This is a talk that I first gave at SkillsMatter in London in April 2011.
Links and Downloads
- The Video (thanks to SkillsMatter)
- Thanks to the awesome folks at SkillsMatter, the full talk is available online.
- Slide Deck (Abode PDF, 2.2Mb)
- Including my speaker's notes, which (1) include links, resource and attributes, and (2) remind you exactly what the Ferrari picture means.
- BomberJS (aka CartmanJS) at Github
- The complete code to the websocket/nodeJS iPhone demo at the end of the talk.
You can use the code for whatever you like. You can download the slides to review and share, but you may not use these slides as part of a public presentation without my permission. A great deal of work goes into a talk like this, and the slide deck is only a part of it. If you want to use them in your own material, please contact me and I'm sure we can work something out.
Oh, and Eric Cartman's likeness is used without permission. Please don't sue me, Matt and Trey. I love you guys.
Basically everything that ended up in my "JS Talk" bookmarks folder whilst I was preparing this talk. In no particular order.
- The Princeton Mathematics Community in the 1930s (PMC05)
- Journal of a Programmer: Coders at Work: Brendan Eich
HTML5 and JS App Stuff
- HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome.
- How to Make an HTML5 iPhone App
- Safari Web Content Guide: Configuring Web Applications
- AppCache Internals
- web applications - Can I clear a webapp in Chrome? - Stack Overflow
- Mozilla reference on the HTMLMediaElement
- coolaj86/iphone-html5-offline-app-demo - GitHub
- A better application cache manifest « Dawn Budge
- Offline Application Cache