Iterating faster, avoiding bugs through tools, and improved automated testing are great ideas, but in this keynote presentation from HTML5DevConf, Google’s Paul Irish will show how to really incorporate them into a functional and realistic developer workflow. Additionally, Paul gives us an overview of Yeoman and shows how this set of tools and libraries can help developers quickly build elegant and compelling web apps.
Learn how to deploy and manage real-time applications on Cloud Foundry using common Node.js examples and Redis key-value store capabilities. Common applications being built on Node.js like social networking and chat require real-time scaling capabilities across multiple instances. Developers need to deal with sticky sessions, scale-up, scale-down, instance crash/restart, and more. Cloud Foundry PaaS provides a ready platform to achieve this quickly.
In this “State of jQuery” talk, Yehuda (who is one of the core members of the jQuery team) covers the updates in jQuery 1.4.3, as well as the plans for jQuery 1.5, due next year. He also gives a quick overview of other initiatives of the jQuery project, including jQuery Mobile and ongoing work on formalizing the governance of the jQuery project.
Writing code is hard. Especially when you have to work in a team and everyone writes his or her code differently. As if it wouldn’t be hard enough to understand and implement the functionality of an app. To work against barriers of understanding code define how your team writes code. Set up coding guidelines and style guides so you can focus on functionality. As a result you reduce the time you spent doing tasks that are less to your joy and let you focus more on the work that you …