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Rebecca Hauck describes Adobe's Test the Web Forward movement. Ready to join a community of passionate web developers and start making positive contributions to the future of the web?
Miško Hevery, the founder of AngularJS visits the Marakana studio to give us a fresh angle on AngularJS.
Attention fans of Backbone.js! Do you know what goes into the implementation of a single page application website already used by 30 million users? A developer from SoundCloud shares some insights...
Take your knowledge of Android to the next level. Start by owning styles and themes...
Where can the Play Framework take you and what are its limitations? In this broadly scoped talk, Scala programmer Will Sargent provides some insights into the framework he's most passionate about.
Are you ready for a game-changer? Can you do physics at 60 frames per second controlling DOM on a mobile device? Steve Newcomb, founder and CEO of famo.us, is here to tell you yes, yes you can.
Scala is simple. At least, according to Adriaan Moors, Typesafe's Scala Tech Lead. Hear why he thinks so, and about the details of Scala 2.10, in this debut talk at the renewal of SF Scala.
Interested in how Firefox is testing the OS formerly known as Boot2Gecko? Or perhaps what the underlying architecture looks like? Join lead quality engineer John Hammink as he gives you the tour.
Adobe's Bear Travis talks about the relationship between the rapid-pace progress of development for the web and evolving web standards in this talk from HTML5 Developer Conference.
Ready to change the way you interface with the web? Allow us to introduce you to the Leap Motion Controller! The Leap Motion Team visited SFHTML5 to showcase the features of this game-changing gadget.
Ever been to "Callback Hell?" Never go back! Check out this talk and discover some tools for avoiding this dark and mysterious place...
Nicholas Zakas of Box talks about writing maintainable code as part of a larger team.
If you're just getting into front-end developing, this is a brief reference for the resources you should know about for taking your code to the next level.
Pixels, programming, and teamwork are all crucial elements of the smooth-running startup. Check out this awesome conversation on the web and apps from Instagram's mobile designer.
Three awesome presentations from the Belgian Student and Startup Mixer event, presented by the SF HTML5 meetup group on April 4th, 2013.
If you've ever used Python's Django or Flask, you might want to check out Pyramid. Google's Roy Hyunjin Han will give you the basics, as well as some tips and tricks for web development.
Talk at the SF Android User Group meeting, on April 23
#perfmatters. The performance of your app on mobile devices is huge! Colt McAnlis supplies us with his "programmer's checklist" for designing apps with smooth transitions between desktop and mobile.
Tantek Çelik of Mozilla talks about the exciting improvements that microformats2 and newer HTML5 elements bring to structured web data.
Josh Powell literally wrote the book on Single Page Web Applications. Join him in this short talk highlighting a few simple best practices for launching a successful SPA.
A lot has changed in Ember.js in the past half year. Yehuda Katz gives a talk on the framework, writing apps for the web, and some insights on the future of the web with Ember.
This talk will review several examples of how to enhance an existing site with simple but lively animations that will work in modern browsers, and degrade nicely in older browsers.
"There is nothing stopping you from dazzling audiences with web technologies - all you need to do is to get back some of the excitement we felt when we fought the machine."
Join Google's Chris Wilson as he asks, and answers, "Why do we need another audio API? We have <audio> already!"
Frank Maker shares wisdom and lessons learned from his PhD research on the subject of battery use in mobile in this presentation from The SF Android User Group.
Sencha's Ariya Hidayat shares some key insights on how to leverage WebKit to assist your HTML5 application development and performance workflow.
Steve Souders, Head Performance Engineer at Google, delivers an HTML5DevConf keynote on the current state of the web. How faster are we going and what can we do to go faster?