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Join us for our next meetup that you can join online! We’ll have a handful of short talks on a variety of interesting topics, plus time afterwards to discuss the presentations, talk with the presenters, and put the meet in meetup. This meetup is free to attend, but you have to register to join. Register now: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/6662d9dcf6310b2f34538d7d4481ef37 The talks include: - Continuing our series of talks on React Hooks, Christopher Baker will give us a brief overview of optimizing React performance with the useMemo and useCallback hooks. - Managing large projects well with git can be difficult. How do popular projects do it? Josh Hoff will compare and contrast some popular approaches and their tradeoffs so you can pick and choose what works best for your team. - Managing a user session lifecycle can be complicated. Deciding when to start a session, checking if a session is ongoing, accessing the metadata of the session, cases like these take consideration to do right. Nils Lundquist will introduce us to a new can-connect behavior, can/session, that simplifies these scenarios and more. - SVGs are awesome, but sometimes they can be difficult, like controlling internal styles or making them look great cross-browser. Ryan Wilson recently ran into both of these problems and will share with us what he’s learned about wrangling SVGs. Register now to save your spot in next week’s meetup! https://zoom.us/meeting/register/6662d9dcf6310b2f34538d7d4481ef37 And before the meetup, be sure to join our new community Slack! https://bitovi.com/community/slack?utm_source=meetup.com&utm_medium=event After you’ve joined, come say hello in our #introductions channel: https://bitovi-community.slack.com/messages/CFMMLPNV7 We’re excited to chat with you there and see you at our next meetup!
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. Once we have at least 15 people committed. I will set a date. The location will be somewhere downtown.
Let's build a file navigator widget, together! Here's a prototype: http://jsbin.com/buyeqop/edit?html,js,output The widget allows a user to click folders, which expand to load their files and sub-folders. We’ll iterate over three versions: • baseline (https://gist.github.com/justinbmeyer/adc9797a8ac1713b9d6d21d33a44e829) (no prior knowledge required) • intermediate • advanced (https://gist.github.com/justinbmeyer/cab04443d02f3ca36f126ae54ab276b8) Looking forward to seeing you! If you'd like to talk shop sooner, let's chat (https://gitter.im/canjs/canjs)!