Due to a glitch in our events tool I need to rescheduole these two great webcasts.
Stay tuned here for an update.
Please joind me for these 2 webcasts this Thursday and Friday. VWG is a cool FREE set of tools to accelerate your ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight Web Development. Guy Peled, CTO of Visual WebGui is joining me and he will build applications live during the webcats.
Click below to register – attendance is FREE !
It is all about simplicity: Simplicity in programming next generation complex AJAX application that makes the productivity difference. In this Webcast we will demystify Visual WebGui. We will build a fully blown application in less than 20 minutes, and strip off the covers, showing you how you can cut your development cycle by as much as 90% . Visual WebGui is open source, so you can dive into the code. Throughout the webcast we will demonstrate that while VWG enables rapid application development (RAD) , the developer is free to create custom controls, wrap third party controls , invoke HTML resources and interop with standard ASP.NET applications like DNN and others, all in a matter of minutes.
3/13/2008 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)- 3/13/2008 2:00 PM | Duration:60 Minutes
In this webcast we will “light up”, in minutes, the fully blown line-of-business application that we built in our previous webcast adding the rich look and feel of Silverlight as well as its enhanced performance. You will see how we accomplish this by a “push of a button”. We will demonstrate how to make WinForms controls available to your web application and how you can style your UI by using fully enabled Expression Blend. The outcome is a very light footprint client, unaffected by application size and weight, and as a bonus, secured by design. You will be shown how you can, extend, invoke, interop and customize your application using Visual WebGui.
3/14/2008 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)- 3/14/2008 2:00 PM | Duration:60 Minutes
About the Live From Redmond series. This series of Live Meeting presentations are designed specifically for the community by members of the Microsoft product teams. The presentations are all done by actual team members working on the specific technology, and are a great way to hear from and ask your questions directly to the product team.