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HTML/JS Applications with Durandal

  • Jan 3, 2013 · 6:15 PM
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Durandal is a cross-device, cross-platform application framework written in JavaScript. It is a very small amount of code built on top of three existing and established JavaScript libraries: jQuery, Knockout and RequireJS.

In this session we'll learn how to create a Durandal application. You'll see how to create elegant, modular JavaScript and HTML code, leverage convention-over-configuration, UI composition, templatable widgets and more.

You can find Durandal on github at

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  • Jonathon

    Thanks Rob, great presentation! I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. I've been wanting to come to this meetup for a very long time but work or travel always interfered. I start an intensive .Net class at TCC on Thursdays so I won't get to come back for a bit, but when I do I'm sure I'll benefit even more.

    January 6, 2013

  • William L.

    Very much enjoyed the presentation. Also nice to have a great turnout and new faces! Looking forward to the continuation of this topic ...

    January 4, 2013

  • Rob E.

    Thanks to everyone who showed up. I didn't have much time to prepare the talk so thanks for bearing with me. We'll do a followup talk where we dig into Durandal more specifically. If no one is scheduled for February, perhaps we'll do it then.

    January 3, 2013

    • David P.

      I learned a lot. It is nice seeing all the tools, platforms, and frameworks that are out there. We should have a talk on all of he developer tools out there to include browser plugins for debugging.

      January 4, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Extremely informative, if a bit unstructured.

    January 3, 2013

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