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Israel JavaScript Conference–Js.il

12 מרץ

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לראשונה בישראל , כנס פיתוח ייעודי העוסק כולו בארכיטקטורה

ופיתוח Web Applications.  להלן רשימת ההרצאות עד כה. אשמח

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Offline And HTML5 Storage

Building an offline HTML 5 based application? Want to get rid of those untasteful cookies? HTML5 brings the client storage into a all new different level. support for files and database on the client side to allow working in an offline mode and saving user data in a better and clearer way.

Advanced JavaScript

JavaScript is simple for doing simple tasks' but if you really want to take control on your JavaScript code we should look into the internal of the beast. understanding how Object Oriented is achieved in the non Object oriented environment. What is Prototype and how we can use it' and what is the best way to work , generate and maintain object in JavaScript.

Building Server Side Logic with Node.JS

Node.JS is becoming a major force in building server-side logic. With its eco-system of add-ons and extensions it allows building anything from web servers to back-end data providers, REST servers and more. This lecture will focus on the basics – how to use Node.JS, and some of the major extensions to node, Express, Jade, and Socket.IO. It will allow participates to start their development endeavors with Node.

Modern web analytics presentations with D3.JS

Data analytics, and data presentation is a growing trend in business applications. D3, a JavaScript library written by Mike Bostock, allows us to manipulate elements of a web page in the context of a data set. These elements can be HTML, SVG, or Canvas elements, and can be introduced, removed, or edited according to the contents of the data set. The lecture will focus on the main parts of using D3 – the Enter selection, graph elements, Interactions and transitions, and graph layout. It will provide the basis to perform complex drawing functionality to enhance any modern web page.

Client side analytics using CrossFilter and DC.js

Crossfilter is a JavaScript library for exploring large multivariate datasets in the browser. Crossfilter supports extremely fast (<30ms) interaction with coordinated views, even with datasets containing a million or more records. Since most interactions only involve a single dimension, and then only small adjustments are made to the filter values, incremental filtering and reducing is significantly faster than starting from scratch. Crossfilter uses sorted indexes (and a few bit-twiddling hacks) to make this possible, dramatically increasing the performance of live histograms and top-K lists. This lecture will cover the use of CrossFilter to build analytics, and the use of DC.js as a display technology for fast Analytical displays.

Advanced JavaScript Unit Testing integrated with Visual Studio Environment

Unit Testing is an inseparable part of the development process, no matter which methodology you follow, be it TDD, or BDD, you know for sure that this investment is worthwhile, enabling early bug fixes, safe refactoring, and better design. You want to test your JavaScript code but don’t know where to start? Which tools to pick? And how to integrate it all with Visual Studio? In this session we will take a look at the tools, how to combine them to play nicely together in Visual Studio, and making Testing a breeze.

Building Modular JavaScript Application with AMD/Require.JS

The rule of thumb when things get complex is usually to break it down to smaller, more manageable, and loosely coupled units. Yet JavaScript (or say ECMA Script) in its current form, doesn’t provide any so-called concept of Module or Package or any kind of logical unit of deployment. This is where AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition), and Require.JS comes into play. In this session we will see how to take advantage of the concepts behind AMD, and how to utilize Require.JS API to come up with maintainable and testable units of code.

Developing "Real-Time" Web Applications with SignalR

SignalR is a new async signaling library for .NET developed and maintained by David Fowler and Damian Edwars from Microsoft’s ASP.NET and NuGet teams. If you ever wanted to push data from the server to clients (and not just browser clients!) in real time with ease, SignalR will be your perfect companion.

jQuery for Professionals

jQuery is the most widely used JavaScript library in the world. It's a fast and powerful DOM manipulation and animation library. The best part? It's easy to use and implement. The problem is it's also easy to use inefficiently. In this course you will learn master techniques and best practices for using jQuery in your next web project.

Responsive Design and CSS3: The future of web development

Creating webpages using a responsive design is becoming the defacto standard for today's desktop and mobile websites. These are Must-Have skills for your professional development. In this course learn the important topics and techniques required to implement a responsive design. Additionally you will learn where a responsive design can cause problems and how to avoid them. Don't miss this presentation!

Sencha Architect and ExtJS with RTL Support

Sencha's ExtJS 4.2 now supports RTL! This enterprise ready, JavaScript framework is a one-stop-shop for all of the components and functionality usually found only with multiple libraries put together. If you're building an enterprise application that requires a desktop and mobile interface, complete component list (grid, charts, form layout, etc) that is built on an MVC architecture you won't want to miss this presentation.

Durandal Framework

Durandal is small JavaScript framework designed to make building Single Page Applications (SPAs) simple and elegant. Durandal is built on libs you know and love like jQuery, Knockout and RequireJS. Durandal has strong support for MVC, MVP and MVVM. No matter what front end architecture paradigm you prefer, Durandal is there to back you up. With RequireJS as our base and a thin layer of conventions, we can provide amazing productivity while helping you to maintain SOLID coding practices.

Important Considerations When Building Single Page Web Apps

Single page web applications – or SPAs, as they are commonly referred to – are quickly becoming the de facto standard for web app development. The fact that a major part of the app runs inside a single web page makes it very interesting and appealing, and the accelerated growth of browser capabilities pushes us closer to the day, when all apps run entirely in the browser.

Single Page Apps (SPA) with M-V-VM and Knockout.JS

Knockout is a JavaScript library that helps you to create rich, responsive display and editor user interfaces with a clean underlying data model. Any time you have sections of UI that update dynamically (e.g., changing depending on the user’s actions or when an external data source changes), KO can help you implement it more simply and maintainably.

Routing in JavaScript Applications

In the modern age of super-fast browsers and user expectations about the responsiveness and perceived speed of web applications – single page applications have become the rage (Gmail, etc.) Furthermore, instead of just fetching full HTML and rendering it asynchronously, fetching raw data (JSON) and rendering on the client side has not only become possible – it’s actually very common. In our lesson we'll discuss the challenges we face in building SPA navigation. We'll see the commonly used solutions and will talk about libraries that offer those solutions. We'll take closer look on Sammy.js library that includes a simple API for defining applications which are made up primarily of routes and events.

Cross browser apps with jQuery Mobile

Since HTML5 was introduced, more and more companies choose to switch their sites to this technology. Moreover, HTML5 allowing to create hybrid applications for mobile. jQuery mobile is lightweight framework that makes creating of sites and apps very simple and quick. In our lesson we will learn about the framework key features, talk about the pros and cons and will integrate it with another famous library Knockout.js.

Rich data for JavaScript Apps is a Breeze

Breeze is a JavaScript library that helps you manage data in rich client applications. If you store data in a relational database, query and save those data as complex object graphs, and share these graphs across multiple screens of your JavaScript client, Breeze is for you.

Angularjs

HTML is great for declaring static documents, but it falters when we try to use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications. AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and quick to develop.

JavaScript UI Components

As the HTML5 and JavaScript applications continues to gain incredible momentum and also the need for cross-platform development brought many companies like "Kendo UI" to realize that if they plan to stay in the game they need to reinvent them self's and offer developers a rich HTML, JavaScript framework to enhance their web development experience . In our lesson we'll discuss about why when and how we plan to use awesome UI Components like Charts, Trees, Graphs, Lists and etc. To increase our development productivity in a fast and easy way.

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