Its been a great week so far, its the last day for Ortus Developer Week 2016, and we still have 5 great sessions for you. We start today off bright and early, 7am PST with a bonus session from Alex Muramoto bringing us Ionic 2: More Framework, More Hybrid, More Better. Dive into whats new with Ionic, from an actual Ionic Developer Advocate. We are also going to see presentations on Realtime Web Sockets, Couchbase and its new N1QL SQL like querying language, Advanced HTML 5 features and a closing session, where we'll give you a hand on walkthrough using box products, building a module and submitting
For those those have not heard of ODW, it is a series of FREE and live webinars hosted by the Ortus Team and seasoned developers from around the world. These sessions will cover software development, web and mobile, and usage of any of our open source and commercial products. After a busy conference season, ODW gives you 1 more action packed week of sessions, enjoyable without travel & TSA, all from the comfort of your own office. If the sessions are too distracting to watch while you work, we record all the sessions, and make them available for later viewing as well.
7am PST / 9am CST - Ionic 2: More Framework, More Hybrid, More Better — presented by Alex Muramoto
9am PST / 11am CST - Realtime Web Sockets — presented by Giancarlo Gomez
Web Sockets are great for realtime activites, find out when and why you should use them, and how you could be using them already without knowing it.
CFCouchbase 2.0 + N1QL — presented by Aaron Benton
Couchbase 2.0 is an amazing NoSQL option, and now with this SQL like query language N1QL, its even easier to switch to a NoSql DB. Must see presentation.
Even More HTML5 — presented by Nolan Erck
HTML5 has been finalized but the spec is so big, browser makers have been slow to implement all the features. Still, several new (and useful) things have been making their way into the latest builds of FireFox and Chrome (and those other guys too) that are worth noting. Maybe you can stop relying on so many third-part libraries now. Maybe things that required hacks in CSS before can now be done easily. Let's find out!
Build a ContentBox Module and Publish with CommandBox to Forgebox.io — presented by TEAM
A lot of interest in ContentBox, CommandBox and Forgebox, lead us to add this last minute session to the schedule when a speaker had to cancel his session. In this session we will walk through the process of building a ContentBox module - LIVE CODE. Then we will get it ready to publish to ForgeBox.io with CommandBox. This is going to be a great walkthrough, with myself, Gavin Pickin, and Brad Wood.
Last day, don't miss it.
If you do, you can always watch the recordings later.
Thanks for everyone who has contributed to Ortus Developer Week, and we hope everyone who has attended has learned a lot.