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Archive: edUi 2014

Sept. 29 - Oct. 1

Richmond, Virginia

AngularJS 101

AngularJS is a JavaScript framework that allows developers to create single page applications driven by front end code. During this session, we will be discussing AngularJS, what it is, how it works, and why you should be using it. Come learn about the main concepts such as data binding, scope, … Continue reading »

The ABCs of APIs

Unless you live completely off the grid, you’ve probably heard of APIs – after all a huge part of HTML5 relies on APIs. But once you get past those first three letters, you run into REST, HTTP, JSON, XML, RPC, SOAP, and soon you are swimming in alphabet soup. In … Continue reading »

With Drupal, Your Website is an API

What is Drupal good for? That’s easy: Content management. Most people know that, but did you know that Drupal is also good at sharing that content? Using a couple of key modules, you can turn your Drupal-powered site into a full-fledged API or web service. By serving your content out … Continue reading »

Web Components: Back to the Future of UI/UX

The year is 2020. “I just broke the app!!! :(” flashes across your smartwatch, and you nearly crash your hoverboard into a self-driving car.  The marketing director has copied some 3D video carousel HTML code from a different app, minus some important JS and CSS. “These creative people are going … Continue reading »

Streamline and Bulk Up your Google Analytics Using Google Tag Manager

Do you wish your Google Analytics gave you more information? Do you avoid requesting new analytics implementations from your developers because they’re already backlogged building more immediately visible features? This session will teach you how to use Google Tag Manager (GTM) to augment your existing analytics, then quickly deploy it.

Communicating the Value of Efficient Design

You understand the value of rapid prototyping, but you can’t seem to get the message across to your partners: project managers, department heads, administrators, developers, and other designers. They’re content to read stacks of wireframes tossed over a wall and never look back. How can you get them to embrace … Continue reading »

Better Search Through Listening

Providing access to information about archival collections online presents a number of usability challenges, including outdated interfaces which provide poor support for web crawlers, as well as content poorly suited to web display and discovery. In addition, many archives demonstrate a poor sense of their user community and their needs. … Continue reading »
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