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Location: Ballroom III
Mike Subelsky (OtherInbox)
Average rating: ***..
(3.62, 56 ratings)
Modern browsers have changed web development by offering new, more powerful capabilities, known by the marketing buzzword "HTML5". In this tutorial we'll build a sophisticated example that shows you how to take advantage of workers, sockets, canvases, local storage, media embeds, and more. You'll learn how you can use HTML5 to build newer and better web applications, leaving old hacks behind. Read more.
Location: Ballroom II
John Athayde (LivingSocial), Bruce Williams (LivingSocial)
Average rating: ***..
(3.72, 29 ratings)
The Rails View layer is the Wild West. Bad mustaches, crazy fights over simple things, and complete and utter confusion abound. When do we use a helper or a presenter? How do we keep logic and markup separate? What's this here new fangled boilerplate and HTML5/CSS3 thing? Read more.
Location: Ballroom IV
Peter Jackson (Intridea)
Average rating: ***..
(3.48, 23 ratings)
Want to add location, mapping, or complex spatial analysis to your Rails applications? Not sure about the difference between OpenLayers, Google Maps, Bing Maps, RGeo, GeoRuby, GeoCommons, or the many other choices in front of you? Join this session for a walkthrough of the stack choices you will be faced with while navigating the Geospatial landscape. Read more.
Location: Ballroom I
Zach Holman (GitHub)
Average rating: ***..
(3.06, 16 ratings)
Selling a product once is fun, but selling that product twice is wildly excellent. GitHub does that with Firewall Install, our installable enterprise GitHub. This talk aims to discuss how you can repackage your existing product too, by covering code strategies for parallel codebases, supporting remote server infrastructures, and talking about the impressively stupid decisions we've made. Read more.
Location: Room 347
Average rating: ***..
(3.48, 25 ratings)
Presented by Trevor Burnham. Read more.
Location: Ballroom I
Dan Pilone (Element 84, LLC), Jason Gilman (Element 84)
Average rating: ***..
(3.88, 17 ratings)
A case study in introducing Rails into a public NASA Earth Science system. Despite a broad investment in Java, we conducted a survey of modern development technologies including Flex, Django, JSF2 and Rails. We chose to move forward using Ruby on Rails with JRuby. This presentation discusses our experiences, including technical, process, and psychological, using RoR on a production system. Read more.
Location: Ballroom I
Matt Kelly (ZURB)
Average rating: ****.
(4.61, 56 ratings)
Make your users happy by building webapps without page loads. People waiting 2,000ms or more for a page on your app to load are losing interest and focus. Learn how easy it is to create an interface that responds in less then 100ms with Backbone.js, a JavaScript library created to seamlessly integrate with Rails and keep your JavaScript organized and readable. Read more.