South Florida Code Camp is Tomorrow | John Papa

John Papa

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South Florida Code Camp is Tomorrow

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imageI’ll be heading to Ft Lauderdale tonight so I can get a bright and early start for South Florida Code Camp tomorrow. They have a pretty good lineup and I’ll be presenting 2 sessions. Hope to catch you there!

 

HTML5 and JavaScript Fundamentals with MVVM and KnockoutJS

John Papa

11:10am – 12:20pm

Do you write a lot of HTML and JavaScript code to push and pull data? In this session you will learn popular techniques to use imagedata binding to bind your data to your target controls in HTML writing less code, but gaining more power. See how to consume json data, use json objects in JavaScript, use declarative binding, using KnockoutJS. You will also see how to use the MVVM pattern to write data centric JavaScript code that follows good separation patterns and creates highly maintainable code.

 

Techniques, Strategies, and Patterns for Structuring JavaScript Code

John Papa

1:20pm – 2:30pm

Are you writing a lot of JavaScript code and trying to apply good practices to make it more maintainable and flexible? In this session learn about common practices to make avoid problems such as polluting the global namespace and code that executes inconsistently, by using patterns such as separation and the Revealing Module Pattern. You will leave this session with several tips on how to write clean, more maintainable, and consistent code.

 

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If you enjoy these and want more, you can check my latest course Building HTML5 and JavaScript Apps with MVVM and Knockout which is now available at Pluralsight. In it, I demonstrate how to build robust and maintainable Web applications with JavaScript patterns, MVVM, and KnockoutJS .

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tags: code camp javascript knockout knockoutjs patterns sfcc
  • Bob

    Went there did that, you were Awesome!
    Thanks…
    I have been an OO desktop/SQL guy for a long time. Your patterns for organizing JavaScript have inspired me and got me enthused about developing web aps.

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