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YUI live coding presentation

Simon Højberg is going to walk us all through use the YUI framework in a live coding presentation.

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  • Timothy E.

    Thoroughly enjoyable and fun to watch.

    October 19, 2012

  • Matt G.

    Cweeptastic

    October 18, 2012

  • Simon H.

    Hope you guys liked it - Had a great time!

    The slides: https://speakerdeck.com/u/hojberg/p/dat-yui-hack
    The code: https://github.com/hojberg/cweepy

    October 18, 2012

  • Christopher M.

    Fantastic.

    October 18, 2012

  • Barnaby C.

    Hey all,

    Here are the location and parking details I shared last month for getting to Swipely!

    Bing has the correct street info: http://binged.it/UE6q6S
    We're in a large brick building (not a church as your GPS might suggest!). We have a small parking lot adjacent to the building which we share with Vanity Bar in the evenings. There will be valet guys manning the lot but if you say you're visiting Swipely they should simply let you park yourself. We'll let them know to expect folks. The street is also free parking although it's usually pretty full.

    Our entrance is on the end of the building with the large black wooden doors - we'll leave them unlocked for you. Up the stairs and the first door on the left has a Swipely sign on it and should be propped open (if not, there's a bell).

    Pizza should arrive at 6:45pm and we have plenty of soda/water/beer/snacks.

    Text or call my cell if you have any trouble:[masked]

    Thanks!
    -Barnaby

    October 18, 2012

  • Scott C.

    I’m not sure what other people are looking for but I’d like to have an overview of YUI that covers some of the following topics:

    1)What are the key features of YUI
    2)How is it different than other frameworks we have seen (EXTJS and Ember.JS)
    3)What features you feel are missing
    4)What is the future of the community

    Depending how much time you have.
    Example of code that demonstrates:

    1)How to handle data Posts/Puts to the server
    2)Any UI widgets/layout management and binding
    3)Managing state

    I think a simple TODO list app could highlight some features

    October 16, 2012

    • Timothy E.

      I'd vote for:

      1) What are the key features of YUI
      2) How is it different than other frameworks we have seen (ExtJS and Ember.JS)
      3) What are your favorite/least favorite features
      4) Data Consumption / Persistence

      October 16, 2012

    • Simon H.

      Thanks guys! this really helped :)

      October 18, 2012

  • Simon H.

    If people have good ideas for an example app I could build im all ears! Trying not to end up building the default todo app lol :)

    October 15, 2012

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