BrisJS - Brisbane JavaScript

JavaScript technical programming group. Group encompasses JS related products such as nodeJS, jQuery, CoffeeScript and SproutCore.

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Past events

  • Goodbye Geoffrey

    Thu, 5 Apr 2012, 08:00 - 10:00 in Spring Hill, Australia

    Long time member and organiser of the Javascript meetup, Geoffrey Donaldson, is leaving town for NSW.Let us remember the good times over some drinks this Thursday evening at Archive in West End. Archive has a fine selection of boutique beers. Table booked for Donaldson at 6pm.If you're keen to say your goodbyes, please come along and bid him adieu.

  • Node Knockout Roundup

    Mon, 5 Sep 2011, 08:00 - 10:00 in Toowong, Australia

    NODE KNOCKOUT ROUNDUPThis month the two Brisbane teams will come show the product they made in 48 hours for the Node Knockout Competition. *See what was made *Find out how *Hear about the issues and they solved themLightning talks *Trees - Geoffrey *jquery-oembed-all - AndrewAll are welcome to stand up and talk about something new or you learnt in the last month.. (no presentation required)Be there by 6pm for 6:15pm start

  • Game Engines and SproutCore 1.5 Feature Preview

    Mon, 4 Apr 2011, 08:00 - 10:00 in Toowong, Australia

    Crafty is a JavaScript game engine based on the Entity Component system and with jQuery like syntax. It automatically optimizes drawing on canvas and supports DOM for cross browser support (even IE6). The talk will include how Crafty optimizes canvas drawing as well as utilizing the entity component system to easily and quickly make games.Louis Stowasser is a third-year student at UQ studying IT and majoring in Information Systems (databases). Currently a tutor for Intro to Database systems.

  • TinyMCE - A JavaScript HTML Editor

    Mon, 7 Feb 2011, 08:00 - 10:00 in Brisbane, Australia

    TinyMCE is one of the top open source wysiwyg html editors. It is easy tointegrate and provides a range of rich options, and a active community withplugins and add ons. In this talk you will learn how to integrate TinyMCE intoa webpage, some of the configuration options, and how to write a simple plugin.Rob Dawson is currently the Director of Engineering for the newly formed JavaScriptEditing Solutions Department at Ephox. Rob's been doing Java and JavaScript

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