In this talk I'll cover several patterns for maintainability and performance,
giving some new perspectives on the library we all seem to know so well.
Topics include: how to use event delegation for just in time
initialization; how to structure your markup, CSS and JS for them to work
well together while promoting maintainability of all three; how to avoid
performance bottlenecks when using jQuery; how to use CSS3 transitions
with fallbacks; and finally, how to reuse existing widgets with unique
look and feel.
We reverse engineer one of the most used "closed source consumer electronics
based open source module for it. Using that module we´re then able to control
the privacy of our data (because now we truly own it), combine these former
vendor locked in devices with DIY components, control that devices from our
own browser app (our goodbye to the world of "IPhone Apps of Things") and as
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