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  1. TXJS 2011 A1 - Douglas Crockford - JavaScript Programming Style and Your Brain

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    Computer programs are the most complicated stuff that people make. Computer programs must be perfect, and people are not good at that. JavaScript is one of our least perfect programming languages.…

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    • TXJS 2011 A9 - Alex Russell - Life Of A Button Element

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      What actually happens when you set a property on an element's style? Or when you add a stylesheet? This talk walks you through a bit of how modern web engines think about these sorts of things…

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      • TXJS 2011 A8 - Paul Irish - HTML and the DOM

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        The special relationship between your HTML markup and browsers is one more interesting than you'd think. In this session we'll cover pedantic differences like "elements" vs "tags"…

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        • TXJS 2011 A3 - Yehuda Katz - The Road to SproutCore 2.0

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          As more and more applications are moving into the client-side, developers are looking for new abstractions that help eliminate repeated code and simplify the development of applications. SproutCore’s…

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          • TXJS 2011 B1 - Adam J. Sontag - Fixing These jQuery: A Guide To Debugging

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            The road to jQuery success is paved with the guts of bugs slain along the way. At “Fixing These jQuery”, you’ll understand how to approach your jQuery and JavaScript problems methodologically,…

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            • TXJS 2011 A6 - Brendan Eich - Ecma TC39: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

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              Fresh off the May TC39 meeting, I will give an update on "ES.next", Harmony beyond that, how things are working and not working. It will be sweaty, bloody, and thrilling. No Ennio Morricone…

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              • TXJS 2011 Intro Video

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                The video that was played at the beginning of TXJS 2011 - Mostly instructional, but there were a few requests to put it up.

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                • TXJS 2011 B4 - Divya Manian - Taking presentation out of JavaScript one setInterval at a time

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                  Way too many of today’s presentations use JavaScript for needless bling. Use CSS for simple animations and present static content for browsers that do not support them. Let go of your need to…

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                  • TXJS 2011 A5 - Rebecca Murphey - Lessons from a Rewrite

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                    In late 2010, Toura Mobile had developed a PhoneGap-based platform for creating content-rich mobile applications, and customers were buying. The problem was that customers were also asking for more…

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                    • TXJS 2011 B5 - Ben Vinegar - Modern iframe programming

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                      When you first think of iframes, you probably think of embedded YouTube videos and web forms. But iframes can do a lot more than just embed third-party content. As an inline, sandboxed DOM environment,…

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                      • TXJS 2011 B8 - Garann Means - Change your markup, change your life

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                        It doesn't matter whether you write JavaScript for the client, the server, or for both. It doesn't matter what library or framework you use. It doesn't matter what templating engine…

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                        • TXJS 2011 B9 - Mikeal Rogers - Scraping the web with jQuery and node.js

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                          Who needs an API? Scrape that sh*t! HTML is the new RSS. DOM is the new DOM. Your Mom is still your Mom. Slides: https://github.com/mikeal/slides/tree/master/spidering https://twitter.com/mikeal This…

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