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Last week, in a JavaScript conference, JSFoo, we took the wraps off a new open-source project we’ve been working on, that we call RedRaphael, and touted it as a JavaScript graphics library on steroids. We also promised a detailed series of blog posts to explain what RedRaphael is, and what it can do for you. Today, we’re kickstarting that series, and intend to tell you all you need to know about RedRaphael.

This year's JSFoo set the bar for what a tech conference in India should be like. This JavaScript-developer-centric event that took place in Bangalore on 20 and 21 Sep brought together some of the brightest minds in the industry for a two-day tech extravaganza.

As announced last week, we were at JSFoo, Bangalore, and quite enjoyed chatting with many of the participants, and seeing the growing enthusiasm for JavaScript. Our JavaScript Architect, Shamasis, took stage on Saturday, talking about 'The Clockworks behind a JavaScript Framework that Powers a Billion Charts per Month'. The talk sparked some interesting discussions, including… Read the rest of this entry »

If you're a JavaScript developer in India, you've probably heard of HasGeek, and their interesting lineup of developer-focused events. One such event is currently underway in Bangalore - JSFoo 2012, which is themed 'JavaScript Everywhere'. One of the sessions features our JavaScript Architect, Shamasis, speaking on the topic 'The Clockworks behind a JavaScript Framework that… Read the rest of this entry »