MODX Weekend 2014 Videos
The 2014 edition of the MODX Weekend was professionally recorded and edited by CherryTells.
|10:00||John Peca||Empowered Community|
|11:00||Vasilis van Gemert||Do we have to reinvent the wheel?|
|13:30||Chris Cherrett||Multichannel Content Management|
|14:30||Graeme Leighfield||Selling MODX & Training your Client|
|16:00||Mark Willis||High Availability|
|17:00||Several speakers||Lightning Talks|
|10:00||Gernot Ebenlechner||Responsive Madness|
|11:00||Job van der Voort||Git & Git Flow|
|11:45||Menno Pietersen||Rapid MODX Workflow|
|14:00||Susan Ottwell||How to Simplify Site Setups|
|14:45||Hugo Peek||Content-First Webdesign, ContentBlocks & Style Guides|
|16:00||Christian Seel||Building Sites with ContentBlocks|
|16:45||Several speakers||Ask the Experts|
|10:00||Mark Hamstra||Staging Workflow with Git & Gitify|
|11:00||Charles Sanders||Scaling MODX across multiple servers|
|14:00||Jan Tezner||Best Practices in Component Development|
|14:45||John Peca||Mastering ExtJS|
|16:00||Bert Oost||E-commerce in MODX with SimpleCart|
To kick things off, Mark (briefly) opens the conference with some practical information and announcements for the audience.
The keynote by MODX Senior Developer John Peca about getting involved with MODX and making a difference.
The web is weird. We don't know what size the browser of our visitors will be, and we don't know how they will control our work. This requires a flexible kind of thinking, which seems to be unnatural for many designers. In this talk, Vasilis will look at some other disciplines that have been working with flexible canvases or unclear environments, to see what we can learn from them.
Using MODX we can enable our clients to take full advantage of multiple channels like apps, social media and EPOS, helping them determine how, when and where content appears using one simple philosophy – “Create Once, Publish Everywhere”. In this session we’ll explore how we can truly utilising MODX as a content management system and not just a web publishing tool.
Based on Graeme's experience running a small business, this talk will go into two different-but-related subjects. First of all how to sell MODX to prospective clients and secondly how to effectively train those clients on using MODX once their site goes live. Filled with examples and practical tips.
Continuing where colleague Chris Cherrett left off at MODXpo 2013, Mark Willis will talk about a possible workflow for building and maintaining MODX sites on a high availability platform.
5 minutes and 2 questions. That's all the time speakers will get to talk to you about MODX tools, web technologies, open source initiatives and a lot more subjects during the Lightning Talks session. Get a quick insight on numerous subjects.
Learn about the transition to Zurb's latest Foundation 5 framework in creating, maintaining, and updating elaborate responsive MODX sites.
How do you use Git, and what is Git Flow? How does the workflow change when using GitHub or GitLab? Job will tell you all about it.
How to speedup, optimise and develop MODX projects using Gulp, SASS, Browser-Sync, Element Helper and Static Elements.
Susan will explain how you can simplify site setup and customisation using some interesting scripts and add-ons. These tips and techniques will help individual and freelance MODX developers, but also larger development teams dealing with more complex and larger deployments.
Building a website nowadays is all about taking shortcuts. But what about content and design? In this session I want to explore how ContentBlocks and a solid styleguide can completely replace your wireframing tools, and maybe even Photoshop!
Come learn about how you can use ContentBlocks and some of its more advanced features to build awesome sites.
In the final Ask the Experts session, people had the opportunity to fire all their questions at the expert panel consisting of Mark Willis, Graeme Leighfield, John Peca and Mark Hamstra.
Announcing & Releasing a new free tool called Gitify, learn how you can supercharge your MODX staging workflow from the command line.
Learn about how to serve your high traffic MODX site across multiple servers, using tools like APC and memcache to ensure high performance.
Experienced from dozens of projects, Jan will present an optimal setup of environment and process to build components quickly, in standardized way and with support from community.
John will be demonstrating how to get the best from ExtJS. He'll go into how to extend it properly, ho you can override existing code and what it takes to create custom extras and altering the manager.
Get an exclusive first look at the new SimpleCart 2.2 and learn how you can use your free SimpleCart license to build a bespoke ecommerce site for your clients.