Sessions at Web-5 about Node.js on Thursday 5th April

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  • Scaling Isomorphic Javascript applications

    by Charlie Robbins

    Take a minute and think about how often you've heard the phrase "Model-View-Controller" (or MVC). This approach has been acceptable for other languages such as Java, Ruby, and Python it is simply not good enough for Node.js for one reason: Javascript is now an isomorphic language. On the surface this seemingly innocuous property creates a number of challenges that are not solved by current MVC-based patterns.

    At 3:15pm to 4:00pm, Thursday 5th April

  • Holistic Web app design and development with HTML5

    by Andrew J. Baker

    Covering not only client-side requirements, but oft forgotten server-side issues related to interprocess communication, Web Sockets, SSEs, authentication, scaling, portability, etc. Largely a bunch of tips and tricks for using HTML5 client-side alongside conventional server-side platforms like LAMP and Node.js.

    At 3:30pm to 4:15pm, Thursday 5th April

  • State of the art: Server-Side JavaScript

    by Alexandre Morgaut

    Did you know Server-Side JavaScript existed since 1996? Did you know that there are more than 60 solutions of Server-Side JavaScript? Did you know that JavaScript is everywhere? In Photoshop, Acrobat, Linkedin, eBay, PageMail, FourSquare, Yahoo.. It runs on Cloud platforms like Window Azure, Google App Engine, Heroku, and is used in Development Tools like Cloud9, Orion, or Wakanda Studio...
    This session will present where the Server-Side JavaScript come from, and where it is “Now”. We'll see how it works, the different kinds of opportunity it gives, and we will see why JavaScript is such interesting for Web Apps and more.

    At 4:00pm to 4:45pm, Thursday 5th April

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