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  • 48:14 Steve Souders on Web Performance: How Fast Are We Going Now?

    Steve Souders on Web Performance: How Fast Are We Going Now?

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    Most people prefer fast to slow. As Steve Souder points out, when we're talking about the web, this is even more true. Whether it's browser load times, or the speed of the devices we use, most people would rather use something that renders quickly.In this

  • 40:40 WebKit Rendering: Overview for HTML5 Developers

    WebKit Rendering: Overview for HTML5 Developers

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    Do you ever wonder how WebKit pulls bits off the server and converts them into visible pixels on the screen? Do you want to know how WebKit takes advantage of modern graphics system for hardware-accelerated animation and other effects?Ariya Hidayat, Sench

  • 46:19 Making the Web Rock: The Web Audio API

    Making the Web Rock: The Web Audio API

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    Join Google's Chris Wilson as he asks, and answers, "Why do we need another audio API?" While the audio tag is excellent for playing an audio file and streaming, it's limited in the sense that it wraps everything up in one step: loading, decoding, and get

  • 42:46 Christian Heilmann of Mozilla: Setting Disruptors to Stun! - HTML5DevConf Keynote

    Christian Heilmann of Mozilla: Setting Disruptors to Stun! - HTML5DevConf Keynote

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    In his keynote from HTML5DevConf, Christian Heilmann will show how you can get your web mojo back and reach a market of millions of new users that will be available to you this year. All you need to do is to give your web apps more love and stop trying to

  • 49:07 Building Web Applications with Ember.js

    Building Web Applications with Ember.js

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    Ember.js is a framework for building front-end applications using JavaScript, yes, but what does it mean to build an interactive web app in Ember? In this talk, Yehuda Katz shows us how Ember can be used to build fast and responsive apps, and shares some

  • 51:26 Grunt JavaScript Automation for the Lazy Developer

    Grunt JavaScript Automation for the Lazy Developer

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    Google's Dirk Ginader thinks great developers are lazy, and there's nothing wrong with that. After all, would you rather spend your time working on the mundane stuff — like minification, linting, compilation, unit testing, etc — or actually developing you

  • 24:22 Three Keys to Successful Single Page Web Applications

    Three Keys to Successful Single Page Web Applications

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    You've got 100 milliseconds for your web application to engage your users before they start to feel disconnected from the app. That's 1/10th of a second. After a whole second, you're starting to lose users completely. This simple fact is motivation enough

  • 38:24 Fun and Flair with CSS3 Animations from Alexis Goldstein at HTML5DevConf

    Fun and Flair with CSS3 Animations from Alexis Goldstein at HTML5DevConf

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    Alexis Goldstein, author of of HTML5&CSS3 for the Real World will show you how you can add a bit of creativity and spice to your website by taking advantage of CSS3 animations and transitions.Alexis will show several examples of how you can add some pop t

  • 53:30 Performance Checklist for the Mobile Web

    Performance Checklist for the Mobile Web

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    Have you been misusing the term web performance? Colt McAnlis, a developer advocate at Google, says that web performance is more than just how fast a page loads. It is also the experience a user has while using your app.For this talk, Colt supplies a "pro

  • 33:01 microformats2&HTML5: The Next Evolutionary Step For Web Data

    microformats2&HTML5: The Next Evolutionary Step For Web Data

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    Tantek Çelik of Mozilla talks about the exciting improvements that microformats2 and newer HTML5 elements bring to structured web data.Tantek will start with where we are with microformats now, challenges and lessons learned, and then finish with what we

  • 48:19 Maintainable JavaScript - HTML5 Developer Conference

    Maintainable JavaScript - HTML5 Developer Conference

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    What is maintainable code? Nicholas Zakas, software engineer at Box calls it code that "works for five years without major changes."In this presentation from HTML5DevConf Nicholas will show you what he considers maintainable code, and how to tackle the di

  • 50:25 Redemption from Callback Hell

    Redemption from Callback Hell

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    Callback Hell is a very real place. At least, according to Michael Jackson, co-founder of HUM, it is. But stay calm! In this presentation, Michael and his co-presenterDomenic Denicola, Software Engineer at Lab49, will walk you through all the steps requir

  • 39:55 Moving Web Standards Forward, Faster

    Moving Web Standards Forward, Faster

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    Adobe's Bear Travis talks about the relationship between the rapid pace progress of development for the web and evolving web standards in this talk from HTML5 Developer Conference:"As HTML, CSS and JavaScript have each advanced to provide a richer develop

  • 34:38 Radically faster web development -- Meteor after one year

    Radically faster web development -- Meteor after one year

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    Meteor is a new development platform that makes it dramatically faster to write rich web applications in pure JavaScript. In this talk from HTML5DevConf, Matt DeBergails, founder of Meteor asks, "how do we build this new style of application that's just f

  • 54:58 Steve Newcomb on 3D Physics for DOMies

    Steve Newcomb on 3D Physics for DOMies

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    Are you ready for a game-changer? Can you do physics at 60 frames per second controlling DOM on a mobile device? Steve Newcomb, founder and CEO of famo.us, is here to tell you yes, yes you can.In this highly anticipated and applauded presentation from HTM

  • 46:47 Scaling Backbone.js at SoundCloud

    Scaling Backbone.js at SoundCloud

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    SoundCloud has 30 million registered users, 10 hours of audio is uploaded every minute, and since the end of last year has transitioned their entire site to a single page Javascript application using Backbone.js. This didn't come easy. So, Darrell Stephen

  • 36:31 Hey Underscore, You're Doing It Wrong!

    Hey Underscore, You're Doing It Wrong!

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    Brian Lonsdorf has a love-hate relationship with Underscore.js. Yes, it offers a bunch of tools included in today's functional programming paradigm (like map, filter, reduce, take, drop, compose, etc.), but in Underscore the functions are sometimes verbos

  • 49:35 Introduction to Airbnb's Rendr

    Introduction to Airbnb's Rendr

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    With plenty of cool frameworks on the market today, it's an exciting time in the world of web applications. But which is the right one for you? Allow us to introduce you to Rendr. The open source library created by engineers at Airbnb that allows you to r

  • 39:15 Seamless iFrames: The Future, Today! - with Ben Vinegar from Disqus

    Seamless iFrames: The Future, Today! - with Ben Vinegar from Disqus

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    Ben Vinegar, Front-end Engineer at Disqus, sets out to change how you think about iFrames in this talk from HTML5 Dev Conf.He'll talk about what makes iFrames great and how Disqus is using them. Ben will also talk about the rough edges, and how you can sm

  • 29:39 Open Source Tools and Libraries for Designers

    Open Source Tools and Libraries for Designers

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    In this talk from HTML5 Dev Conf, GitHub Designer Julie Ann Horvath talks about hacking together a design environment.She'll talk about her design process (which always starts in the browser), and some of the handy open source tools and libraries that des

  • 39:45 Ads After Content! Deliver Ads Asynchronously

    Ads After Content! Deliver Ads Asynchronously

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    Derek Brans, Sr. Architect at Krux, talks about why delivering asynchronous ads matters, and how you can accomplish it in this presentation from HTML5 Dev Conf.**More videos on HTML5 development at http://marakana.com/s/

  • 53:18 Broken Promises of HTML5, and What's Next?

    Broken Promises of HTML5, and What's Next?

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    HTML5 has been quite the buzzword for a while now and as developers we are stuck in between a massive demand and a lack of technical support. Devices and hardware that promised to be the bright future of HTML5 are not allowing us to do the things we want

  • 43:22 Keeping the Dream Alive: Facebook's James Pearce on HTML5

    Keeping the Dream Alive: Facebook's James Pearce on HTML5

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    In this presentation from HTML5DevConf, Facebook's James Pearce discusses the social behemoth's position on HTML5, where it is and what challenges HTML5 faces, as well as addressing "how we can help make HTML5 the reality, the instantiation of the dream w

  • 56:26 Paul Irish on Web Application Development Workflow

    Paul Irish on Web Application Development Workflow

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    Iterating faster, avoiding bugs through tools, and improved automated testing are great ideas, but in this talk Google's Paul Irish will show how to really incorporate them into a functional and realistic developer workflow. Additionally, Paul gives us an

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