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Meet up

Embedded Platforms

Tuesday, 8th March at Skills Matter, London

This meetup was organised by London HalfStack in March 2011

This month, Nikolai Onken will be talking about EmbedJS. EmbedJS is a JavaScript framework for embedded devices (mobile phones, TVs, etc). It takes a different approach than other frameworks by shipping just the code needed for each device. That means, there's less code going over the wire, less code branching at runtime and less memory usage.

Introduction to Embedded Platforms

Dylan Scheimann gives an introduction to Embedded Javascript

Embed.JS & Embedded Platforms

This month, Nikolai Onken will be talking about EmbedJS. EmbedJS is a JavaScript framework for embedded devices (mobile phones, TVs, etc). It takes a different approach than other frameworks by shipping just the code needed for each device. That means, there's less code going over the wire, less code branching at runtime and less memory usage.

Nikolai Onken

Nikolai Onken has been developing web applications since 1997 and since then never moved away from that route. He is committer of the Dojo Toolkit, co-founder of DojoCampus.org and co-founded uxebu in 2008.

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Overview

This month, Nikolai Onken will be talking about EmbedJS. EmbedJS is a JavaScript framework for embedded devices (mobile phones, TVs, etc). It takes a different approach than other frameworks by shipping just the code needed for each device. That means, there's less code going over the wire, less code branching at runtime and less memory usage.

Introduction to Embedded Platforms

Dylan Scheimann gives an introduction to Embedded Javascript

Embed.JS & Embedded Platforms

This month, Nikolai Onken will be talking about EmbedJS. EmbedJS is a JavaScript framework for embedded devices (mobile phones, TVs, etc). It takes a different approach than other frameworks by shipping just the code needed for each device. That means, there's less code going over the wire, less code branching at runtime and less memory usage.

Nikolai Onken

Nikolai Onken has been developing web applications since 1997 and since then never moved away from that route. He is committer of the Dojo Toolkit, co-founder of DojoCampus.org and co-founded uxebu in 2008.

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