Videos tagged with Yahoo!
YQL engineer Nagesh Susarla explores the power of YQL execute in the creation of powerful YQL open data tables.
Yahoo! Front Page engineer, author and YUI contributor Nicholas Zakas talks about the new standalone YUI Test project which has been broken out from its YUI 2 and YUI 3 roots.
Liferay engineers Nate Cavanaugh and Eduardo Lundgren talk about the dozens of high quality YUI 3 components contributed by their AlloyUI project to the YUI 3 Gallery.
Node.js creator Ryan Dahl delivers one of the most technical (and amusing) talks at YUIConf 2010, diving into the details of Node.js's present state and future roadmap.
Yahoo! Mail frontend engineer Dan Hunt describes the creation of the newest version of Yahoo! Mail, rewritten from the ground up using YUI 3.
Mirek Grymuza and Josh Gordineer are members of the team that brings you YQL, the remarkable Yahoo data service that turns the internet into a database accessible via familiar SQL-style syntax. In this talk from YUIConf 2010, they provide a baseline introduction to YQL's history, features, and core uses.
In one of the most creative presentations at YUIConf 2010, YUI developer Allen Rabinovich reflects on the many different roles played by frontend engineers as part of their natural generative process.
A robust loading strategy is one of the most important elements of optimization for high traffic websites. YUI 3's Loader is both powerful and elegant, and learning how to leverage it is a must for YUI developers. In this YUIConf 2010 session, Yahoo! frontend engineer and YUI contributor Caridy Patiño provides a technical overview of loading strategies employed on Yahoo! Search.
YUI developer Dav Glass introduces the work he's done to bring YUI 3's power to Node.js.
Christian Heilmann describes how to use YQL sensibly to create robust, innovative applications with immediate scalability.