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I just wanted to post a quick announcement about a special SproutCore meetup I’ll be giving on February 24th at Liberty Noodle in downtown Toronto. If you want to learn about what SproutCore is, how it works, and why you may want to think about using it for your next awesome project, then please come on out. There will even be demos of the framework used on real projects!

For more information, please check the meetup annoucement here.


As more people become aware of SproutCore, there have been some common questions raised about who is actually using the framework and what are companies and individuals doing with it in order to make a successful product. I figured one way of trying to address those questions, and even have some fun with it, is to go directly to the people who have used SproutCore and let them speak for themselves through an interview — a SproutCore interview. Therefore, as an initial experiment, I roped in two colleagues of mine, Matt Grantham (@MattGrantham) and Ryan Mudryk (@ry), and let them discuss SproutCore from a web designers perspective. So without further ado, let’s get this first SproutCore interview started. Hope you all enjoy!

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This past weekend I attended JSConf 2010 in Washington, DC, and, I have to say, I was mighty impressed with what I saw. Although I couldn’t see everything, there were still a lot of fantastic presentations of what JavaScript can now do — not just on the client-side, but also on the server side!

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