February 29 - March 2, 2012
Montreal, Canada

Stackbox: Next-Generation Content Management

Stackbox is an ambitious new open source, BSD-licensed content management system aimed to end the "backend" editing paradigm for good. All content editing is done directly in-place and on-page through drag-and-drop JavaScript and AJAX methods. Page content is template-driven with regions defined by CSS classes. Content modules are dropped into regions and sorted live by the user.

The page model in WordPress, Drupal, and most other common CMSes are deeply flawed. Learn the reasons why the Stackbox approach is best and the thinking process that led up to the architecture decisions in Stackbox. Presentation will be followed by a demo, feature overview, and short Q&A.

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Vance Lucas

NetSuite

Vance Lucas is a seasoned programmer with over 17 years of web programming experience dating back to 1998. Vance is a full stack polyglot programmer who currently uses JavaScript/node.js, PHP, and Ruby for most projects. Vance is the co-founder of the Techlahoma Foundation, Oklahoma City JavaScript User Group (OKC.js), and co-organizer of the annual ThunderPlains Developer Conference in Oklahoma City.

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