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Friday, February 22 • 9:00am - 9:50am
EasyUI: No Nonsense Mobile Application Development with EFL - Leandro Pereira, ProFUSION Embedded System

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The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries, although efficient, provides only the most basic building blocks. They also expose a lot of their inner details, which the application programmer must know to use them efficiently.

EasyUI is an abstraction layer (written in JavaScript) that helps the programmer by implementing the difficult user interface bits, leaving out the data and behaviour to the programmer. This talk will show what EasyUI is about, with example code and a demo.

EasyUI is focused towards usage in mobile devices such as tablets and phones, and will be part of the Tizen SDK.
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Leandro Pereira

Senior Software Developer, ProFUSION Embedded System
Leandro Pereira is a Developer at ProFUSION Embedded Systems. | | He contributed and contributes to many FOSS projects along the years, including HardInfo, Sylpheed Claws, and, more recently, WebKit and the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. | | He has presented some talks about his work at ProFUSION, specially about his work with WebKit. The most recent talk was "WebKit-EFL & Testing" at FOSDEM 2012. | | Leandro holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the Pontifical University...
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