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Welcome to the New MWLUG 2012 Web Site
   

Thanks to all the hard work by Mike McGarel with help from Roy Rumaner and Josh Schmitt and Jackie McClellan from 4C Technologies on the graphics, the MWLUG 2012 conference web site is now up and running.  This starts a four month sprint to August 15 in Pittsburgh where we are planning a kick ass conference with many many surprises this year. Abstract submission for MWLUG 2012 will start in a couple of weeks and registration starts at the beginning of May. I hope to see everyone in Pittsburgh at MWLUG 2012.

http://mwlug.com

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Apr 10, 2012
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Fri, Oct 3rd 2014 11:12a   Richard Moy
Here is another article in my "Fun with Dojo" series. Dojo traditionally has been considered slow. One reason is that Dojo loads alot of modules before it instantiates the page. Dojo with AMD helps reduce the number of modules when it first loads but not the number of modules. This is great. However, one thing that I really dislike are Dojo Dijit widgets. They are heavy, slow, and require a lot of modules to be loaded. We like the Bootstrap widgets because they are lightweight. So inste [read] Keywords: domino xpages blogger dojo interface widget widgets
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly about AMD in Dojo
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Why an Ideal MVC Framework Fails
Wed, Oct 1st 2014 9:13a   Richard Moy
One of the "Next Big Things" these days is the use an MVC framework for developing Web applications. There are a number of MVC frameworks out there including Backbone, Ember, and the rapidly growing Angular. Ideally these MVC frameworks are great, hook things together and any changes to the model (data) and all the views are updated based on the controller code. If there is changes to the model, the data is automatically updated on the server. This is the ideal case. However, it assumes on [read] Keywords: domino application applications blogger development dojo interface security server widgets
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MWLUG 2014 Article in Grand Rapids Business Journal
Tue, Aug 26th 2014 11:13a   Richard Moy
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