Dylan Schiemann (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) AJ O’Neal (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
00:57 – Dylan Schiemann Introduction
The Dojo Toolkit CEO of SitePen
01:14 – Dojo
TD Ameritrade The Wall Street Journal JPMorgan Chase & Co TD Bank voro.com Esri
04:40 – Why is Dojo relevant today?
Peter Higgins: #dadt (Dojo already did that)
07:00 – AMD and RequireJS
Performance Benefits CommonJS
10:34 – Dijit
Form Controls Layout Widgets Other Widgets (i.e. grids, rich text editor controls, trees, etc.) Polymer
15:32 – Browser Support
The Awesome Bar Removing Code Aspect-oriented Programming
20:01 – Dojo 2
Dojo Mobile Responsive Dijits Local Storage Better Grid Widgets Cleaner APIs
32:52 – Marketing Dojo
Dojo Tutorials Good APIs Demos Target Environments
27:55 – Graded Support
Graded Browser Support - YUI Library
30:56 – Maintaining the old version while moving ahead with the new version
33:01 – Strict Mode
34:15 – Dojo and Node.js
36:20 – The Dojo Foundation
lodash The Intern
40:21 – Testing
D.O.H.: Dojo Objective Harness Sauce Labs Chai
42:56 – Charting and Graphing & Vector Graphics
DojoX voro.com GFX D3 Raphaël
46:41 – The History of Dojo and Prototype
Sexism in Video Games - This Female Gamer is Fed Up / from a woman's view / woman / Rape is in Grand Theft Auto Game (AJ) My Fair Lady (AJ) Moon (Jamison) Dr. Dog (Jamison) Warhammer Quest (Joe) Knights of the Old Republic (Joe) Ruins by Orson Scott Card (Joe) AngularJS Fundamentals (Joe’s Pluralsight Course) (Joe) Commit (Chuck) Authority | Nathan Barry (Chuck) The Intern (Dylan) FrozenJS (Dylan) hammer throw: 1986 Youri Sedykh's World Record Series (Dylan) Kundalini Yoga (Dylan) Arcosanti (Dylan) Ubud, Bali (Dylan) Insadong, Seoul, South Korea (Dylan)
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JAMISON: Hi, guys.
CHUCK: Joe Eames.
JOE: Hey there.
CHUCK: AJ O’Neal.
AJ: Not coming at you live. Not at all.
CHUCK: I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv and we have a special guest this week. That’s Dylan Schiemann. So, do you want to introduce yourself real quick, Dylan?
CHUCK: Awesome. Dojo’s been around for a long time, hasn’t it?
DYLAN: Nine years.
CHUCK: Nine years.
DYLAN: Oh, yeah. Three lifetimes in the Internet age, I guess.
CHUCK: Does that make it older than jQuery?
DYLAN: It does, yes. JQuery, I think, started about seven years ago, maybe. Six or seven years ago.
CHUCK: I remember seeing a couple of websites built in Dojo way back in the day. I don’t remember exactly which ones they were. For some reason, I got the impression that it was a framework, but it’s more of a toolkit. It’s much more like jQuery than it is like, say, Backbone or Ember or any of those.
DYLAN: It’s kind of everything. You can use it as a simple toolkit like jQuery. You have DOM manipulation,