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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HTML5 Sela Open House Slide Deck and Demos

Thursday, February 23, 2012

HTML5 Sela Open House Slide Deck and Demos Yesterday, I delivered a Sela HTML5 open house session at Matam Haifa. I want to thank all the attendees who attended and heard about the transition that the web eco-system is going through. The session agenda was as follows: What is HTML5? The New Elements Migration to HTML5 HTML5 APIs (Canvas, Web Storage, IndexedDB, AppCache, Geolocation and Web Workers) CSS3 The slide deck and demos can be downloaded from here. Enjoy! CodeProject
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Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Third Round – Session Recordings

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Third Round – Session Recordings A few days ago I delivered a third round of my HTML5 MSDN session at Microsoft Ra’anana. The recordings of the session are now available on Channel9 (in Hebrew). Here is the first part and a link to watch it on Channel 9: Here is the second part and a link to watch it on Channel 9: Enjoy! CodeProject
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Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Session – Round Three

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Session – Round Three On October 31 and December 26 last year, I delivered the “Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript” MSDN session. Since both of the sessions were fully booked, I’m going to deliver the same session on February 9 at Microsoft HQ and give those who didn’t attended in the previous sessions the opportunity to hear it. If you are interested in HTML5 you can register here. See you there! CodeProject
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Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5 CSS3 and JavaScript – Slide Deck and Demos

Monday, December 26, 2011

Build Modern Web Applications with HTML5 CSS3 and JavaScript – Slide Deck and Demos Today, I delivered a second round of my HTML5 MSDN session at Microsoft HQ. I want to thank all the attendees who attended and heard about the transition that the web eco-system is going through. The session agenda was as follows: What is HTML5? The New Elements Migration to HTML5 HTML5 APIs (Canvas, Web Storage, AppCache, Geolocation and Web Workers) CSS3 The...
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CSS3 2D and 3D Transform

Thursday, December 22, 2011

CSS3 2D and 3D Transform When I first encountered CSS3 transform property, I had a nostalgic moment that took me back to the days that I was a computer science student. Back then, one of the mathematics courses that I had to take was linear algebra. Linear algebra deals with vector spaces and linear functions that make transformations using vectors and matrixes. The course itself wasn’t so hard but later on, when I started to work as a Web developer, I always thought to myself were can I use those pesky vectors and matrixes in a Web site...
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CSS3 Animations

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

CSS3 Animations Lately I’m involved in a very interesting HTML5 project which I’ll tell about in the future. Meanwhile, I get to “play” with HTML5 and CSS3 specifications. One of the new interesting CSS3 specifications is probably the CSS3 animations. Does these things ring a bell – animated images, simple animation with Flash or JavaScript. If so, this post is for you. Why to Use Animations? Most of the Web sites and applications today use animations. You can find them in marketing ads embedded inside a site, in animated images while waiting for something like download to finish and in many other...
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