JS Fundamentals – Lectures09:00 - 10:30 - Offline And HTML5 StorageBuilding an offline HTML 5 based application? Want to get rid of those untastefulcookies? HTML5 brings the client storage into a all new different level. support for filesand database on the client side to allow working in an offline mode and saving user Gal Kogmandata in a better and clearer way.
JS Fundamentals – Lectures13:15 - 14:45 - Cross browser apps with jQuery MobileSince HTML5 was introduced, more and more companies choose to switch their sitesto this technology. Moreover, HTML5 allowing to create hybrid applications for mobile.jQuery mobile is lightweight framework that makes creating of sites and apps very Dima Kuzmichsimple and quick. In our lesson we will learn about the framework key features, talkabout the pros and cons and will integrate it with another famous library Knockout.js.
Charts & Controls – Lectures13:15 - 14:45 - Responsive Design and CSS3: The future ofweb developmentCreating webpages using a responsive design is becoming the defacto standard fortodays desktop and mobile websites. These are Must-Have skills for your professional Yitzchak Meirovichdevelopment. In this course learn the important topics and techniques required toimplement a responsive design. Additionally you will learn where a responsive designcan cause problems and how to avoid them. Dont miss this presentation!
SPA – Lectures13:15 - 14:45 - Important Considerations When Building SinglePage Web AppsSingle page web applications – or SPAs, as they are commonly referred to – arequickly becoming the de facto standard for web app development. The fact that a Yair Shibakmajor part of the app runs inside a single web page makes it very interesting andappealing, and the accelerated growth of browser capabilities pushes us closer to theday, when all apps run entirely in the browser.
Server Side – Lectures10:45 - 12:15 - Building Server Side Logic with Node.JSNode.JS is becoming a major force in building server-side logic. With its eco-system ofadd-ons and extensions it allows building anything from web servers to back-end dataproviders, REST servers and more. This lecture will focus on the basics – how to use Noam ArbelNode.JS, and some of the major extensions to node, Express, Jade, and Socket.IO. Itwill allow participates to start their development endeavors with Node.
Server Side – Lectures13:15 - 14:45 - The full power of ASP.NET Web APIASP.NET Web-API is a powerful service framework sitting over Asp. Net MVC and letsthe developer enforce a Restful architectural style. After a brief discussion on how therequest and response flow in the Web Api pipeline, we will dig into the main Eyal Vardiextensibility points and see how flexible is the infrastructure. In particular, we will seescenarios like content negotiation, validation, versioning, hosting outside IIS and fewothers.
Server Side – Lectures15:00 - 16:30 - Developing "Real-Time" Web Apps withSignalRSignalR is a new async signaling library for .NET developed and maintained by DavidFowler and Damian Edwars from Microsoft’s ASP.NET and NuGet teams. If you ever Yaniv Yechezkelwanted to push data from the server to clients (and not just browser clients!) in realtime with ease, SignalR will be your perfect companion.