OOP in JS slides

17 Jul, 2012 - 1 minutes
_Finally: my open source JavaScript project DCL is built on ideas described in this article. Available for node.js and modern browsers, it implements OOP with mixins and AOP at "class" and object level. Read documentation and background articles on www.dcljs.org, clone its code on github.com/uhop/dcl, and follow @dcl_js._ Once again I was invited in ClubAjax to speak about JavaScript. This time I did a presentation based in part on my previous blog post OOP and JS.

OOP and JS

18 Jan, 2012 - 24 minutes
_Finally: my open source JavaScript project DCL is built on ideas described in this article. Available for node.js and modern browsers, it implements OOP with mixins and AOP at "class" and object level. Read documentation and background articles on www.dcljs.org, clone its code on github.com/uhop/dcl, and follow @dcl_js._ Almost any Java programmer, who starts to study JS groking its OOP facilities and a dynamic nature of JS, thinks that they can be greatly improved and starts its own OOP library/helpers.

Using Dojo Rich Editor with Django's Admin

Many years ago I decided to replace plain text areas in Django’s Admin with rich text editor, so I can edit HTML on my blog using WYSIWYG. Six (yes, 6) years ago I looked around and selected TinyMCE. Over time it turned out that I was forced to upgrade TinyMCE and the link script I had because new browsers continue breaking my rich editor editing. Finally it stopped working again in all modern browsers, and I decided that enough is enough.

Exciting JavaScript Part II

4 Mar, 2010 - 1 minutes
This month I continued my presentation at ClubAJAX. Last time I did a survey of what is available in JavaScript, and concentrated on object-oriented (OOP) and aspect-oriented (AOP) techniques. This time I continued the survey, and talked about functional programming (FP), and domain-specific languages (DSL). And as promised I touched the code generation facilities too. I suggest to read the first part before. Enjoy! Direct link: Exciting JavaScript - Part II.

RAD CRUD

10 Feb, 2010 - 1 minutes
Today at dojo.connect I did a presentation “RAD CRUD”: rapid development of form-based applications. It continues my other presentation “CRUD with Dojo”, but it is more in depth, targets Dojo developers, and contains some advanced material. Direct link: RAD CRUD. View more presentations from Eugene Lazutkin.

Exciting JavaScript Part I

5 Feb, 2010 - 1 minutes
I was asked to talk about advanced JavaScript techniques at the last monthly meeting of ClubAJAX — monthly get-together of Dallas-area JavaScript programmers. Instead I ended up talking about leveraging cool JavaScript features to implement well-known programming techniques and paradigms: OOP, AOP, FP, and so on. Unfortunately I couldn’t finish in time, so I did a tour of some language features, and talked about OOP and AOP. The rest (I plan to do FP, code generation, and DSL) will be covered later.

Dojo Charting demo: tribute to Highcharts

8 Dec, 2009 - 1 minutes
Wolfram Kriesing asked: Somehow I have the feeling that you can bend dojox’s charting module to look and feel like http://highcharts.com/ — will be for free. Yes, it is relatively simple. To prove a point I wrote a quick-and-dirty demo available here: Tribute to Highcharts. Obviously not everything matches 100%. Go and judge for yourself. Update: related post on dojo-dev mailing list, which explains some details of the demo.

CRUD with Dojo

2 Dec, 2009 - 1 minutes
My presentation at ClubAJAX got off to a rocky start: I was let in the building 40 minutes after I was supposed to start the presentation. Everybody waited patiently. Thank you guys! As promised I publish slides along with relevant links (I had to skip most of planned demos). Here is my presentation on SlideShare: CRUD with Dojo. The original presentation can be seen on Google Docs: CRUD with Dojo.

Adding django-shorturls

6 Aug, 2009 - 5 minutes
Time to time I sync my blog software to the Django trunk and introduce small enhancements. Some of them visible to my readers, some of them are just for me. This time after reading Simon Willison’s post on rev=canonical I decided to add short URLs to my blog as well. This is a convention to provide custom short URLs managing the mapping on your own web site. In my opinion the idea is very cool.