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    Don't Make These jQuery Mistakes

    Dave Methvin
    Dave Methvin
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Keynote
    Intermediate

    You can find solutions to thousands of jQuery problems on the Internet in blog posts, StackOverflow answers, or on Github. The problem is, many of those answers and code snippets are very obsolete! The web development world of 2006 that jQuery was born into is very different than the world of 2015, and jQuery has evolved to keep up. Yet there are still features inside of jQuery that only remain because of compatibility concerns, not because they're a good idea in modern web development.

    This talk will discuss features of jQuery that are best to avoid if you want a fast web site or HTML app that works with the widest range of browsers--even browsers that haven't yet been released! You'll also learn how using some of these features can make it very hard to follow modern practices such as Responsive Design. For each feature, you'll learn the modern 2015 way to do each of these tasks.

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    Securing jQuery Code

    Umadevi Santhanam
    Umadevi Santhanam
    schedule 2 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Most of us use jQuery for seemingly everything including simple stuff like processing dialog windows. While jQuery allows us the abstraction powerful abstraction around cross-browser API differences, it can also prove to be a "security nightmare" due to the ways of usage.This session will take you through common jQuery security mistakes including XSS, data validations, inline events, URL encoding, hosted plugins and how to avoid them. The session will cover tools like like JSHint,JSLint and purifiers on the client and server side to secure webapps and avoid common pitfalls.

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    Contributing to the jQuery Foundation

    Kris Borchers
    Kris Borchers
    schedule 1 year ago
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    240 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    The jQuery Foundation has a number of projects that it supports and it relies on the community of users and supporters of those projects to keep them running and healthy. From code to documentation to websites and more, we are always looking for help. In this workshop, we'll cover how to set yourself up for success when contributing to one of our projects. We'll cover topics like system configuration, filing bugs, code conventions, CLAs and more and then we'll dive in and start working on your first contributions to our projects.

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