NewCircle Developer Stream
Stream is a constantly updated source of free, educational content on open source development. Also, check out our bookshelf for in-depth tutorials.
In this talk, Adam Breindel's goal is for you to understand scopes, scope chains, and closures. He also wants you to be able to easily and quickly explain them to other developers.
Terence Parr gives an idea of the core mechanisms behind virtual machines by building one, in front of your eyes, from scratch. It is the same kind of commercial interpreter he made for Renault cars.
Ember Data has, as of late, undergone a number of changes. Chris Oei shares some of the problems his team encountered, how they addressed them, and some of the tips they learned in the process.
Polymer is a library that puts elements back at the center of web development. Eric Bidelman & Matthew McNulty speak about all the interesting problems Polymer can solve for modern applications.
Erik Bryn shows just how easy it is build a radio streaming application with Ember.js. This presentation is comprised entirely of live code.
Programming with asynchronous callbacks is harder than it needs to be. ECMAScript 6 generators can alleviate some of the pain you’re experiencing.
This talk is about how Sourcery transition from a large jQuery code base to a faster, easier to maintain, tested Ember app.
In this short tutorial, NewCircle instructor Jeremy Osborne gets you up and running with Node.js quickly as he walks you through creating a rudimentary geolocation app.
What's new in EMCAScript 6? Kit Cambridge breaks down all the changes, and improvements, in the most recent update to the ECMAScript language.
Yehuda Katz's keynote from JAXConf 2013
Miško Hevery, the founder of AngularJS visits the Marakana studio to give us a fresh angle on AngularJS.
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.
Nicholas Zakas of Box talks about writing maintainable code as part of a larger team.
Three awesome presentations from the Belgian Student and Startup Mixer event, presented by the SF HTML5 meetup group on April 4th, 2013.
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.
"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."
Marakana HTML5 Instructor, Rick Hurst chats with the woman behind HTML5DevConf to find out what makes the conference stand out.
The ever popular jQuery library has had a Deferred object since version 1.5 but programmers seem to be noticing it a lot more with recent releases. Learn more here.
Paul Trani, web evangelist for Adobe, gives a rundown of Edge Animate that highlights some of its best features and the future of interactive websites.