Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Yet More Ajax Experience Videos: Frameworks

Category: The Ajax Experience, Video

<>p>And, more Ajax Experience videos! This post’s theme is “Frameworks”:

New Features in DWR Version 3 with Joe Walker

Dojo Fundamentals with Alex Russell

JavaScript Library Overview with John Resig

The Road to Cappuccino with Francisco Tolmasky

MooTools: An Overview with Aaron Newton

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happy Moo Year to all of us.

Comment by nunziofiore — February 3, 2009

Nice…I like how you slowly release these too…very dealer-like. ;-)

The Dojo video looks interesting and Mr. Resig never disappoints…

Comment by JoeMcCann — February 3, 2009

By the way, the videos each seem to “crash” after 5-7 minutes. Tried watching the Dojo video 5x and to no avail.

Are there alternate links to download these videos?

Comment by JoeMcCann — February 3, 2009

Watching the Dojo video on FF, blew the memory usage out to 1.9g’s… however when using GChrome to watch the video, normal memory usage!

Comment by alarum — February 3, 2009

Can we provider video of Ext JS? for our ext users

Comment by KKFC — February 3, 2009

Is there going to be any clue as to where these videos actually are this time?

All these posts talking about them, and I’ve never seen a single one!

Comment by ExtAnimal — February 4, 2009

For those who don’t know, using firebug you can download the video:
copy the link from the link button. Open it in a new tab and hit play. open firebug and click the All button then the Net tab. scroll to the GET request that’s 100-200 megabytes, and there is your download link. Then use gmplayer or whatever your player of choice is for flv files.

Comment by TNO — February 4, 2009

Wow TNO, nice work…I was trying that before, but clearly looking in the wrong place. Thanks!

Comment by JoeMcCann — February 8, 2009

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