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Roku

Roku is a streaming device that gets data (video stream) via a wired or Wi-Fi connection to an Internet router. The data is output via an audio cable, video cable, or HDMI cable. The device can be connected to any television set (or other device) with appropriate input connections. Jeff ...

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Roku

Roku is a streaming device that gets data (video stream) via a wired or Wi-Fi connection to an Internet router. The data is output via an audio cable, video cable, or HDMI cable. The device can be connected to any television set (or other device) with appropriate input connections. Jeff's presentation shows the versatility of Roku and why it may be a good choice for your entertainment dollars.

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Roku


Episode V - The Form Strikes Back

Managing changes to a web application server and client is challenging. In particular, maintaining forms effectively requires specific consideration. How can a development team avoid breaking the user-experience as form fields change? This presentation follows "Episode IV: A new REST" and introduces the idea of generating consumer side forms by ...

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Episode V - The Form Strikes Back

Managing changes to a web application server and client is challenging. In particular, maintaining forms effectively requires specific consideration. How can a development team avoid breaking the user-experience as form fields change? This presentation follows "Episode IV: A new REST" and introduces the idea of generating consumer side forms by taking advantage of hypermedia responses.

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Episode V - The Form Strikes Back


CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot

A comparative presentation examining the differences between well known frameworks - Bootstrap and Thoughtbot's Bourbon and Neat offerings.

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CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot

A comparative presentation examining the differences between well known frameworks - Bootstrap and Thoughtbot's Bourbon and Neat offerings.

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CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot

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