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A session at Hacks/Hackers Media Party

Friday 31st August, 2012

2:00pm to 7:00pm (CMT)

Taller 18. Aplicaciones sociales: JavaScript a través de Facebook
Este workshop ofrecido por Al Shaw de ProPublica guiará a los recién comenzados a través de métodos básicos de JavaScript, iniciarse en el módulo web Document Objet Model y Ajax via JQuery, y termina con una introducción a Facebook JS SDK. Al final del workshop, los participantes podrán construir aplicaciones sociales sin necesidad de tener un backend (Conocimientos previos de HTML y CSS requeridos). Shaw compartirá además su experiencia como desarrollador de aplicaciones de noticias de ProPublica, donde construyó aplicaciones interactivas que ganaron varios premios en campañas de financiación, educación, facilidades medicinales y otros tópicos.
Hosted by Al Shaw, news applications developer en ProPublica.
http://www.propublica.org

Workshop 18. Social apps: JavaScript Through Facebook
This 3-4 hour workshop offered by ProPublica’s Al Shaw will guide beginners through the basics of JavaScript, introduce the web module Document Object Model and AJAX via jQuery, and conclude with an introduction of Facebook JS SDK. At the end of the workshop, students will build simple social applications right in a browser without needing a backend. (Previous HTML and CSS knowledge strongly recommended.) Al Shaw will share his expertise as news applications developer at ProPublica, where he has built award-winning interactive features on campaign finance, education, medical facilities and other topics.
Hosted by Al Shaw, news app developer from ProPublica

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Time 2:00pm7:00pm CMT

Date Fri 31st August 2012

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Antesala, Ciudad Cultural Konex

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