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Introduction to AutoMapper
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 27 Jun 09

In this episode we will take a look at how we can simplify our entity mapping by using AutoMapper.

AutoMapper uses a fluent configuration API to define an object-object mapping strategy. AutoMapper uses a convention-based matching algorithm to match up source to destination values. Current...

A lap around the new API extensions - Part 2
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 08 Mar 09

Learn how to use some of the new APIs that come with the WCF REST Starter Kit. You'll see how to take advantage of the new RequestInterceptor extensibi...

Cache Expiration
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 28 Feb 09

When you start caching html content which depends on data in your database, what happens when that data changes? You're going to need to expire that cache, and in this episode, we show you how Rails makes this quite easy

OAuth and APIs: Sharing your data without leaving your zipper down - Tim Rosenblatt
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 19 Feb 09

Everyone's had the problem of wanting to access and allow access to web services/APIs for extensions and plugins, but this usually means handling login...

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 ...

This is How You Use the Google Maps API - screencast
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 12 Feb 09

So your client emails you and asks, "Can you put one of those flashy maps on my contact page so that users can actually see our building from a satelli...

Couch DB
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 04 Feb 09

In this LRUG session, Paul Carey talks about CouchDB - a distributed schema-free document-oriented database built form the ground up to work with the web. Couch DB is accessible via a RESTful HTTP/JSON API.

Paul took a particular interest in CouchDB about 6 months ago, when he began devel...

Abstractions For Website APIs
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Paul Mison is going to do a short talk on libraries and abstractions for website APIs. Specifically how he thinks they should be written (and how he thinks they shouldn't be). The talk will mostly focus on Flickr, so an understanding of Flickr's API and the existing abstractions might be of use.

Facebook API
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Dec 08

John Bresnik discusses the ruby library for the Facebook API, Facebooker, based on his production experience building Facebook applications. Presentati...

How to Design a Good API & Why it Matters
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 26 Oct 07

A well-written API can be a great asset to the organization that wrote it and to all that use it. Given the importance of good API design, surprisingly...