Archive for November, 2008

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Dojo workshop for all

January 26, 2009toJanuary 27, 2009

SitePen is hosting a Dojo workshop in late January 2009. Anyone who is interested in Dojo, JavaScript and technology which drives the web of today and tomorrow should attend this event.

To get a detailed overview of topics covered in the two day workshop visit the official announcement of SitePen.

Course: Getting Started with Dojo!
Date: January 26-27, 2009
Time: 9AM - 5PM daily
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Price: $995 (USD)
Skill Level: Background in Programming
Fine Print: Student responsible for all travel expenses, travel arrangements and laptop
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Tooltips from Anchors

Often times users ask how to display a TooltipDialog from something other than a DropDownButton. Until recently, I’d not thought it to be possible. I have been wrong before.

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Dojo.beer() - Munich, Germany - December 5th, 6th

December 5, 2008toDecember 6, 2008

For more information visit the related blog post here…

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[Update] - Dojo.beer() - Munich, Germany - December 5th, 6th

[Update] - After our last dojo.beer() in Berlin we are announcing the next one in Munich on Friday, December 5th and Saturday, December 6th (we better should call this one dojo.santaClaus(), shouldn’t we? ;) ).

Mayflower was so kind to offer a conference room in their office in Munich to hold a few talks, exchange know-how and talk Dojo, so our schedule will look like following.

Friday 5th:

Meeting for dinner and dojo.beer() in the evening, if you are in Munich already make sure you are at following restaurant around 8pm:

Café am Beethovenplatz
Hotel Mariandl
Goethestrasse 51
80336 München

Saturday 6th:

Main event, we will meet at 12.00 at Mayflowers office:

Mayflower GmbH
-”Mayflower GmbH”, Mannhardtstrasse 6
80538 München
Deutschland

The program will start at 1pm and you can find exact details about it here.

Looking forward to seeing you all!

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A hidden gem of Dojo.declare - overcoming the limits of multiple inheritance

One of the greatest things of dojo.declare is that it simulates one of the core elements of OO - inheritance. Moreover, it allows having several parents to the same object.

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