a thought experiment that aims to test how far we can stretch
outputting reams of generated code.
Recommended for folks who are interested in languages that run in the browser as well
as the server.
To really master JS you need more than a framework: you need to grok some heavy-duty functional and OO concepts it took from weird languages like Scheme and Self. Come see where these ideas came from, and how to use them in your JS code.
jQuery UI is the official jQuery suite of interactions and widgets for building Rich Internet Applications. It makes building web interfaces as refreshingly simple as jQuery has made Ajax and the DOM. As simple as $('<p>Hello, World</p>').dialog();
San Francisco's Street Address Management System is used by numerous agencies to edit and report on the city's geospatial street addresses. The application helps the city reduce duplicate data maintenance work, improves the accuracy, consistency, and quality of the data - and should lower the cost of delivering services to citizens.
good library support, but testing practices are cumbersome to
non-existent. This talk demonstrates a set of tools that make
as Java, Ruby, or Python, including aspects unique to