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1. I need you as a panelist at my Max UnConference presentation!

A ColdFusion Unconference Event -- and you are welcome to be a panelist!  The topic is "best practices of a Modern ColdFusion Developer"  You do not need to be an expert. You just need an opinion.  I am sure you have one of those!

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Tags: AdobeMax, Fishbowl, Elliott Sprehn, Ben Forta, Matt Gifford, CodeBassRadio
2. Intro to AngularJS, JavaScript Done Right - Elliott Sprehn

Angular is a new kind of JavaScript framework. Built for creating complex ajax applications the framework supports an MVC development model and integrated dependency injection system. In addition a client side template compiler with customizable language and syntax support makes designing and creating applications a breeze. You can create custom tags that compile into your own HTML widgets and easily integrate third party libraries. Even better, the template language supports two way data binding just like Flex 4!

The tag based templates and custom tag support will make any CF developer feel right at home on both the client and the server. And it'll make any Flex developer enjoy writing HTML5 applications again because it brings the power of MXML to your browser.

Testing is also fantastically easy with Angular. The framework integrates with the BDD testing framework Jasmine and with the continuous unit testing system JsTD. There's even an End-to-End test runner provided that lets you script your UI and write tests that exercise the real UI in a browser.

 

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Tags: AngularJS, Elliott Sprehn
3. Test Driven Development in JavaScript with JsTD and Jasmine

Test Driven Development (TDD) and it's cousin Behavior Driven Development (BDD) are certainly not new, but the way we write tests and how easy they are to run is! Jasmine is a fantasticJavaScript BDD testing framework that has a simple syntax with lots of expressiveness when you need it. Combined with JavaScript Test Driver (JsTD) which allows you to continuously run your tests from your editor on every save and doing TDD becomes a breeze. JsTD even has Eclipse integration so you can install it in CFBuilder or FlexBuilder if you're working on HTML5 AIR applications.

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Tags: jsTD, Elliott Sprehn, TDD, BDD
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