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Does CSS drive you nuts? Do you struggle through getting your site looking okay on one browser, only to find out that it looks like a trainwreck on others? Do suffer recurring nightmares about Internet Explorer? Do you fight with your designers because they keep sending you things that look pretty, but just don’t seem to work in real life? Is your HTML and CSS a pile of ugly, hacky, brittle code that mars your otherwise beautiful codebase?
This talk covers experiences writing real HTML5 apps for the cross device web. It dives into code sharing across different form factors, layout considerations using the flexbox model, hardware accelerated positioning, scrolling, simulating :active pseudo-state, multi-touch gestures and other best practices.
Learn how to use HTML5 and CSS3 on ASP.NET with Visual Studio. It explores what HTML5 and CSS3 have to offer modern application developers and how you can use them with ASP.NET for rich Web applications.
When building mashups, you need to consider different techniques to solve the cross-domain issue that is caused by the browser’s Same Origin Policy. This session gives you an overview of possible techniques to overcome that problem.
HTML5 is the biggest and most powerful HTML specification to ever come out of the W3C. Its roots come from a proposal to extend HTML4 to make it easier for web developers to create web applications. With more and more browsers supporting HTML5, ECMAScript 5 and other web standards, developers now have a strong web platform they can use to create a new class of application that is more powerful and interactive than ever before. What’s in HTML5 that lets us take our applications to the next level?
The Internet Explorer Performance Team members share their favorite 50 best practices for web developers. This session provides an inside look into browser performance, discuss why common web best practices are important, and then go deep into how to get the most from new HTML5 capabilities including Canvas, Audio, Video, SVG, local storage, and more.
Angular is an open source framework allows you to extend the HTML vocabulary, have proper business-logic / presentation separation through bidirectional data-binding, declarative application assembly through dependency-injection and testability story like no other framework. Angular is a fundamentally different way of building an AJAX app.
The AeroGear project is about making mobile development as easy as possible with JBoss. This includes the latest HTML5 technologies used in the mobile web and in hybrid application frameworks like the Apache Cordova. All the way to JBoss AS based services, mobile RichFaces/JSF2, tooling, and native application support and prototyping. This video shows how easy it is to get from zero to a mobile web application with cloud hosted services on JBoss.