This is an updated version of our August 2013 workshop.
About the Workshop
The arrival of HTML5 signals a major shift in the way we build web pages and applications. HTML5 (and CSS3) combine a "client-side development" mindset with the lessons learned over the past decade to create a rich toolbox for web developers. But all of this richness can be confusing for existing developers learning the new system and it raises questions of how to work with older, less-capable browsers.
In this session, we'll take a fresh look at HTML5 and CSS3 from the ground up. Let's begin with a fresh sheet of paper, design some web pages, create a simple application, and get into the HTML5 mindset. Then we can see how to make this work with older browsers (if needed), the latest mobile browsers, and everything in-between.
Preparing for this workshop:
You should have previous experience creating web pages in a tool such as Dreamweaver, Front Page, or by hand.
Please think about a small web project (site or application) and sketch it out on paper before coming.
Please bring your laptop running Mac OS, Windows, or Linux. Please install the latest Chrome browser and a text editor.
About the Instructor
Richard Clark, M.A. (@rdclark) manages Kaazing’s training group and is an experienced software developer and instructor. He has taught for Apple and Hewlett-Packard, written immersive simulations for the pharmaceutical industry, developed multiple high-performance web applications for the Fortune 100, and published Apple iOS applications. Richard has a Master’s degree in Education and is an in-demand speaker for international conferences. He has a special interest in using mobile, connected, real-time applications to help people live, work, and play better.
In his spare time, Richard does web development for non-profits, tends a garden full of California native plants, and cooks for family and charity events.
8:00a Doors open, breakfast (housemade pastries (muffins, coffee cake, and scones), fruit salad, regular/decaf coffee, and tea) *
9:00a Workshop begins
10:30a Break (pastries, regular/decaf coffee and tea, and cookies) *
12:00p Lunch break (sandwiches (including vegetarian and gluten-free) and salads) *
1:30p Afternoon break (light snack of Tamari almonds, edamame with sea salt, and sweet and spicy curried popcorn) *
3:00p Workshop ends
* HUGE thanks to our host, Adobe, for providing refreshments!
Important Notes: Please ensure your registration includes your first and last name. We are collecting funds to help offset the instructor's expenses.