Building Web Sites that Work Everywhere

I have presented on multiple conferences on Building Web Sites that Work Everywhere.  Many of you have asked me for presentation.  Here is the detail. Abstract How to build web sites that work well across various browsers versions and devices is always challenging for web developers. In the session, you’ll learn the best practices and…

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Practical Performance Tips and Tricks to Make Your HTML/JavaScript Apps Faster

I presented "Practical Performance Tips and Tricks to Make Your HTML/JavaScript Apps Faster” at HTML5Dev Conference.  Many of you have asked for my presentation so I am sharing it with you in this blog. Abstract How to tackle real-world web platform performance problems in modern websites and apps? This session starts with a basic understanding…

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Tutorials: How to Build and Port Unity Games to Windows Store and Windows Phone?

This post is part of 3 week series giving current and aspiring game devs the tools, resources, and advice they need to get started building for Windows. Check out the overview of the series to find what you need. For additional resources to build your app check out AppBuilder. Microsoft is bringing Unity developers yet…

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HTML5 Windows 8 Training: Presentation, and Resources Available

Thanks for attending the Windows 8 Training & Hackathon for HTML5, JavaScript Developers in San Francisco and Mountain View in Oct.  2012.  A lot of you have asked for presentation and resources.  I am using the agenda as map to post the presentation. If you want to download all the presentation, click HERE. Presentation 9:00…

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Introduction to CSS3: Responsive Web Design Training with Presentation|Video

Internet Explorer 10, as well as Windows Store apps using JavaScript in Windows 8, adds support for several new Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) features, including new advanced layout, visual effects, and panning and zooming capabilities. This trend began with Windows Internet Explorer 8 and continued with Windows Internet Explorer 9 (support for CSS rounded corners,…

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HTML5 DevCamp Training: Content Available

  We just had a very successful HTML5 DevCamp in Los Angeles, CA with 155 attendees (reached the max room capacity).  We have to turn away a few people due to the max occupancy restriction and I apologize for this inconvenience and hope you can join us on 4/20 in Irvine, CA.   All of you…

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HTML5 WebCamp Training VIDEO Available

The HTML5 WebCamp Training VIDEO is now available. You have access the video sessions in the following ways: Multiple Video Sessions :  The video is grouped into 2 parts, the first part contains all the sessions before lunch and the second part is for the rest of sessions after lunch.  Individual Video Session :  The…

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Upcoming Free HTML5 Training in West Region

Many of you have asked me when the next HTML5 training will be.  Now I have some good news to share with you.  We are going to offer HTML5 WebCamps in the following cities, Mountain View, CA ,  Redmond, WA and Portland, OR.  Register early as WebCamps will be sold out soon. Event Overview As…

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HTML5 WebCamp Training in LA: Content and Resources Available

    The HTML5 WebCamp in LA is one of the best WebCamps we have ever had.  All of you are so well prepared.  Thanks for making it a superb WebCamp! Per your request, I am posting all the presentation, demo, labs and resources here so you keep it as a reference and share with your…

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