This week I was scheduled to give a brand new talk at YUIConf entitled, JavaScript APIs you’ve never heard of (and some you have). Unfortunately, a scheduling conflict means that I won’t be able to attend. So instead of letting the work of putting together a brand-= new talk go to waste (or otherwise be delayed) I decided to put together a screencast of the talk. This is my first time doing a screencast so I would love some feedback. Here’s the description of the talk:

The number of JavaScript APIs has exploded over the years, with a small subset of those APIs getting all the attention. While developers feverishly work on Web sockets and canvas, it’s easy to overlook some smaller and quite useful APIs. This talk uncovers the “uncool” JavaScript APIs that most people have never heard of and yet are widely supported by today’s browsers. You’ll learn tips and tricks for working with the DOM and other types of data that you can use today.

The screencast is embedded below and the slides are available on Slideshare.

(Yes, my voice is a bit hoarse.)

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