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Moving to Dojo 1.7 and the path to 2.0

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With the upcoming 1.7 release, The Dojo Toolkit is beginning to introduce major structural and architectural changes in the toolkit, setting the path for their new major 2.0 release due in 2012.

With the upcoming 1.7 release, The Dojo Toolkit is beginning to introduce major structural and architectural changes in the toolkit, setting the path for their new major 2.0 release due in 2012.

These fundamental changes to the architecture and technologies underpinning the toolkit will dramatically change how we write Dojo applications in the future, bringing with it huge benefits in performance, cross-library compatibility and support for mobile platforms.

In this presentation, I'll be walking through these changes, explaining the benefits and how it'll impact developers. I'll also be providing migration tips to help you start taking advantage of these benefits in your application today, based upon my experience using Dojo 1.7 on the Watson project.

This talk will be technical in nature, aiming at developers and team leads who are using the toolkit in their products or on client engagements.

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  • robertperry16568 Robert Perry Been trying to learn Dojo from 'Dojo: The Definitive Guide' but being published in 2008 it is a bit dated. Yet it is a nice tour and I like going through it better than the online tutorial. These slides made a nice road map for me. They plus the online API reference is really helping me put it all together. But the time I finish the book and browse the tutorial for missed concepts and tricks, I should be in good shape. 1 year ago
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  • cfxram Rob Meidal, Software Architect at NetApplogic Nice slides. 2 years ago
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  • MartinPacker Martin Packer, Principal Systems Investigator at IBM Nice! Time to get the Matthew Russell book updated. 2 years ago
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