It was getting cold and raining yesterday. We had a casual meetup at cozy cafe located near Gangnam station to share what we have done and to discuss the hot issue, Dart language.
The rightmost guy, @firejune, have been building cloud web application for several months to provide users access rights through the web, which is the only way for communicating in closed networking company. It was consisted of fantastic, gorgeous interfaces and beautiful works intuitively for us. As always he does, this time he has built by himself alone. (wtf, he IS good at those things)
Some people says that features of nodejs could be apt, but still it seem not easy to come up with good ideas. (I hope that Dart will be able to handle binary data without any kind of troubles) Except for that problem, the state of application was quite stable and worked intuitively. He proudly showed us what he invented. he said, “At the first time, my colleagues stood against with my idea, but it turned out to be intuitive for most use cases.” (It’s hard to change some people that have become habituated to using Windows) Instead of showing up folder hierarchy for every time, he just lead people to use tags to select folder where people wants to see. hmm, yeah… I agreed with him and that was quite impressive to me.
The leftmost guy, @rhiokim, showed us the HarooPress. It has web site at http://haroopress.com and is being actively developed. HarooPress is a framework for the those who are familiar with Markdown and Git. It deploys generated static pages on Github.
You can see this (ESC when you finish): http://haroopress.com/slides/haroopress-intro-v2/
Haroo means a day. HarooPress stands for a place where I write every little thing in a day. It sounds nice to Korean but I don’t know to people in other country. @Rhiokim is about to speak at play.node(), the first nodejs conference in South Korea. Here is the site: http://nodeconf.kr/2012/ I believe it must be interesting.
I brielfy explained how to code in Dart Editor and to get communicate with SocketIO in Dart. As I expected, they were shocked. Lol
It was such a pleasant meeting, though. After a while, we took 부대찌게 (boo-deh-zzi-geh) for dinner and I believe someone who visits Korea would take the taste.