DevWeek Introduction to HTML5 Slide Deck and Demos

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

I’ve just finished my first session in DevWeek – Introduction to HTML5. First of all, I want to thank all the attendees who came to hear the session.In the session I talked about: What is HTML5? New Elements HTML5 JavaScript APIs CSS3 Here is the slide deck in slideshare: Creating Data Driven HTML5 Applications from Gil Fink You can download the slide deck and demos from here.
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Getting Started with Responsive Web Design Development Techniques Article

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Getting Started with Responsive Web Design Development Techniques Article Lately, I wrote an article about responsive web design called “Getting Started with Responsive Web Design Development Techniques”. The article was published today in DZone website. I think it is crucial that every web developer will learn what is responsive web design and how to apply responsive techniques in webpages since the variety of devices and screen resolutions is only increasing. If the subject interests you go and read the article. Enjoy!
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A New Meetup in Town – Front-End.IL

Thursday, May 30, 2013

A New Meetup in Town – Front-End.IL In the last couple of months I have considered opening a new Meetup for Front-End Development (FED). Today I announce this new Meetup – Front-End.IL. Every month at the 15th we will gather on Sela Group’s roof for networking and front-end development sessions. The first Meetups are scheduled to 15th of July and 15th of August and you can find their details in the Meetup website. If you want to speak in the Meetup I encourage you to contact me. See you there!

HTML5 Open House – Slide Deck and Demos

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

HTML5 Open House – Slide Deck and Demos Yesterday, I delivered two HTML5 open house at Sela Group HQ. The main reason for running two sessions at the same day was the amount of registered participants (so, I delivered the same session twice). I want to thank all the attendees who came to hear about the transition that the web eco-system is going through. The session agenda was as follows: What is HTML5? The New Elements (structural elements, inline elements, new input types and new attributes)  ...
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CSS3 Transitions

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

CSS3 Transitions In the past I wrote about CSS3 transformations and animations. Another new option in CSS3 is transitions which will be discussed in this post. Transitions In the old web, if you changed a property in CSS the change was instantly updated by the browser. If you wanted the change to happen over a time duration, you needed to use JavaScript code (for example using setTimeout function) or third party library to do that. In CSS3 this situation changes. CSS3 introduced transitions, which enable CSS property changes to occur seamlessly over a given duration. You...
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Using Media Queries in JavaScript Code

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Using Media Queries in JavaScript Code One of the great additions in CSS3 is the ability to use media queries. Media queries are queries written in CSS which enables you to check different medias types like screen, resolution, print and more. After the query check, you will be able to impose CSS as response for the media that was checked. This behavior occurs automatically but what if you want to check media and impose some logic that isn’t necessary related to style or responsive design? The answer will be discussed in this post. Pay attention the API...
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Internet Explorer 10 Training Kit

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Internet Explorer 10 Training Kit A few months ago, I was involved in a Sela project and helped to write the Internet Explorer 10 training kit. The Internet Explorer 10 training kit “covers development specifics for developers who will be targeting Internet Explorer 10 in their development experience. This kit contains documentation and details on things pertinent to developing applications that target features of the Internet Explorer 10 browser.” Cheers for Sela consultants who made that training kit possible - Sebastian Pederiva, Noam Kfir and Ran Wahle. The training kit can be download from here.
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Microsoft Academy for Entrepreneurs – HTML5 Session Slide Deck and Demos

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Microsoft Academy for Entrepreneurs – HTML5 Session Slide Deck and Demos Yesterday, I had the honor to deliver a HTML5 session at the Microsoft Academy for Entrepreneurs. First, I want to thank all the attendees who came to hear the session and all the attendees who participated in the online broadcasting of the session. In the session, I introduced HTML5 and talked about the following topics: What is HTML5? The New Elements HTML5 JavaScript APIs CSS3 As I promised at the...
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Speaking Engagements for the Next Months

Monday, June 18, 2012

Speaking Engagements for the Next Months Lately I’m very busy at work and working on a lot of projects simultaneous. This is why I’m not writing a lot lately. If you want to meet me you will get a lot of chance. In the next following months, I’m going to have a lot of sessions which this post will summarize them. So here it goes: Microsoft Academy for Entrepreneurs Next week (26.6), I’ll have a HTML5 session in the Microsoft academy for entrepreneurs. The session is part of educational session series for entrepreneurs about the latest...

Course 10953A: HTML5 Programming

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Course 10953A: HTML5 Programming At last I can write about it! In the last few months I was co-authoring the Microsoft Official HTML5 Course (MOC) with Noam Kfir and Alex Golesh. The course is scheduled to be published on April 20, 2012 under the name HTML5 Programming. It was a very intensive experience with tight deadlines but we made it and the course is on its way for publishing. A few details about the course: It is three-day instructor-led course. The course is lab oriented – the students...
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