As part of the initiative to work in collaboration with other communities this year, we’re working with the HTML Toronto (http://www.meetup.com/HTMLToronto/) group for our March event. Check out their meetup page for more details on their events. HTML Toronto also charges a $5.00 fee for their meetups which we will also be doing for this event.
We’ll be going through some of the most common functions of libraries and how to perform the same things without adding a bunch of additional overhead. I’ve heard it said many times over the last year: “Web applications will never be as fast as native”. Let’s prove them wrong this year by making the switch to a library-less, clean coding binge.
+12 million operations per second
var myElement = document.getElementById('myID');
~350 thousand operations per second
var myElement = $('#myID');
Matthew Potter (https://twitter.com/AskMP) and Tasveer Singh (https://twitter.com/tazsingh/) will be heading two separate talks about functionality, prototyping, object rolls, and much more. Look to the Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages of both our groups for more details leading up along with code snippets sneak previews.
See more examples of Vanilla tested against other libraries:
Please note that we will be posting the event on both of our Meetup pages so please feel free to register on either one.
6:30 - 7:00 Check-in, food & Networking
7:00 - Presentations Start
7:45ish - Break
8:00 - Presentations Start
9:00 - Out the door