Blog post about JavaScript Toolkits

Colin Clark colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Fri Apr 25 14:27:47 UTC 2008


Clay,

We'll definitely be posting the slides and notes online after the  
class. Eli and I are also hoping to find the opportunity to recoord  
video of the session and post it on the Fluid website.

I'm also planning to blog about several of the topics in the  
presentation over the next few weeks.

Colin

On 25-Apr-08, at 10:08 AM, Clay Fenlason wrote:
> This reminds me: are there materials for the "Fearless Javascript"
> JA-SIG session that you'll be posting online?
>
> ~Clay
>
> On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 10:03 AM, Colin Clark  
> <colin.clark at utoronto.ca> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> For those of you haven't seen it yet, I've written a new blog entry
>> about our experience with various JavaScript toolkits. The posting
>> covers why toolkits are so useful and why we chose to use jQuery as
>> our primary toolkit. It also provides some pointers to more
>> information about DHTML accessibility.
>>
>> http://fluidproject.org/blog/2008/04/20/fluid-and-javascript- 
>> toolkits/
>>
>> I hope you find it helpful,
>>
>> Colin
>>
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