RSF Programming Techniques in Sakai: Lessons from the Evaluation Project
Speaker(s): Will Humphries; Antranig Basman
RSF makes it easier to develop flexible and reliable tools, both through library functions as well as through development "idioms" that it encourages. After a recap of RSF basics we will look at some of RSF's newer features such as BeanGuards and OTP, showcasing their benefits in the context of lessons learned in the field during development of Evaluation, a full-scale best practices Sakai tool.
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