This talk discusses techniques for deploying YUI 3 custom modules within a larger server application environment, using a working application as a reference. You'll learn how to streamline your development and deployment process, ways to organize your code for maximum efficiency, how to integrate with the Eclipse IDE, and some tips and tricks around build strategies and server-side tooling.
A talk by Laura Kalbag (@laurakalbag). It’s all too easy to get caught up in fancy new web development techniques and forget that the responsive approach also requires a different mindset during the design process. Focusing on design principles for multiple devices, and discussing how we can fit responsive design into our process, I want to help break down the walls we’ve been hitting with concepts, clients and our own creativity.
The Web & Multimedia Team of the Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning hosted a short seminar in January 2012 on Responsive Design.
This was part of a Web & Innovation Seminar Series that has been created to share ideas, and communicate exciting and rapidly evolving web technologies to the University of Melbourne community. The series is aimed at all levels; from the technologically literate to anyone interested in learning something new and exciting. Our invited speakers are drawn from University of Melbourne internally, industry, research, and leading experts in technical fields.
Gabrielle Pilgrim - Account Manager at Squiz,
Robert Prib - Senior Implementation Specialist at Squiz,
Aaron Tan - Web and Multimedia Manager, University of Melbourne.
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"Mobile first," is a concept that serves us well as a design tool, putting constraints on our messaging, layout, etc. But to use "mobile first" as a complete mobile strategy can lead to some dangerous lines of thought.
There's a bigger picture that needs to be seen, and it's what we've always done when developing experiences for the web. We need to put the "Experience First." Then we can think about "mobile", "desktop", "lean-back", and whatever other technologies are released in the next several years. It's not about devices, it's about users and experiences.
Presentation first given at BarCamp Nashville in October of 2011.