HTML, CSS and the client-side app

A session at Web Directions Code 2013

Friday 3rd May, 2013

9:00am to 10:05am (EST)

Everyone knows client-side applications are built with JavaScript. Right? JavaScript ties the application together, but a considerable amount of most applications deals with markup and presentation. As much as they affect JavaScript, state, event handling, and default browser behavior also impact HTML and CSS in the choices we make, optimizations we can take advantage of, and the architecture of our applications as a whole. And the HTML and CSS that make up the structure of our applications need to be managed just as much as our JavaScript does. We’ll talk about how HTML and CSS fit into the the big picture and how to take greater advantage of them in a context where we frequently consider them last.

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Garann Means

Computer operator, distance walker, cloud aficionado. Definitely a glass is at 50% capacity type person. bio from Twitter

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Time 9:00am10:05am EST

Date Fri 3rd May 2013

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