Think Addict Group

This group was started to bring the community of software designers, programmers and user experience addicts together to share, learn, educate, create and drink.

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Past events

  • ThinkAddict :: Ruby On Rails :: Authentication

    Wed, 18 Jul 2012, 01:30 - 03:30 in Stockton, United States

    This will be a semi-introductory talk about ruby on rails and user authentication. We will create a basic rails application (with bootstrap, of course) where our users will have several options to authenticate to our site. They will be able to register directly, or sign in using Facebook, Github, Twitter, Dropbox, .... and more. As well as link each to their single account.While Ruby on Rails centric, the concept can be applied across languages which we will explore in future meet ups.

  • Single Page Applications - Javascript - ThinkAddict Monthly Meetup

    Wed, 20 Jun 2012, 01:30 - 03:30 in Stockton, United States

    Since I've spend the last several months using Javascript 100%, I've got a new appreciation for it. I figure I will share with the group some of the things that have blown my mind.We will be looking at several different javascript libraries for our app. The goal is to end up with a single app that adapts automatically to mobile, tablet, or web and has loosely coupled, modular and easily maintainable code.Here is an overview of some of the libraries:- jQuery- Twitter Bootstrap

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