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RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader that is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments such as Node. RequireJS is aimed at improving the speed and quality of your code.

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RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader that is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments such as Node. RequireJS is aimed at improving the speed and quality of your code.

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RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser


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


Episode IV - A New REST

Applications are known to be RESTful now when they use JSON to communicate with a provider, but are not easy to evolve when the provider needs to change. It is considered enough to know how to use GET/POST/PUT/DELETE, but this is not where RESTful stops. Extending the ...

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Episode IV - A New REST

Applications are known to be RESTful now when they use JSON to communicate with a provider, but are not easy to evolve when the provider needs to change. It is considered enough to know how to use GET/POST/PUT/DELETE, but this is not where RESTful stops. Extending the REST API response with very little information provides a more future-proof consumer of a RESTful API. This introduces the use of RESTful APIs and the ...

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Episode IV - A New REST

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