine

    by Luca Sale

    AliceJS is an open source micro javascript library (http://blackberry.github.com/Alice) that simplifies doing advanced animations with CSS. It’s self contained and works directly against the DOM to support a variety of use cases for web applications. With one line of JavaScript code, you can make almost any DOM elements swerve around the page while retaining a great amount of control with respect to animation parameters. Additionally, the framework introduced the concept of Organics, adding randomization characteristics to create visual effects that are subtly different each time they play out. Used for games as well as regular business apps, AliceJS can help bring freshness and polish to your work in a very simple and straightforward manner.

    At 2:30pm to 3:00pm, Friday 27th April

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