3 more talks
Amorphic by Sam Elsamman (http://elsamman.com/)
Node.js creates a unique opportunity for applications to share a common structure on both the front-end and back-end. Amorphic (http://elsamman.com/?p=117) is a new isomorphic framework still under development that blurs the lines between browser and server letting the author focus on what is most important – the application itself. In this talk we will get a preview of how Amorphic works by examining a simple application that uses it.
D3 in Ember by Heyjin Kim (https://twitter.com/heyjinkim)
D3 is a great library for data visualization, but when dealing with complex applications and DOM(SVG) manipulations are not fun. You can solve the problems with Ember.
Preloading Multimedia: Can Play Through? by Denis Nazarov (https://twitter.com/Iiterature)
As web applications incorporate more high quality multimedia assets, developers need a consistent way of knowing when video or audio has sufficiently loaded for uninterrupted playback to deliver a great user experience. This talk illustrates the inconsistencies of browser implementations of the "canplaythrough" event and proposes an alternative solution of determining preload progress based on the element's "buffered" property.
6:30 - 7:00 PM Pizza + discussion 5th Floor, Self Conference Room
7:00 - 8:15 PM Talks + questions 4th Floor Auditorium
8:15 - Drinks at Heartland Brewery (http://www.heartlandbrewery.com/times_square/)