1:30pm–5:00pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
StatusNet (http://status.net/) best known as the Open Source microblogging platform, has a powerful plugin system for building new social networking applications. In this tutorial, the core developers of StatusNet show how to build server-side plugins, API clients, and custom themes to make your own social network tools.
1:40pm–2:20pm Wednesday, 07/27/2011
Plack and PSGI have opened a new landscape of developing Perl web frameworks and servers. Now that most web frameworks have adopted PSGI support, this talk will focus on the other side of the ecosystem: how to deploy Plack based web applications.
10:00am–10:40am Friday, 07/29/2011
Learn how Netflix builds its third-generation device user interfaces with web technologies. Between device performance limitations, new technologies like CORS and CSS3 transitions, techniques for managing directional input, and developing both subtle and wildly different UI variants for A/B tests, developing Webkit-based UI for TV devices like the PlayStation 3 is a whole new world.
4:10pm–4:50pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
SVG as a vector graphics format has been around for many years, but its usefulness has recently blossomed. Web support extending to being native in all major browsers, inclusion in HTML5, iOS device and now Android support are just the beginning of where SVG can be applied. This talk will give an overview of SVG and then present many of the different areas where one might use it today.
11:30am–12:10pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
Tornado is a scalable, non-blocking web server and web application framework written in Python. It is also light-weight to deploy, fun to write for, and incredibly powerful. So why aren't you using it?
This presentation will cover the basics of the framework, as well as some best practices and real-life use cases.
1:30pm–2:10pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011