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MooTools: An Overview with Aaron Newton
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 18 Feb 09

In this session, we cover MooTools from top to bottom. We explore the basic utility methods provided by the framework, delve into the provided functionality from the straight forward (Ajax, Drag'n'Drop, etc) to the more complex (rich effects, sortables, psuedo-selectors, etc), and then move into how ...

The Road to Cappuccino with Francisco Tolmasky
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 18 Feb 09

This session explores the story behind the development of the Objective-J language and Cappuccino frameworks. This will not only serve as an introduction to building Cappuccino applications, but also shed some light on why this particular course was chosen when developing these technologies. Francis...

JavaScript Library Overview with John Resig
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 18 Feb 09

JavaScript Libraries are the de-facto way of developing client-side JavaScript code. Learning which frameworks best suit your needs will drastically affect your development.

This tutorial is a whirlwind tour of all the modern, open source, JavaScript frameworks. Libraries examined include ...

Dojo Fundamentals with Alex Russell
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 18 Feb 09

Many advanced Web applications which rely heavily on Ajax have difficulty in the development phase with squaring the mantra of progressive enhancement with the reality that CSS just isn't powerful enough. Dojo provides a middle ground which provides the strongest progressive enhancement tools availab...

New Features in DWR Version 3 with Joe Walker
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

with Joe Walker, Creator, Direct Web Remoting (DWR); Director, Support & Development, SitePen

This session looks at the new features of DWR version 3, including server proxy APIs and integration with Dojo, script.aculo.us, Pub/Sub message passing and integration with JMS and the OpenAjax ...

jQuery on Rails (The Real Ones) with Jonathan Sharp
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

This session looks at how a large Class 1 transportation company leveraged jQuery to develop a client-side framework for building 80+ internal and customer-facing applications, using a variety of backend frameworks, such as Wicket, Struts, JSF, ColdFusion and raw servlets. This project streamlined th...

Rich Interactivity, Simplified, with jQuery UI with Richard Worth
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

jQuery UI, built on top of jQuery, is a complete set of behaviors and components that can be used in building Rich Internet Applications. Behaviors and components included in jQuery UI include drag-and-drop, resizing, mouse-sorting, mouse-selecting (click-select, shift-select, ctrl-select, lasso sele...

An In-Depth Look at jQuery UI with Paul Baukus
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

Paul Baukus presenting jQuery UI. His demo of the snap function uses Winamp images to create the visual

Advanced jQuery with John Resig
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

This session picks up where the Intro to jQuery session leaves off. Join us and look at some complex situations that are made easy with the jQuery framework.

In this session, we use jQuery and a number of jQuery plugins to create an advanced wizard. We implement complex form, navigation...

Intro to jQuery with John Resig
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 17 Feb 09

jQuery is increasingly becoming one of the most popular JavaScript libraries to use. jQuery is a concise open source JavaScript Library used for DOM traversal, event handling, Ajax requests, and animations.

In this introduction, we look at what makes jQuery unique and why it helps you t...