Christian Heilmann

Building with JavaScript – write less by using the right tools

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 at 9:01 am

Yesterday Framsia organized a meetup in Oslo, Norway with Molly Holzschlag, Paul Irish and me ramping up to the Frontend2010 conference. Molly talked about the open web and the open stack of technologies and Paul showed people the developer tools in Chrome.

My talk was about building web applications with JavaScript and how using progressive enhancement helps you build great things with very few lines of code. The slides are available on Slideshare:

As per usual, I also created a audio recording of the talk hosted on The Internet Archive:

I loved the evening – the location sponsored by Epinova had all the things we needed (including a copious amount of beer) and the audience (once warmed up) had some very good questions to answer. The talks were filmed and Framsia will release them soon.

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