Get your SharePoint site on a mobile device using HTML and CSS

Here are my slides that I used for the responsive design session in SharePoint 2013 at SharePoint Saturday. Hope you had as much fun as I did.

Key takeaways are:

  • don’t wait to make your sites available for mobile devices, the time is now
  • device channels is the sharepoint solution when you want to deliver different content and pages to different devices
  • media queries is the solution to deliver the same content to all devices

If you ask me what the best option is, I would go for the media queries.

 

K.

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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.

Live session on Media Queries now on Channel 9

Slides and demo on my Media Queries Live session @ Microsoft

So here are my slides and demos from my Live session at Microsoft. Hope you found it interesting and may it be useful in your web applications.

For those who didn’t follow the session. We changed the existing ASP.NET MVC Music Store site, so that it would be available on a mobile phone as well.

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The video will be online in a few days on Channel9.

 

 

k.