Thursday 24th July, 2014
11:00am to 11:40am
This session will cover Tritium, a new open source language from the creator of the popular Sass and HAML languages for transforming structured data like HTML, XML, and JSON. Tritium updates the ideas behind XSLT with a modern JQuery and Ruby influenced syntax accessible to web developers and designers. For those new to transforms, we’ll show how transforms separate presentation from content to enable multi-device web development that works across radically different form factors, from tiny panels on wearables to large screens SmartTVs and everything in between. We’ll then cover the motivations, syntax, and applications of the Tritium language. Finally we’ll touch upon the extending the language on your own, its implementation in Go, and how you can add it to your web application by using the open source Tritium library.
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