Creating jQuery Plugins

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Details

We use jQuery every day to add useful and fun interactivity and other goodies to our web projects. We also use plugins from around the internet to do more advanced things we couldn't necessarily do ourselves. In this workshop, we'll look at how to take existing things we've done and converting them into plugins. It's pretty easy to do, and makes our work more portable to other projects, even shareable with others!

About Joe

Joe Chellman is a web developer, designer, and trainer based in LA. He has a small web shop called ShooFly Development and Design and has been making web stuff since 1996, concentrating mostly on creatives, nonprofits, and small businesses. He is the author of jQuery for Web Designers, and several other JavaScript titles on http://lynda.com , as well as other video training (http://shooflydesign.org/training) on WordPress and Drupal. Find out more at http://shooflydesign.org , or on twitter @shooflydesign (http://twitter.com/shooflydesign).

Cost

Thanks to our generous sponsor, this meetup is free for all to attend.

Sponsor

Kleverdog Coworking (http://kleverdogcoworking.com/)

Thank you to Kleverdog Coworking for hosting us at their cozy, gorgeous space. Please thank them on Twitter - @kleverdogcowork (http://twitter.com/kleverdogcowork) or like them on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/kleverdog).

Location and Parking

Metered street parking is available on Hill and Broadway Streets. There is also a paid parking lot at 420 Bernard in Bamboo Plaza with reasonable rates, or another lot on Broadway. For public transit, we are a couple of blocks from the Chinatown Gold Line station, and multiple bus routes go up and down Hill and Broadway. For up-to-date parking information the night of the event, please check parkme.com (http://parkme.com/) or use ParkMe's iPhone or Android app (see links above).

Map to help you find us

http://bit.ly/qy8Xkj... (http://bit.ly/qy8Xkj) kleverdog coworking is located in an alleyway between Hill and Broadway; just a couple doors down from Phoenix Bakery on Broadway. Look for the bright red door with the 418 address -- we're on the second floor.