Talk in English - US at Day Camp 4 Developers
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/b3b6b
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SPOIL Your Users with Great Helper Libraries
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I enjoyed the content of Keith's presentation and think his comments were very valuable. I'm looking forward to reviewing his presentation again!
Thanks for the ideas on helper libraries, Keith! The content was interesting, unfortunately I have little experience in this yet, but look forward to implementing APIs. (I have a few projects lined up that will be API-based.)
I only gave 4 stars on this one because I didn't feel quite as engaged as I could have. Would have like to see code examples show both a bad and a good version (I think the concise code example was showing only the long version, would have like to see what a concise version might look like.)
Thanks for presenting, will check out your book as well! :)
I didn't really realize how important building helper libraries is. The presentation made it pretty clear that it is, especially for apis aimed for public use. Again thanks for the great content!
Great talk. I liked the idea of starting with your docs and working backwards from there...I've found that approach helpful myself. You briefly mentioned the use of HAL+JSON in some of your own API work, which I'd never heard of and which sent me off researching that, and of course I immediately stumbled across http://jsonapi.org/faq/ which says not to use HAL+JSON :) Anyway, I enjoyed the talk.
Good organization and flow. Quotable.
I like the suggestion to reach out to others for expertise on creating helper libraries in the language's natural style.
This is the second time I've seen Keith give this presentation and I was still blown away by how educational, yet humorous it was! Worth seeing a third time!!!