Videos

Writing your First JavaScript Application – 02

Writing your First JavaScript Application – 02

5 years ago
We get started by setting up our development environment and an HTML5 template webpage before building a simple ‘Hello World’ example. Then we create a more interesting example discussed at length in the next lesson.    Download the entire series source code.   This video was updated August 16, 2012.
Series Introduction – 01

Series Introduction – 01

5 years ago
In this introductory video, Bob sets some high-level goals and explains how JavaScript is used in web development as well as how to get the most out of this video series. Download the entire series source code.  

Microsoft DevRadio: Why Wait? Develop for Windows 8 Now!

5 years ago
Abstract: Jerry Nixon welcomes Jake Poznanski and Sam Kaufmann from Random Salad Games as they discuss some of the games and applications they’ve developed for Windows 8.Tune in as they share with us some of their reasons as to why they jumped in early and started developing for Windows 8 as well as some advice […]

Microsoft DevRadio: Developing a Windows 8 app for the “Rock, Paper, Azure” challenge

5 years ago
Abstract: In today’s episode Developer Evangelists Andrew Duthie, Brian Hitney and Peter Laudati recap the “Rock, Paper, Azure” – (#BeatTheGu) challenge from this year’s TechEd as well as how they built a Windows 8 Appfor the competition. Tune in for this lessons learned session on what considerations and features Andrew took into the design of […]
Crockford on JavaScript – Level 7: ECMAScript 5: The New Parts

Crockford on JavaScript – Level 7: ECMAScript 5: The New Parts

5 years ago
In Level 7 of the Crockford on JavaScript series, Yahoo! JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford outlines the changes made to the language in the 5th edition of the ECMAScript standard.
Crockford on JavaScript – Section 8: Programming Style & Your Brain

Crockford on JavaScript – Section 8: Programming Style & Your Brain

5 years ago
In this keynote talk from YUIConf 2011, Yahoo! JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford drops some science to explain why code style is important in programming — particularly in JavaScript — and how tools like JSLint can help.
Crockford on JavaScript – Scene 6: Loopage

Crockford on JavaScript – Scene 6: Loopage

6 years ago
Software development is hampered by a specific set of design mistakes that were made in the first programming languages and repeated in everything that has been done since. And, somewhat miraculously, JavaScript is going to make it right, radically transforming the way we write applications. Again. In the Loop of History, it has all happened […]
Crockford on JavaScript – Part 5: The End of All Things

Crockford on JavaScript – Part 5: The End of All Things

6 years ago
Yahoo!’s JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford concludes his five-part lecture series on the JavaScript programming language with a review of issues related to security and performance in JavaScript.
Crockford on JavaScript – Episode IV: The Metamorphosis of Ajax

Crockford on JavaScript – Episode IV: The Metamorphosis of Ajax

6 years ago
Yahoo!’s JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford continues his lecture series on the JavaScript programming language with an analysis of the Document Object Model (DOM) and an exploration of Ajax.
Crockford on JavaScript – Act III: Function the Ultimate

Crockford on JavaScript – Act III: Function the Ultimate

6 years ago
Yahoo!’s JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford continues his lecture series on the JavaScript programming language with a discussion of functions in JavaScript. “Functions are the very best part of JavaScript,” Crockford says. “It’s where the power is, it’s where the beauty is.” Watch the video to learn why.
Crockford on JavaScript – Chapter 2: And Then There Was JavaScript

Crockford on JavaScript – Chapter 2: And Then There Was JavaScript

6 years ago
Yahoo!’s JavaScript architect Douglas Crockford surveys the features of the JavaScript programming language.
Crockford on JavaScript – Volume 1: The Early Years

Crockford on JavaScript – Volume 1: The Early Years

6 years ago
Douglas Crockford puts the JavaScript programming language in its proper historical context, tracing the language’s structure and conventions (and some of its quirks) back to their roots in the early decades of computer science.