Happy Tenth Anniversary, ZK!
In honor of this very special occasion, for the first time ever, ZK team is hosting a
Data-Attribute Handler Contest! Celebrate with us!
Prove your skills, showcase your talents and win a New Years gift!
This contest is open to all ZKers and web developers. Our only requirements are that you (1) use ZK 8’s data-handler to create your design and (2) agree to make your code open-source.
Experienced participants also have the option of creating their third-party integration project using other ZK8-based techniques, such as Shadow/UI Templating and Client-Binding.
ZK team will decide on the top three winners of this contest.
- Creativity (30%)
- Feature Richness (30%)
- Code Quality (readability, modularity) (20%)
- Component Appearances (20%)
The first-place winner will receive the ZK Technical Achievement Award, in addition to our grand prize- a brand new Apple Watch!
Those who finish second and third will receive exclusive ZK-themed souvenirs.
All qualified participants will be awarded a formal ZK certificate.
We will also be inviting the community to participate in the voting process via Facebook.
The creators of the “favorite” data-handler projects will receive recognition on ZK’s website, in addition to original ZK collectibles.
Participant Details to Submit
Participants are required to submit a runnable project with at least one screenshot to Github. For detailed instructions please visit github: https://github.com/zkoss/dataAttributeHandlers and refer to the sample project given in the same repository under src/main/webapp/chartist.
Once the project is done and that you have sent us a pull request in github, each participant also needs to provide the following information through our application form:
- Participant’s name
- Email address
- Your project name
***Update*** We are no longer accepting submissions. Results will be announced in late February. Stay tuned!
Handle your data with ZK, and manage your time with Apple Watch. You’re all set for a more productive 2016!
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