In this 5 minute interview with Charles Wyke-Smith, CEO @BublishMe we talk about Web Professional Trends in Web Development and Design for 2014 and:
• A shift to applications that have two binding associated with them
• Trends that will save you time and money
• Front end frameworks like NodeJS. Angular, Ember and Backbone
• JSON Databases
• Moving from Sql to JSON formats
• Benefits of Angular to both Web developers and designers
• Roles, responsibilities and skills for Web developers and Web designers alike
• Underscore and handlebars and resources for Web designers
What is Ember?
Ember.js is free, open source resource for Web professionals. According to EmberJS, Ember is a framework for creating ambitious web applications. Write dramatically less code with Ember’s Handlebars integrated templates that update automatically when the underlying data changes. Don’t waste time making trivial choices. Ember.js incorporates common idioms so you can focus on what makes your app special, not reinventing the wheel. Ember.js is built for productivity. Designed with developer ergonomics in mind, its friendly APIs help you get your job done—fast. For additional information visit http://emberjs.com/
Backbone.js gives structure to web applications by providing models with key-value binding and custom events, collections with a rich API of enumerable functions, views with declarative event handling, and connects it all to your existing API over a RESTful JSON interface. For additional information visit Backbone.js
Handlebars provides the power necessary to let you build semantic templates effectively with no frustration.
Mustache templates are compatible with Handlebars, so you can take a Mustache template, import it into Handlebars, and start taking advantage of the extra Handlebars features. For additional information visit http://handlebarsjs.com/
About Charles Wyke –Smith
For additional information visit ttp://www.stylinwithcss.com/
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