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Durandal 2.0 (Built on top of JQuery, Knockout & RequireJs) by Rob Eisenberg

  • Oct 15, 2013 · 6:30 PM

Durandal is a second generation Single Page Application (SPA) framework that aspires to give developers building rich web apps a pleasant and productive experience. In this session you'll see just how simple it can be to build JavaScript applications for web, mobile and desktop. We'll start from ground zero and cover project setup, building modules and views, handling navigation, application lifecycle and more. Enter the next generation of web development now, with Durandal.

 

Rob Eisenberg is a JavaScript expert and .NET architect working out of Tallahassee, FL and he is the President of Blue Spire Consulting. Rob got his start with computer programming at the age of nine, when he thoroughly fell in love with his family's new Commodore 64. His fascination with programming started with the Commodore Basic language, then moved to Q Basic and QuickBasic and quickly continued on to C, C++, C# and JavaScript. Rob publishes technical articles regularly at devlicio.us and has spoken at regional events and to companies concerning Web and .NET technologies, Agile software practices and UI engineering. He is coauthor of Sam's Teach Yourself WPF in 24 Hours and is the architect and lead developer of the Durandal and Caliburn.Micro frameworks. When not coding, Rob enjoys swing dancing, cooking and playing drums.

 

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  • Peter W.

    There is a video of the Durandal 2.0 (Built on top of JQuery, Knockout & RequireJs) by Rob Eisenberg at https://youtu.be/mGGkgbRQ8VU

    February 17, 2016

  • Michael W.

    Is there going to be a link to the presentation - I wasn't able to make it last night but I'm definitely interested in seeing the presentation if it's available.

    2 · October 16, 2013

  • Edgar

    I'm looking for someone who knows Apache, and how to edit an .htcaccess file. Mainly someone who can edit the .htaccess file of a WP blog, and add in the lines to block the bots listed here: http://www.askapache.com/htaccess/fight-blog-spam-with-apache.html

    and make a video showing how to do this. This is for a business friend of mine, and from what I can tell, it seems like you would want to add a line of code to stop a bot, save it, and then check to make sure you didn't screw up the .htaccess file. He needs a video showing what code editor to use, and how to get this done in the simplest way possible. I think he is willing to pay $50 for a video of someone showing how to do this. If you are interested please msg me at NormanMejia2336 a&t yahoo dut com (you can put a reply to this thread with contact info, but do not reply to my page on meetup.com - that is set to go to a different email address)

    1 · October 13, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I use notepad to edit my .htaccess file.

      October 16, 2013

  • James M.

    Well done! Great option for SPA's!

    October 16, 2013

  • Homero L.

    Rob did a good job presenting and answering questions.

    October 15, 2013

  • Jason G.

    Will you be going over complete setup including knockout?

    October 15, 2013

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