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ColumbusPHP: Bob Fornal Presents The Rubik Project

  • May 21, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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*the email that went out on April 30th incorrectly noted that this meetup would be on the 14th - it will be on the 21st instead*

Bob Fornal, one of our long time PHP meetup members, is going to give us a presentation on a project he's been working on recently at work.  Bob's built a custom framework called Rubik (but not a framework like symfony, codeigniter, cakephp or laravel, etc)

Rubik is a framework for presenting data that allows for greater use of a mobile device's inherent qualities while minimizing the amount of live data that gets stored on the device. Basically, information is presented on five Cards which are placed as current, left, right, up, and down. Think of an image Carousel that can move in four directions!

The program this project was developed for has seen massive improvements in speed, performance and utilization since undergoing this development cycle and Bob is going to give us his insights into what the problems and solutions were for this project.  

Pizza will be provided!

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  • Bob F.

    George, we all had a great time. Thanks for having us .. can't wait to get back again (presenting or just learning more code)!

    May 22, 2014

  • George F.

    Thank you Bob and the team from Select Sires for sharing your project with us!

    May 22, 2014

  • LaSota

    Is there a preferred place to park here or just hopefully find something on the street close?

    May 21, 2014

    • George F.

      There is parking behind the building, and the meters along Town should 'stop' at 6, but double check to be sure.

      May 21, 2014

  • Bob F.

    The project, out of development, is now called "The Workflow Carousel" ... details at:

    http://isblog.selectsires.com/isblog/home/article/robert-fornal/2014/04/10/workflow-carousel

    1 · May 20, 2014

  • Bob F.

    Rubik is a framework for presenting data that allows for greater use of a mobile device's inherent qualities while minimizing the amount of live data that gets stored on the device. Basically, information is presented on five Cards which are placed as current, left, right, up, and down. Think of an image Carousel that can move in four directions!

    April 23, 2014

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