Michael Whitfield will be there to speak about AmbassadorJS.
About the talk
The browser is the single-most ubiquitous piece of software today in more distribution than any operating system or even Facebook. With HTML5, the browser has burgeoned into a full-fledged application environment, and we're still using old tools and ways of thinking to develop with it.
In this talk, I'll go over current development, briefly cover the background, and then we'll dive right into syntax. I'll provide comparisons in brief of what other libraries like Backbone and Angular do, and I'll provide strengths and weaknesses of each. Finally, I'll loop around and provide some lessons and nuggets of wisdom I've obtained while developing this product.
Ambassador is a system Michael created to develop websites how he thinks makes sense and is the start of a product line that takes your web applications offline and out of the cloud. For now, he's really delighted that the system works and is comparable to other market solutions currently out there. Michael thinks that through fairness, relative transparency, and values he can build a product that makes people more effective and more profitable.
See you next week!