There is a power for loading data that will be manipulated within the interface by user action. Templates also let you chunk your interface into manageable, re-usable pieces.
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one codebase, endless possibilities — real HTML5 hacking
[ SXSW Bios ] #hack5 [ Presentation Files ] @joemccann Brief HTML5 is no question the “buzzword du jour” in tech nowadays, but looking past the vernacular cruft one will discover that the HTML5 technology STACK is actually an incredibly powerful & useful framework for apps well beyond the traditional web browser. Massive companies like …
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web framework battle royale
Web frameworks make building websites easier. Common tasks are abstracted for faster development. Here is an analysis of five different frameworks: Zope (Python), Rails (Ruby), Sinatra (Ruby), Seaside (Smalltalk), and Symfony (PHP). [ session description ] Presenter(s) (lots) Date 13 March 2010 Tag(s) #frameworkbattleroyale
designers and developers:why can’t we all just get along?
I arrived at this session and it was SRO and full. I got some final ideas (after making it inside with 15 minutes to go): When designers push their vision out to “version 10”, it can cause tension with developers who are usually starting from the other end (i.e., Agile). Developers want to start small …
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designing our way through web forms
Forms suck. Creating a style guide for form design is difficult. Presenters Christopher Schmitt – Heat Vision Eric Ellis – Bank of America Kimberly Blessing – Comcast Interactive Media Date Sunday, March 15 Sites web form elements research jquery validation moz monkey
core conversation:should i build my startup on ruby on rails?
What are the most important qualities of a programming language when you are starting from scratch? how easy to get a prototype out? will it scale? or do i need to scale right now? what existing code libraries are out there and do they support my industry? what kind of talent is out there? do …
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CSS3: what’s now, what’s new, and what’s not?
Let the W3C be with you. Woo! Cross-browser compatibility problems should end. Presenters Molly Holzschlag – Opera Software David Baron – Mozilla Hakon Wium Lie – Opera Software Sylvain Galineau – Microsoft Date Sunday, March 15 Sites david baron molly holzschalg Jonathan Snook
version control: no more save as…
Version control can save your life and make you happy. Presenters Matt Mullenweg – Automattic/WordPress Karen Nguyen – Yahoo! Zach Nies – Rally Software Development Joe Pezzillo – joepezzillo.com, @metafy Derek Scruggs – SurveyGizmo Date Sunday, March 15 Sites phpadvent article trac cornerstone versions Beanstalk mecurial
tables don't kill people, they just kill accessibility.
At least, tables (can) kill accessibility in web portals. Accessibility in a portal has always been a challenge. It has to do (initially) with boxes. Many early portals used quite hideous tables to layout the screen. Hey, a portal is a set of boxes, right? Oracle Portal still enforces a level of table-as-layout. Tables aren’t …
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