YUI Theater — Dav Glass: "Using Node.js and YUI 3" (36 min.)

By YUI TeamSeptember 29, 2010

Dav Glass speaks about YUI 3 and Node.js at Yahoo on September 16, 2010.

Ryan Dahl's work on Node.js — and the community forming around that project — has joined HTML5 as one of the big stories of 2010. YUI engineer Dav Glass has been working to make YUI 3 a powerful ally for Node.js implementers, and in this video he shows you what he's done so far — including demos of progressively enhanced widgets running the same code on client and server. Don't miss this one.

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