Come hear Peter talk about some real world use cases of Ember and find out how you can start using it today.
The developers of RaptorJS are excited to be open sourcing RaptorJS and believe that it will be a huge benefit to the web development community.
Meteor is a new application platform for this new era. It is a set of Smart Packages that address each of the main challenges that developers face in this new world, such as updating a web page automatically when data changes, or performing a "hot code push" to update a running application without users noticing the change.
Matt, the creator of Meteor, will show you what this platform can do. Get ready to see the future of web application development.
Foundation is an easy to use, powerful, and flexible framework for building prototypes and production code on any kind of device. Jonathan will talk about the problems that he, along with Zurb, have solved with Foundation and how they are keeping their front end clean and maintainable.
by Myles Byrne
At its core, the classic web has a simple programing model. Your program draws the screen, then a user stares at it for a while, then maybe fills out a form or clicks a link, then they stare at the loading animation of their mouse cursor while you draw the whole screen again. It's never been the best experience but it does have one huge advantage: it's pretty darn easy to program and reason about.
Vee works at LinkedIn where they have been making heavy use of HTML5 for their native and web mobile apps. Come hear how they are continuing to push the envelope while making their desktop web apps fast and maintainable by using client side rendering with the powerful dust.js templating engine.
Compass is an open-source CSS Authoring Framework that among other things makes cross-browser CSS3 simple, provides reusable mixins for common CSS paradigms, and makes spriting a breeze.
Chris is the creator of Compass and a core team member of Sass and currently works as a Software Architect at Caring.com. Come find out how to get the most out of SASS and Compass and hear Chris's take on CSS best practices for structure, organization, and naming to keep even your largest applications light and maintainable.
29th June 2012