064 JSJ Ember Tools with Ryan Florence

JavaScript Jabber

Panel Ryan Florence (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Merrick Christensen (twitter github) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)Discussion01:28 - Ryan Florence Introduction Instructure Canvas Network03:04 - Ember 10105:03 - Ember.js Workflow 047 JSJ Specialized vs Monolithic with James Halliday and Tom Dale ember-tools07:14 - CommonJS vs RequireJS r.js browser-build09:58 - prego11:39 - Generators14:45 - Testing16:15 - Yeoman Yeoman generators20:49 - Scaffolding Handlebars.js21:33 - Ember blessing ember-tools Ember.js - Making Ember.js Easier24:19 - Using ember-tools in Rails Creating Browser Apps as Part of Express of Rails (etc.)25:27 - Scaffolding (cont’d)26:53 - Adapting an existing project to ember-tools29:59 - Dbmon30:59 - Canvas Edu Apps (learning apps built on LTI™)32:44 - node.js34:24 - Modules38:59 - Contributing to ember-tools41:46 - StatePicks vim-clutch (Merrick) Star Wars: Heir to the Empire by Timothy Zahn (Joe) America’s Got Talent (Joe) Man of Steel (Joe) The Internship (Joe) Help Save Podcasting! | Electronic Frontier Foundation (Chuck) Stuff You Should Know (Chuck) Fringe (Chuck) Capgras Syndrome: You Are Not Who You Think You Are (The Stuff You Should Know Podcast) (Ryan) MIDI.js (Ryan) JS Bin (Ryan) Lifetime Products Swing Sets (Ryan) Uncooked Flour Tortillas (Ryan)Next WeekJavaScript Jabber: Javascript Application Build Tools with Adam HawkinsTranscriptMERRICK: What’s up gentlemen?JOE: Like I said, just making toot lips.JAMISON: Isn’t toot lip like a flower of some kind? The JavaScript flower?JOE: Doesn’t smell like a flower.CHUCK: [Laughter][hosting and bandwidth provided by the blue box group. check them out at bluebox.net.] [This episode is sponsored by Component One, makers of Wijmo. If you need stunning UI elements or awesome graphs and charts, then go to Wijmo.com and check them out.] [This podcast is sponsored by JetBrains, makers of WebStorm. Whether you’re working with Node.js or building the front end of your web application, WebStorm is the tool for you. It has great code quality and code exploration tools and works with HTML5, Node, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, Harmony, LESS, Sass, Jade, JSLint, JSHint, and the Google closure compiler. Check it out at JetBrains.com/WebStorm.]CHUCK: Hey everybody, and welcome to Episode 64 of the JavaScript Jabber Show. This week on our panel, we have Jamison Dance.JAMISON: Hello friends.CHUCK: Joe Eames.JOE: Hey there.CHUCK: Merrick Christensen.MERRICK: What’s up?CHUCK: I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.TV. And this week, we have a special guest, Ryan Florence.RYAN: Hey, how’s it going?CHUCK: So, you haven’t been on the show before. Do you want to introduce yourself?RYAN: Sure. Ryan Florence. I’m from Utah like a lot of you guys. I’ve been writing JavaScript for five years now or something like that. I just picked it up. I was sick of the engineers at my company telling me that things were impossible. So, I started to show them that it was possible and then ended up getting paid more money.CHUCK: Is that at Instructure or is that somewhere else?RYAN: No, that was at a company actually in Idaho.CHUCK: Ah, I see.RYAN: So now, I work at Instructure. We build a learning management system for schools and universities. We also have Canvas.net, which is open courses for anyone to take. There are some pretty interesting ones on there like gender and comic books, things like that. It’s a fun place to work, fun product to work on.CHUCK: Yeah, you inherited a lot of my old coworkers. I used to work for Mozy.RYAN: Yeah, half our engineering team used to be Mozy. But I think we have offset them at this point.

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