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Cooking With Brisket

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Brisket provides the tools that you need to spend your time focusing on your application's logic rather than on "what environment is my code running in?". He will talk about why they started the project, stumbling blocks they found, and experiences building applications with it. Wayne will demo a simple app built with Brisket and illustrate what separates Brisket from every other isomorphic framework out there – “code freedom”, a familiar “just Backbone” development experience, and tools to enable developers to build robust applications.

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Cooking With Brisket

  1. 1. Wayne Warner / @wawjr3d Cooking with Brisket
  2. 2. What I do http://www.bloombergview.com
  3. 3. Reception
  4. 4. 1736 1524 8586 3764 1475 3384 1548 1808 900 700 2426 3574 712 2278 1019 1502 BloombergView.com Bloomberg.com Bing.com USATODAY.com Speed matters
  5. 5. What I do http://www.bloombergpolitics.com
  6. 6. Reception
  7. 7. Coming soon (url TBD)
  8. 8. Our MANDATE Build a site that serves HTML from the server AND behaves like a single page application on the client side
  9. 9. Why did we want that?
  10. 10. What is Isomorphic?
  11. 11. What we want 50% 0% 50% Standard site code breakdown 10% 80% 10% Code breakdown we want Server Shared Client
  12. 12. What’s out there?
  13. 13. What’s out there?
  14. 14. How do we code how we want?
  15. 15. BRISKET Bloomberg’s Isomorphic application framework Template Adapters View Rendering Workflow Routing Data Bootstrapping View Reattaching express Engine Child View Management Environment Agnostic MVC
  16. 16. A taste of Brisket
  17. 17. Stumbling Blocks
  18. 18. WINS
  19. 19. CONSUME npm install brisket FORK THE BRISKET!! http://github.com/bloomberg/brisket
  20. 20. Questions??
  21. 21. THE END Barriga llena...corazon contento!!
  22. 22. Photo Credits • “Art of sharing” by Frits Ahlefeldt-Laurvig • “Happy Panda Has Bamboo” by Joseph Bylund • Chef picture - http://pixabay.com/p-23462/?no_redirect • “Funny sign: Tripping Hazard” by Jonathan Colman • “A wild question” by Raymond Bryson • “Confused chimp” by Tambako The Jaguar • “148073543DI00120_Olympics_D” by Trcanje Rs • “Do not confuse…” by Stéfan

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