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    Kendo UI Core - Open Source Framework for HTML5 Apps

    Lohith
    Lohith
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    HTML5 based apps are fast becoming the norm in the Web Application world. Thanks to browser adopting the HTML5 specs quickly we are able to get the support in the browser faster than expected. If you are planning to build a HTML5 based Web App you need a framework which can understand HTML5 out of the box. Introducing Kendo UI Core - A Free Open Source Client Side JavaScript Framework which is based on HTML5. Its a complete package which includes DataSource, MVVM, Templating, Validation, Globalization and Widgets. Attend this session to know what Kendo UI Core has to offer you and your project. At the end of this session you will be familiar with all the things Kendo UI has to offer and you will only need this package for all your needs.

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    Big Data Visualizations made easy using D3

    aman khan
    aman khan
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Beginner

    Advances in technology is leading to an exponential growth of available data. However, there is a significant difference between possessing data and making sense of it. Data visualization helps to overcome this issue by representing relevant data in an easy to understand manner, and is even more important in the field of Health Care as data in this case may have a direct impact on human life. Data-Driven Documents (D3) is a modern day tool which helps in creating interactive visualizations of complex data and does so easily by binding data with elements in a document.

     During this presentation, we will understand the meaning and importance of relevant data-visualization, types of data-visualization and the factors that come into play when choosing a particular type of visualization. We will also learn about D3 as a visualization tool and go through some examples of visualizations using D3. We will also focus on importance of visualizations from the perspective of Healthcare.

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    What can you do with Virtual DOM on the server?

    Shashi Gowda
    Shashi Gowda
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Beginner
    Facebook's React pioneered the idea of the Virtual DOM - a clever trick which resulted in a framework that supports a declarative programming style, allows pleasant modularity, and surprising efficiency. This talk will explore the ability to represent a web application as the Virtual DOM on the server side. The Escher.jl Julia package is attempt to implement these ideas. Escher introduces two twists in the usual Virtual DOM story:
     
    1. Extend the Virtual DOM idea to HTML5 Custom Elements. In Escher, things like event listeners, entities that send messages over web sockets are custom elements. You can attach these to other elements to make them behave in interesting ways. Escher also comes out-of-the box with a rich library of pure functions that result in DOM nodes. These DOM nodes address various needs: Markdown, Vector Graphics (via Compose), Plots (via Gadfly), LaTeX, Layouts, Typography, Styles, Input Widgets, Clickable and Keyboard behaviors, even pages, tabs, menus, slideshows are all supported out-of-the box. This is done using Escher's custom elements (mostly the bits that support FRP) and the Polymer library (everything else, pretty much).  This library is entirely functional, and deals only with immutable values.
     
    2. Represent DOM on the server side: The Patchwork.jl package provides the ability to represent DOM on the server. It is essentially a mirror of a VDom node in virtual-dom - a pure JavaScript Virtual DOM library by Matt Esch. Escher sends the browser a JSON formatted Virtual DOM, and subsequently, sequences of patches sent as the UI needs to change.
     
    Escher works seamlessly with Reactive.jl - an FRP library derived from the Elm language's Signal library written for Julia. The result is a strangely beautiful pure Julia web programming experience which lets you do beautiful and bold visualizations of data, write interactive / explorable explanations, and teach better.
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