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Single Page Applications by William Wegerson

  • Jul 17, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Discover through this introduction of building Single Page Applications (SPA) which allows for rich client side interactions using JavaScript and HTML 5. On the client one can target many different platforms, mobile, desktop and tablet using rich libraries such as Durandal, jQuery-Mobile and Knockout.Js in the .NET world.

You can become familiar to the templates available as well as an overview and installation of the components which make up SPAs and how to put them together using Visual Studio 2012. This presentation is a how-to on being able to come up to speed on the technology which will focus on actually creating a page and cover the interactions of ASP.Net MVC with basic data transport and interactions with the JQuery libraries.

ASP.NET Single-Page Applications (SPA) enable cutting-edge web developers to deliver engaging rich web based applications that bring out back end information and with interactivity in dynamic ways and all serious developers are getting to know the technologies; shouldn’t you?


William Wegerson is an Architect Developer who has been working in Colorado and the tech industry for over 20 years.

He has presented to Colorado user groups before on such topics as Silverlight and Visual Studio releases (VS 2010 and 2012) as well as teaching labs to the members where offered.

He has been awarded the Microsoft MVP status since 2009 as a result of his development community work. That body of work includes presentation such as this one as well as his blog and active online presence on the MSDN forums as a moderator and StackOverflow, answering questions of all types.

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    A former member

    Very well informed and great preparations were made to be ready for his talk.

    July 18, 2013

  • Rajendra G. K.

    Thank you for the event.

    July 17, 2013

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