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  • 1:06:34 Introduction to Node.js with Ryan Dahl

    Introduction to Node.js with Ryan Dahl

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    Node.js is a system for building network services for Google's V8 JavaScript engine. In this presentation Ryan Dahl, the man behind Node.js will introduce you to this event-driven I/O framework with a few examples showing Node.js in action. Ryan will also

  • 02:07 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 01 - Installing Node.js

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 01 - Installing Node.js

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    Part 1/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 02:38 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 02 - Building our Project

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 02 - Building our Project

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    Part 2/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 04:27 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 03 - Handlebars: Switching the Template Engine

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 03 - Handlebars: Switching the Template Engine

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    Part 3/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 04:12 Node.js: Jumpstart for Devs - 04 - Adding our First Template

    Node.js: Jumpstart for Devs - 04 - Adding our First Template

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    Part 4/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 02:07 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 05 - Geolocation: A Usable HTML5 API

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 05 - Geolocation: A Usable HTML5 API

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    Part 5/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 02:44 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 06 - Geolocations: Making it Human Friendly

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 06 - Geolocations: Making it Human Friendly

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    Part 6/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 01:17 Node.js: A Jumpstat for Devs - 07 - Dynamic HTML: Making Use of Our Templates

    Node.js: A Jumpstat for Devs - 07 - Dynamic HTML: Making Use of Our Templates

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    Part 7/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 02:38 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 08 - Simple Persistence w/ SQLite&an ORM Package

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 08 - Simple Persistence w/ SQLite&an ORM Package

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    Part 8/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 01:33 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 09 - Tracking Ourselves

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 09 - Tracking Ourselves

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    Part 9/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 01:55 Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 10 - Displaying Places We've Been

    Node.js: A Jumpstart for Devs - 10 - Displaying Places We've Been

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    Part 10/10 - Hack together a simple geolocation app as Jeremy Osborne shows you how to get up and running with Node.js in this short tutorial series. Code&project files: http://crcl.to/node

  • 03:16 Intro to Android NDK - 01 - What is the NDK?

    Intro to Android NDK - 01 - What is the NDK?

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    Part 1/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 04:07 Intro to Android NDK - 02 - Why use the NDK?

    Intro to Android NDK - 02 - Why use the NDK?

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    Part 2/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 02:17 Intro to Android NDK - 03 - Installation

    Intro to Android NDK - 03 - Installation

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    Part 3/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 22:54 Intro to Android NDK - 04 - Getting Started

    Intro to Android NDK - 04 - Getting Started

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    Part 4/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 08:09 Intro to Android NDK - 05 - Application Binary Interface

    Intro to Android NDK - 05 - Application Binary Interface

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    Part 5/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 10:49 Intro to Android NDK - 06 - The UI

    Intro to Android NDK - 06 - The UI

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    Part 6/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 15:32 Intro to Android NDK - 07 - The Client

    Intro to Android NDK - 07 - The Client

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    Part 7/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 09:10 Intro to Android NDK - 08 - The First Run

    Intro to Android NDK - 08 - The First Run

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    Part 8/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 11:01 Intro to Android NDK - 09 - Using LibLog

    Intro to Android NDK - 09 - Using LibLog

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    Part 9/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing l

  • 18:51 Intro to Android NDK - 10 - Using JNI OnLoad

    Intro to Android NDK - 10 - Using JNI OnLoad

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    Part 10/10While most Android apps are written in pure Java, Android's Native Development Kit (NDK) enables us to access code written in C/C++ via Java Native Interface (JNI). This is often done in the name of performance, or to take advantage of existing

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