Javascript Tools and Frameworks Faves

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Good starter. Thanks!

Rated 5

Anonymous at 10:24 on 20 Oct 2011

This was a great presentation due to her knowledge, examples and explanation of the code.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 10:51 on 20 Oct 2011

This was a good talk on jQuery. I however felt that the title of the talk was misleading. I expected mention on more than one framework.

Like "Anon" I was expecting a compare and contrast of some leading Frameworks, based on the talk's name. Though, looking back, I realize that the name wasn't misleading at all, merely my interpretation of it.

Anna did a fantastic job of detailing several tools and her own framework favorites. Which is to say, her favorite plugins for her framework of choice.

I am a prototype.js user, but recently I've been seeing a lot of things pointing me towards jQuery. This talk probably pushed me over that line.

Hopefully for the best!

Rated 4

Anonymous at 13:27 on 25 Oct 2011

I did not attend this session, but was at zendcon, the slides are nice, but I was expecting something more along the lines of integrating JS into ZF, like this http://37signals.com/svn/posts/1587-introducing-sprockets-javascript-dependency-management-and-concatenation granted there wasn't anything leading me to the thinking it would be about this besides that it was a JS session at a php conference.

But GREAT slides! glad to see most of the commonly used plugins I used are on your list.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 13:27 on 25 Oct 2011

I did not attend this session, but was at zendcon, the slides are nice, but I was expecting something more along the lines of integrating JS into ZF, like this http://37signals.com/svn/posts/1587-introducing-sprockets-javascript-dependency-management-and-concatenation granted there wasn't anything leading me to the thinking it would be about this besides that it was a JS session at a php conference.

But GREAT slides! glad to see most of the commonly used plugins I used are on your list.