[Noisebridge WebDev] [Noisebridge-discuss] Heroku Tutoring Wanted
romy at snowyla.com
Fri Oct 18 03:11:07 UTC 2013
This is very cool! I'm personally not interested in js at the moment but I'm sure tons of other folks are
I like to go to the wiki to find things... Would it be possible to make a wiki page about this group?
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> On Oct 17, 2013, at 11:35 AM, Garrett Smith <dhtmlkitchen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Romy -
> In most cases where I've worked, requirements hare been to develop custom widgets. For this reason, I have found myself in recurring situations.
> The solutions for these types of problems include DOM utility functions, DOM Event functions, an abstract Event Registry, time-based Animation, and all wrapped up in a packaging and abstraction (APE core). There are other packages, such as for working with color, and for the widgets themselves.
> The best parts of APE are the Event Registry, APE.js core, and the Animation and StyleTransition. The Event Registry has nothing DOM specific, so it is clean. The DOM events library accounts for anomalies in older IE event model.
> StyleTransition is the only transition based API that I know of that uses the Strategy design pattern to achieve its means. I am proud to say that it does this cleanly and efficiently.
> The problem I am having now is that github pages does not provid for any sort of server-side processing.
> I will be starting a JS study group at Noisebridge. Are you interested?
>> On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 8:05 AM, Romy Snowyla <romy at snowyla.com> wrote:
>> Garrett what is APE? Is there a Noisebridge wiki page on it?
>> I'm psyched to see people posting code!
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> > On Oct 14, 2013, at 10:34 AM, Garrett Smith <dhtmlkitchen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I'm new to Heroku, but not programming. I'd like to get APE up and
>> > running on Heroku using either Python or Ruby.
>> > APE is on GitHub pages now and the problem is that there is no
>> > server-side processing, so the demos and tests that use a proxy or
>> > pass parameters fail.
>> > As a larger project, I want to bring back some of the great articles
>> > from the past and put them on a new blog. I think Heroku might work
>> > for that, too.
>> > Here are a few articles:
>> > http://www.gigablast.com/get?q=&c=dmoz3&d=202360231237&cnsp=0
>> > http://www.fortybelow.ca/hosted/dhtmlkitchen/
>> > --
>> > Garrett
>> > Twitter: @dhtmlkitchen
> Twitter: @dhtmlkitchen
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