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Book description

If you didn’t catch the JavaScript and HTML5 sessions at OSCON 2013, this complete video compilation offers you a front-row seat at more than a dozen tutorials covering these and other open standards, such as Node. With presentations from experts at Google, Adobe, and many other companies, you’ll understand why JavaScript continues to be so prevalent.

Table of Contents

  1. JavaScript and HTML5 at OSCON 2013
    1. 01_Translated Strings and Foreign Language Support in JavaScript Web Apps - Ken Tabor
      00:31:19
    2. 02_10 Reasons You'll Love Dart - Chris Strom
      00:38:32
    3. 03_Brackets: An Open Source Code Editor For The Web - Adam Lehman
      00:44:20
    4. 04_Automated Testing For Accessibility - Alice Boxhall
      00:41:38
    5. 05_JavaScript Framework Face Off - Nathaniel Schutta
      00:40:45
    6. 06_Server-Side Push: Comet, Web Sockets, and Server-Sent Events come of age - Brian Sam-Bodden
      00:43:19
    7. 07_Offline strategies for HTML5 web applications - Stephan Hochdrfer
      00:39:27
    8. 08_Adventures in Node.js - Faisal Abid
      00:51:55
    9. 09_Deal with multiple types of input in your HTML5/JavaScript code - Olivier Bloch
      00:33:25
    10. 10_Functional Composition - Piers Cawley
      00:47:21
    11. 11_Getting Started with 3D Programming in Three.js - Chris Strom and Robin Strom
      00:39:50
    12. 12_New Rules For JavaScript - Kyle Simpson
      00:41:33