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Presentation from the first HelsinkiJS meetup

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    Create JS  - A new kind of web editing interface Create JS - A new kind of web editing interface Presentation Transcript

    • Create
    • “Build a CMS, no forms allowed”
    • Just Edit
    • CMS and JavaScript mustagree on the content model
    • RDFa: Your Content, Explained
    • RDFa: Your Content, Explained
    • Suddenly JavaScript can understand
    • Bonus: SEO
    • Entering editing state
    • Editing and saving
    • VIE – Bridging RDFa to JavaScript● MIT license, developed by IKS Project on GitHub● Depends on Backbone.js and jQuery● Load RDFa entities as JavaScript objects● Sync changes to server, and to DOM● References enable list manipulation● Change events● http://viejs.org
    • Monolithic approach Decoupled approach Web Editing Tool Content Management System Web Framework Database Content Repository
    • Web Editing ToolHTML+RDFa JSON-LD over REST Web Framework
    • Communicating changes to server
    • Shared JavaScript CMS API
    • Get started with VIE1. Mark up your content with RDFa2. Include vie.js to your pages3. Implement Backbone.sync
    • http://createjs.org/
    • Questions? henri.bergius@nemein.com @bergiehttp://vieJS.org http://createJS.org