Fri, 24 October 2014
Functional programming and FRP (Functional Reactive Programming) provides improvements in performance and purposely avoids changing-state and mutable data. This can be an extremely effective technique in web application development because of the stateful nature of DOM (Document Object Model) implementations in the browser. Adam evangelizes and works with several languages and tools to provide incredible functional style applications including, but not limited to, Elm, ClojureScript, OM, & React.js.
ClojureScript & OM
Direct download: episode-15_functional-programming-with-elm-clojurescript-om-and-react.mp3
Category:functional-programming -- posted at: 9:07am EST
Fri, 17 October 2014
Today, Web Components have emerged from cutting edge technologies to technologies we can implement in our small scale production. It won’t be long before we are building large scale applications with Custom Elements, HTML Imports, Template Tags, and the infamous Shadow DOM. In embracing this type of developer environment, with it’s flexibility and compositional nature, consider interoperabilty as a core concept.
If you need a custom element for a card layout, as an example, you should be able to use any Web Component out there in the ecosystem regardless of which library or toolchain it comes from. If the component provides the desired functionality and styling you would require it should work seamlessly in your application. Furthermore, toolsets should not limit the the extending and composition of these custom elements. In practice, this may or may not always be the case and library & toolchain creators will need to be aware of these concerns.
Rob Dodson (@rob_dodson), Developer Advocate on the Google Chrome team, talks about his thoughts on the subject. Rob is helping to educate developers, not just about Google’s Polymer Library built on top of Web Components, but across the entire Web Components community.
Rob goes through many of the changes made to Polymer 0.4.2, including accessibility and performance that help in making applications more integrated and how Google is working to share what the Blink Team has learned from implementing Web Components in Chrome with other browser vendors and developers.
Rob’s Blog - http://robdodson.me/
Accessible Web Components Part 1 -https://www.polymer-project.org/articles/accessible-web-components.html
SFHTML Mashup Video -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75EuHl6CSTo
The Web Platform Status for IE - https://status.modern.ie/
IE Beta Channel - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=43360
Polytechnic Events - http://itshackademic.com/
Polycast Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsII5c3Mgw6fNYCzaWrsM3sMN
Custom Elements on GitHub - https://twitter.com/polymer/status/464103568392200193
IE Platform Voting -https://wpdev.uservoice.com/forums/257854-internet-explorer-platform
customelements.io - http://customelements.io/
Bosonic Shadow DOM Issue (#4) - https://github.com/bosonic/bosonic/issues/4
The Bower Package Manager - http://bower.io/
Divshot - http://divshot.io
Divshot Blog - https://divshot.com/blog/
BuiltWithPolymer - http://builtwithpolymer.org/
Divshot’s Web Component Playground - https://ele.io/
Angular 2 Web Components Data Binding Document - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kpuR512G1b0D8egl9245OHaG0cFh0ST0ekhD_g8sxtI/edit?hl=en&forcehl=1&pli=1#heading=h.xgjl2srtytjt
ReadTheSource - http://hangouts.readthesource.io/hangouts/divshot-superstatic/
Alex Russel -https://twitter.com/slightlylate
Alice Boxhall -https://twitter.com/sundress
Raphael Rugeron - https://twitter.com/goldoraf
Jonathon Sampson -https://twitter.com/jonathansampson
Arron Schaar - https://github.com/pennyfx
Michael Bleigh - https://twitter.com/mbleigh
Scott Corgan - https://twitter.com/scottcorgan
Reactive Elements -https://github.com/PixelsCommander/ReactiveElements
X-Tags Imports - https://github.com/x-tag/x-tag-imports
Chromium Blink -http://www.chromium.org/blink
Polymer 0.4.2 -https://github.com/Polymer/polymer/releases/tag/0.4.2
Brick 2.0 -http://brick.mozilla.io/
Vulcanize - https://github.com/polymer/vulcanize
Firefox OS - https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/
Jquery UI -http://jqueryui.com/
Brick Components -http://brick.mozilla.io/v2.0/docs
WinJS Polymer Samples -https://github.com/banguero/winjs-polymer-samples
core-ajax - https://github.com/polymer/core-ajax
google-map - https://github.com/GoogleWebComponents/google-map
core-shared-lib - https://github.com/Polymer/core-shared-lib
google-apis - https://github.com/GoogleWebComponents/google-apis
core-selector - https://github.com/polymer/core-selector
paper-menu-button - https://github.com/Polymer/paper-menu-button
paper-tabs - https://github.com/Polymer/paper-tabs
paper-elements - https://www.polymer-project.org/docs/elements/paper-elements.html
Direct download: episode-14_web-components-interop-and-polymer.mp3
Category:web-components -- posted at: 11:44am EST
Fri, 10 October 2014
Connectivity and ubiquity will play a huge role in how web development for connected devices evolves. The rise of makers & builders in the development community is sparking innovation as well as curiosity in the business world. From connected cars & living spaces to fashion and novelty, The Internet of Things (#IoT) stretches far and wide. We are seeing more and more that our clients and users are demanding applications that integrate seamlessly not just w/ their phones, tablets, and computers but with their tv’s, security systems. Many companies are now seeing the viability & market for connected IoT. Many of these companies want to unify product experiences and blur the lines between the physical and digital worlds. With that said, how can we start building our skills and becoming the experts in this development arena?
Whether you are interested in building assembly line robotics, medical technology solutions, or even a simple product with blinking LED’s, developers will need to know many things. The security, product development cycles, how to connect devices to together, & how to share and assimilate firmware & software packages are very important. Standardization and assimilation of devices in a secure manner is critical for businesses.
Standards are constantly debated and the rise of the machines is upon us. We need to decide as a community what these standards are so our clients can trust us to develop their IoT integration products. It is “The Wild Wild West” of IoT yet production and shipping capablities are here with tools like Node.js, NPM, and Octoblu. Once we solidify the standards, will you be ready to deliver?
Upcoming Related Events
All Seen Alliance
Direct download: episode-13_meshblu-npm-and-the_internet-of-everywhere.mp3
Category:IoT -- posted at: 9:31am EST