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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Read more - Munich, Germany - December 5th, 6th

December 5, 2008toDecember 6, 2008

For more information visit the related blog post here…

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[Update] - - Munich, Germany - December 5th, 6th

[Update] - After our last 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 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

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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