Videos tagged with Yahoo!
In this talk, delivered at Yahoo! on December 3, 2008, YUI engineer and accessibility specialist Todd Kloots introduces you to ARIA and provides some insights gleaned from his work in bringing ARIA support to a host of YUI widgets.
Nicholas Zakas is the author of the YUI Test component. In this talk from the 2008 Yahoo! Frontend Engineering Summit, he covers test-driven development in the browser, walking through the fundamental concepts of TDD and then applying those to some specific use cases.
In this 2008 talk at Yahoo!, performance specialist Nicole Sullivan outlines a set of practical guidelines for building websites that are supremely fast and visually rich. Her advice is to know your craft, to engage your designers, and to make sure that your collaboration with designers works intelligently in the service of users.
Nate Koechley, one of the first frontened engineers hired at Yahoo!, shares some of the wisdom he's gathered in eight years studying the discipline and curating some of the best ideas and practices to emerge from it.
In this 2009 talk, Satyen Desai, a Sr. Engineer on the YUI team and one of the key YUI 3 developers, discusses the early design goals for YUI 3 and the architectural decisions that were driven by those goals.
Jenny Donnelly, senior YUI engineer and author of the YUI 2 DataSource, AutoComplete and DataTable components, provides a hacker's guide to the use of YUI 2 in rapid-prototyping situations.
YUI Engineer and accessibility specialist Todd Kloots discusses the development of accessibility features in the YUI 3 codeline.
Charles McCathieNevile, Opera's Chief Standards Officer, talks about the Dragonfly debugger debuting with Opera 10.