Upcoming FubuMVC Webinar: F102 – FubuMVC In Action

As I mentioned before, I’m currently hosting weekly webinars on Fridays at 10:00am CST. This week will be the second installment of these webinars and will focus on seeing and using FubuMVC in Action.

I’ve asked the attendees of the previous webinar to contribute some ideas on what to build, but I welcome any and all suggestions.

Here’s a brief overview of what we’ll cover:

  • View Engines and HTML Conventions
  • Validation
  • Custom Behaviors
  • Bootstrapping
  • Partials

Clear your schedule and join us this Friday: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/216396262

 

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About Josh Arnold

Josh is team lead at Extend Health and a principal developer on the Fubu-family of frameworks. He is a proud husband, terrified but excited father, passionate software guy and coach, closet musician, aspiring man of God, and a perpetual learner.
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  • http://sm-art.biz Artëm Smirnov

    Arghh missed this one! Please tell us if/when a recording will be available!

  • Prz.

    Josh, your webinars are great!
    You’re asking for suggestions, so here is mine:
    I think the best way to bring users some knowledge is making example app, bigger than simple post/get and than orginize Q&A session. I mean something with:
    - authorization
    - user registration
    - content caching
    - render partials views
    - making html helpers
    - custom routing rules
    - etc.
    - similar to Nerd Dinner (?)

    I know that it would be much more time consuming for you and rest of the team but in my opinion it would be priceless for many people.

    • Anonymous

      @Prz,

      Thanks for the feedback :) I think I’ll try and push for a contact manager – with permissions and authorization for next week’s FubuMVC In Action. I think we can touch on all of those points with that one.