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Recorded at: September 29, 2012
Date Posted: December 29, 2012

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Recorded at: April 25, 2014
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You just wanted to add some nice interactive functionality to your Rails app. But then one jQuery plugin turns to three, add a dash of statefulness, some error handling, and suddenly you can't sleep at night.

We'll walk through using Ember Components to test-drive a refactor until your front-end code is understandable, usable, and extensible. Armed with TDD and components, you can start to get excited, not exasperated, when asked to add advanced client-side interactions to your website.

Brandon left the world of marketing to find that creating software made him happy. Brandon lives in Austin, TX, where he helps run The Frontside, a Rails and Ember.js consultancy. Brandon's lifelong mission is to hug every developer.

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Recorded at: March 4, 2015
Date Posted: March 9, 2015

In this session, we'll investigate a few strategies for integrating browser features like WebSockets as well as third-party libraries into our ember-cli applications. We'll look at how to structure an application using standalone controllers, initializer objects, and services. Our example application will be a real-time chat application that uses WebSockets to push notification to connect clients. We'll build the application with native WebSockets and talk about how to leverage external libraries like Socket.io and Faye.

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Recorded at: April 23, 2015
Date Posted: May 7, 2015

React is the best way to bring interactive UIs to your Rails apps. But using React.js on Rails can be hard. NPM libraries are difficult to include, JSX seems nonsensical, and “can we still use CoffeeScript?”

There’s not one obvious path for working with React.js on Rails. In this talk, we’ll review the sordid past of Rails and JavaScript, explore the complementarity of React and Rails, and navigate the woes of integrating with NPM. We’ll discover why React is a natural fit for Rails today and how to make Rails love React in the future.