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The sudden dominance of HTML5, JavaScript, and related technologies such as Node were hot topics at OSCON 2012. With this complete video compilation, you’ll get more than a dozen JavaScript and HTML5 sessions presented at the conference. Learn about the latest trends from the experts, such as David Pacheco (Joyent), Scott Davis (ThirstyHead.com), Alice Boxhall (Google), and many more.

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Table of Contents

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Building Big Apps with Node.JS - Rik Arends

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00:42:18

Declarative web data visualization using ClojureScript - Kevin Lynagh

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00:35:17

Essential Node.js for Web Developers - Mike Amundsen

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00:42:26

JavaScript Libraries You Aren't Using...Yet - Nathaniel Schutta

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00:39:47

Location, Location, Location: Mastering HTML 5 Geolocation - Andy Gup

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00:33:46

Mashing up JavaScript Advanced techniques for modern web applications - Bastian Hofmann

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00:40:36

Mind-blowing apps with HTML5 Canvas - David Geary

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00:33:54

Node.js and ql.io - Build Your Own HTTP APIs for Agility and Scale - Subbu Allamaraju and Jonathan LeBlanc

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00:44:40

Node.js in Production: Postmortem Debugging and Performance Analysis - David Pacheco

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00:40:41

Test Driven UI Development - Joakim Recht

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00:47:54

Web Application Accessibility - Alice Boxhall

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00:27:42

WebRTC and the Future of Video Communications - Ben Strong

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00:42:38

What's Up with HTML5 Video? - Scott Davis

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00:40:07

Wikipedia's Next Billion Users with WebFonts - Alolita Sharma

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00:38:29

You Ain't SPDY - Chris Strom

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00:40:00

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