Videos tagged with Yahoo!
Christian Heilmann describes how to use YQL sensibly to create robust, innovative applications with immediate scalability.
Anthony Pipkin, a prolific YUI contributor, presents the first part of a two-part series on how to move from implementing simple functionality in YUI 3 to producing modular, reusable components that leverage YUI 3's component infrastructure (including widgets and plugins).
In this YUI Open Hours session from March 29, 2012, we review some of the new and updated examples that went into 3.5.0.
In this YUI Open Hours session from March 22, 2012, we review what went into 3.5.0 Preview Releases 3 and 4. http://www.yuiblog.com/blog/2012/03/21/yui-3-5-0-pr4/
ArenaNet engineer and YUI contributor Pat Cavit presents the second part of a two-part series on how to move from implementing simple functionality in YUI 3 to producing modular, reusable components that leverage YUI 3's component infrastructure (including widgets and plugins).
At the February 6, 2012 BayJax event at Yahoo!, Flickr Frontend Engineer and SoundManager developer Scott Schiller uncovered HTML5 audio's dark and dirty secrets, and explained why he thinks both HTML5 audio and Flash audio have their place. Then he wowed the audience with a couple of spectacular live demos that you won't want to miss.
Yahoo! frontend engineer and YUI contributor Gonzalo Cordero discusses his TreeView implementation which was recently posted to the YUI 3 Gallery. This lighter incarnation of Treeview is built upon YUI 3's Parent-Child module and already boasts a feature-rich and easy-to-implement API and a robust set of events.
Yahoo! engineering intern Tilo Mitra introduces the YUI 3 data-lifecycle toolkit, including facilities for data sources, schemas, and the new-for-3.3.0 YUI DataTable widget.