The new Recipes section on CanJS.com now has a new guide: Weather Report!
We’ve added a new Recipes section to CanJS.com with example widgets that are useful starting points for learning more about CanJS.The first set of recipes is a file system navigator that Justin Meyer presented at DoneJS Chicago last month.
Organizing large code bases is a deep and opinionated topic. We'll show you Bitovi's insight with the DoneJS toolset and how we structure rich, complex applications.
Documentation is an integral part for any development process. This week we'll take you through generating documentation using DocumentJS.
can.Map and can.List are demystified in this session. We'll dive deep into the API and show examples on how each are used from a conceptual and practical perspective.
Testing frameworks, tools and approaches are all addressed in this talk. We'll discuss unit testing vs functional testing, how to run and automate tests and tools we use everyday.
CanJS has grown from humble roots in 2006 to a full featured MV* library. This week we'll discuss high points in CanJS and how it can help you build rich, maintainable applications.
This week, well be talking about the strengths and weaknesses of CanJS and StealJS compared to other frameworks like React, Angular, Backbone, EmberJS, and module loaders like RequireJS, Browserify, and Webpack.
Matthew Phillips takes us through the need for module loaders, managing dependencies and how StealJS simplifies the process.
This week we review how we break down applications to their core architecture. Maintaining state, the MVVM pattern and more will be discussed as we use Trello and TodoMVC as real world examples.