Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Session – Round Two

November 29, 2011

Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Session – Round Two On October 31, I delivered the “Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript” MSDN session. I’m going to deliver the same session on December 26 at Microsoft HQ. If you are interested in attending the session you can register here. See you there! CodeProject
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Sela SDP Returns

November 23, 2011

Sela SDP Returns Between 4 to 8 of December, Sela Group is having its annual SDP (Sela Developer Practice) conference. In this 5 days conference there will be 18 tutorial days with 22 experts about the hottest Microsoft technologies. In the conference I’m taking part in two tutorial days: HTML5 - HTML is the markup language that every web developer uses to structure and present content in the Internet. HTML5 is the standard that is being shaped and developed currently. It extends and improves the last...
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Back to Basics – JavaScript onerror Event

Back to Basics – JavaScript onerror Event The JavaScript window.onerror event is a very useful event that I find very strange that sometimes client-side developers don’t know. The event is fired most of the times (yep not every time) an error occurs in a JavaScript code. You can wire a handler to the event that will help you to prevent errors from bubbling to the browser or to send the errors to some logger for further investigation. The onerror Event The window.onerror is an event handler for error events that are sent to the window....
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HTML5 and Government Organizations Session Recording

HTML5 and Government Organizations Session Recording A month ago I had the pleasure to deliver a session in the HTML5Fest conference. The session’s subject was about HTML5 and government organizations. A few days ago the recording of the session was uploaded to the conference’s site. If you like to hear that session (in Hebrew) you can go to this link. Enjoy! CodeProject
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