Posts Tagged ‘Dojo’

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Right from Sweden and on very short notice I want to post two events which are coming up this week.

Thanks to Mark Wubben (@novemberborn) who is living not far from Malmoe, there will be a”Malmoe”) tomorrow, thursday, november 5th at following bar:

The Green Lion Inn,
Skeppsbron 9-11,
211 20 Malmö
040-97 63 63



And on friday 6th of november there will be a”Berlin”), the perfect opening event for this weekend. Thanks to Malte Ubl (@cramforce) for helping out on setting this one up.

More details on the location:

Looking forward to seeing you all there

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uxebu & SitePen - Dojo workshop in Europe, May 7th/8th

May 7, 2009toMay 8, 2009

uxebu and SitePen are offering a two day Dojo workshop in Munich, Germany - May 7th and 8th 2009.

This first-time co-operation is a unique chance to get to learn from some of the Dojo creators and to get deep insight into development techniques using the Dojo Toolkit.

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Inject Dojo

Sad to say, most of the web doesnt yet use dojo. But that needn’t stop you. Inject Dojo
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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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Dojo on AIR - II - dair

SitePen has released the amazing package (and namespace if you want) called dair which will help all the ones out there who are wanting to develop applications using Dojo and Adobe AIR.

Dair gives you all the power of Dojo, same methodology, same syntax, to control Adobe AIR functionality so you won’t even notice that you are accessing the AIR Api, it makes writing code so much easier.

To get started right away, go check out the SitePen project page or download it straight from here

I’ve seen some cool applications out there using Adobe AIR and hope that this will push the development of AIR applications using the Dojo Toolkit, these two tools make a very powerful combination, the sky is your limit ;)

Go dair!