SpineJS - Moving State to the Client

Alex MacCaw (Twitter)
JavaScript in the Browser, Continental 4
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SpineJS is a client-side framework, written in CoffeeScript, developed to help you build awesome web applications. During this talk, Alex MacCaw, the author of SpineJS, will take you through some of the key concepts to Spine such as MVC, the main differentiating factors with other frameworks, and the future of client-side applications as a whole. Alex will explain how to synchronize client and server side state using WebSockets, how to create blazing fast asynchronous UIs, and how to tie this all in with graphical transformation libraries like GFX to create state of the art web experiences.

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Alex MacCaw

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Ruby/JavaScript developer & entrepreneur. O’Reilly writer and open source developer. Working for Twitter.

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Jeff Barczewski
05/31/2012 11:24am PDT

Would have liked more content to fill the full time, finished pretty early and most things were pretty high level ideas, could elaborate more.

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