JSFoo 2011

It’s like kung fu with JavaScript and objects! All about building full size apps in JavaScript.

JSFoo is an event on building apps with JavaScript. This is an event on what it takes to build full size apps with JavaScript, whether in the frontend or backend.

This event is now over. It was on October 1, 2011, in Bangalore.

Sessions were 45 minutes each. The venue was Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram again, in the Christ University campus at Dairy Circle.

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Sreekanth Vadagiri

@sreeix

Node.js Patterns and How we build ActiveNode

Submitted Sep 15, 2011

This session is intended as a part in exploring Patterns we found useful in Developing ActiveNode(http://activenode.no.de)(An application monitoring software we build during NodeKnockout), so that you end up with nicely tested Node code.

Outline

Evented Programming is hard, and if not done properly turns up into a spaghetti of callbacks inside callbacks. And any decent sized application becomes a mess.

This is partly talking about How we build Activenode, and patterns we used.
We use coffeescript for development.

Requirements

Interest in Javascript/CoffeeScript and their heads

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