At this YUIConf 2012 talk, Daniel Stockman, a front-end engineer at Zillow, talks about refactoring Zillow's most-trafficked pages using YUI App Framework and reflects on his team's experience with YUI, the structure of their code, and the art of compromise in fast-paced software development.
In this series of short lightning talks from YUIConf 2012, Gopal Venkatesan of Yahoo! Mail talks about the Yahoo! Mail add-ons called Tictacs, Stephen Murphy of Yahoo! Search discusses development with Gear.JS, Leonardo Alvarez from Yahoo! Finance talks about Mjata Charts, and Simon Hojberg from Swipely describes Behavior-Driven Development for YUI,
In this YUIConf 2012 presentation, Derek Gathright, an engineer on YUI Team, talks about the ScrollView module, and discusses its overall concept, purpose, and use-cases, diving into various implementations and reviewing interested code snippets (gesture events, 3D), and concludes with some tips and "gotchas" along with a roadmap for where the ScrollView development is headed.
In this talk from YUIConf 2012, LIngyan Zhu, a frontend and applications engineer at Yahoo! Finance, talks about developing highly interactive and data-centric web applications using Mjata.js, an extensible YAF-based library for building robust data models and services for JS MVC architectures.
In this talk presented at YUIConf 2012, Yahoo! frontend engineer and YUI 3 Cookbook author Evan Goer discusses the principles behind clear and logical writing, and methods for organizing prose at the micro level. Evan also talks about ways of avoiding bad advice and focusing on what truly matters in writing. According to him, "this is the stuff your college writing instructors should have taught you, but probably didn't."
In this presentation from YUIConf 2012, Mojito engineer Caridy Patiño talks about the Mojito project and its usefulness for YUI developers. In particular, Caridy discusses Mojito's rich offering of boilerplate and building capabilities for YUI projects, with a variety of options to build traditional YUI web apps, mobile apps to deploy on devices, and Node.JS applications as well. Caridy also describes how Mojito leverages YUI library and YUI tool chains to build at scale.
In this talk from YUIConf 2012, the SmugMug sorcerer and former YUI team member Luke Smith provides a walkthrough of the fundamentals of Y.Attribute and its various incarnations, going through the runtime execution of its API, explaining configurations and the rationale for using them, exploring their relationship to events, and how they are merged when extending or mixing classes.