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Getting Started With DoneJS #3 - Full Day Training
Come join us for a full day DoneJS training where we will walk through building, testing, deploying and documenting a nearly full-featured DoneJS application. I will schedule a date and time once this meetup has 20 people. I strongly recommend that people attend one of the hack-night events before attending this training. These will familiarize you with CanJS and make this training much easier to digest. Here's what to expect: • Doors open at 9:00am. Please arrive no later than 10am. If you are unable to get your computer setup, please arrive at 9:30 so I can help you set it up. Please bring your setup computer. • Prior to arriving, please go through Setting Up DoneJS (http://donejs.com/SettingUp.html) guide. If everything is installed, you should be able to complete the first 4 steps of the Place-my-order (http://donejs.com/place-my-order.html) guide: • npm install -g donejs • donejs init place-my-order • cd place-my-order • donejs develop • it will also be helpful if you've downloaded firefox (https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/), a git client (https://desktop.github.com/), a code editor, Andriod (https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) if you are on windows, or XCode if you are on a mac. If you are having trouble, please let me know on gitter chat (https://gitter.im/donejs/donejs). • 10am - Start and software check, pass out sweatshirts and t-shirts. • 10:15am - Setup the project and start coding! • 12pm - Break for lunch. Lunch will be on your own. I'll be headed to a local Panera. • 1pm - Continue coding and learning. • 5pm - Deploy our production app to heroku and firebase's CDN.

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    Our purpose is to learn how to build web applications with DoneJS (https://donejs.com/), CanJS (https://canjs.com/), and StealJS (https://stealjs.com/). We meet every 6 weeks to build a new example app. If there's something you'd like to see built, post it in the meetup's discussion board or tweet it to us @donejs (https://twitter.com/donejs).

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