Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers

As promised, the slides that I used for the web dev session in Visual Studio:

http://www.slideshare.net/kevinderudder/visug-visual-studio-for-web-developers

Key topics were:

  • Intellisense everywhere: HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Web.Config
  • Building your own Smart Tag
  • Browser Link
  • Voice Commands

K.

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ECMAScript.Next, ECMAScript.wtf

Communityday was SUPERB, thank your Gill, Mike and Davy for organising!!

In my talk on ECMAScript.next we had a look at the future features on JavaScript and how they will make your JavaScript development a lot easier.

Hope that you had a lot of fun at the sessios, if you want to relive it, here are the slides:

K.

Building cross platform applications using Windows Azure Mobile Services

After two days of MultiMania fun, time to upload the slides used during the presentation:

 

 

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JavaScript MVC Frameworks

tens, hundreds questions about which JavaScript Framework I should use. The truth is that I don’t have an exact answer for you because every framework has its pros and cons.

The most famous frameworks are:

At the moment of writing, the framework that I use the most is Knockout.js. The thing about knockout is that it actually is an MVVM framework.

If you want to have a good overview of the JavaScript jungle, I can recommend following links:

Smashing Magazine article

Dan Wahlin’s post

K.

Use HTML5 to build what you want, where you want it

For all those students who want to download the presentation I gave at the techdays, find them on slideshare:

I had a great time, and I hope that I could inspire you to create awesome windows 8 applications using your HTML, CSS and JavaScript skills.

I also found some pictures that a few of my colleagues took during the session for those who want to have an impression of how it was:

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If you also have image sabout the session, please mail them.

K.

Every Web Developer is a Win8 developer presentation on MultiMania

First of all, I had a great time on MultiMania and met a lot of great people over there. People from different worlds. Every day I work mainly in a Microsoft world, developing websites with ASP.NET MVC but I’m also busy in HTML5, CSS3 and the combination is something that I love.

But on MultiMania I had the chance to talk to Adobe people, Game creators, … Some talks were inspirational, other ones were technical and that what it’s all about isn’t it!

On MultiManie Dieter and I gave a presentation on Win8 development and how you can use your existing web skills to build Metro applications.

In case you’ve missed it, here are the slides: http://www.slideshare.net/kevinderudder/every-web-developer-is-a-win8-developer

“How to get started with HTML5?” session @ Queaso

Pictures and information about my session @ queaso can be found over here: click.

 

 

Hope to see you all on one of the next Queaso meetings.

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