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DevComo May Meetup - Frontend Web Development

Our next meetup is Wednesday, May 28th at 6pm.  We will have a frontend web development extravaganza, talking about developer tooling and building web apps.

Firefox DevTools
Brian Grinstead, Mozilla

The developer tools built into Firefox let you examine, edit, and debug the content on your web page.  Using DevTools makes working with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript easier.

We will cover the basics of the tools, then we will dive into some live examples to show how you can use them in your front end workflow.  And we will have a sneak peak of some of the latest features you can see in nightly builds.

About the Speaker:
Brian (@bgrins) is a computer programmer who works on Firefox and other open source projects.

Ember.js: building ambitious web applications
Jerel Unruh

Ember is an opinionated framework for building modern client side web applications. It is being used in some of the most ambitious applications on the web including Discourse, Zendesk, Square, Netflix, Basho, Yahoo, Groupon, and TravisCI.

This talk explains where you may want to use Ember and in which areas it excels.  It will also cover how you can start, what some common mistakes are when learning Ember, and some great upcoming features.

About the Speaker:
Jerel (@jerelunruh) is a contractor who creates applications for the modern web using Python, PHP, JavaScript, and Linux. He is the happiest when writing software for himself that will make no money.


Our sponsor this month is Mozilla.  Mozilla is a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great information. Thank you.

    1 · May 30, 2014

  • Greg A.

    Thank you, and nice job Brian and Jerel!

    1 · May 28, 2014

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