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This will be another full day DoneJS for those who missed the first one. Once 10 people sign up, I'll schedule a date and a place. I hope to you see you soon! ======== 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. 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.
Get an overview of StealJS (http://stealjs.com/) and use it to build a multi-page progressively loaded site, that uses hot-module swapping. In this training, we will go through DoneJS's module loader - StealJS (http://stealjs.com/). Module loaders help organize a projects scripts and build into minified scripts that load in production quickly. StealJS works with any other framework or technology. We'll StealJS to: - Setup a project from scratch. - Install and import other packages from npm, including jQuery. - Make and test a mini application. - Create modules in the ES6, CommonJS, and AMD formats. - Organize your modules using the modlet workflow (http://blog.bitovi.com/modlet-workflows/) - adding tests, docs, and demo pages. - Build your application to production. - Export modules to other formats and publish your module to NPM. I will schedule this meetup when there are 10 people signed up. Please sign up only if you intend to go.
Get an overview of CanJS and use it to build the famous TodoMVC example. In this training we will go through DoneJS's MV* library - CanJS. We'll learn about CanJS's: - Observables - Routing - Templates - Custom HTML Elements - Model layer We will use it to build the TodoMVC example application. We'll conclude with comparisons of different framework's solutions. When there are 10 people signed up for this meetup, I will schedule it. Please only sign up if you intend to go.