This is talk is about to adapted a code infrastructure for a growing application. It is about their transition from a large jQuery code base to a faster, easier to maintain, tested Ember application.
A few months ago, the jQuery Foundation announced its participation in the W3C and ECMA standards bodies. Why did we do this, and how are we doing? In this talk, Yehuda Katz gives a rough overview of the standardization process, some examples of ways that web developers have helped the process, and talk about how […]
An overview of how to build a dynamic mobile application using the rendering features of jQuery Mobile. An end to end analysis of how to receive form meta data from a web service called through the jQuery ajax api. Store that data on the client in order to render it both in an online and […]
jQuery is so easy to use and thankfully abstracts many of the cross-browser concerns we used to labor over years ago. As with any library, however, there are a common set of bugs that tend to crop up as you start and continue to use it more and more. This session aims to help equip […]
Building a jQuery Mobile application is easy, but making it stand out from the pack takes work. This session will take an in-depth look at the inner workings of jQuery Mobile and show you how to get started with creating custom theming, custom icons, and even custom plugins.