These are the slides and sample code for my Practical HTML5 session for the LIDNUG. Practical HTML5 from Maurice Beijer You can watch the recording on YouTube here. Enjoy!
On Wednesday, October 16 I will be presenting an online session on practical HTML5 for the Linked .Net Users Group. More info about this free event as well as the registration form can be found here. Hope to see you there!
Modern web development from Maurice Beijer De demo code is hier the vinden. Enjoy!
The slides from my presentation on Practical use of HTML5 for the DotNed user group. Practical html5 from Maurice Beijer The source code can be found here. There is an online demo version hosted on Azure websites here. Enjoy!
The PowerPoint and samples from my presentation at the QNH DevDays in Arnhem. Modern web development from Maurice Beijer SignalR demo Other demos Enjoy!
In a previous post I showed how easy it is to create a simple chat application using SignalR. And chatting on the internet might be popular but as it turns out there are rather a lot of applications that need to do more than just chat. As it is there are a lot more CRUD style applications, where users edit data usually stored in a database for some purpose, than chat applications. So in this blog post I am using a simple CRUD, without the delete part, application to show the power of SignalR. Traditionally HTML based CRUD would generate … Continue reading Using SignalR for real time data updates
In a previous blog post I mentioned how exited I was about WebSockets and the future with real time duplex communication over the Internet. Unfortunately the current support for WebSockets, both on the client and on the server, is still somewhat limited making this a thing of the future. Does that mean we can do this yet? Not quite. SignalR to the resque Even if a pure Web Socket solution isn’t possible yet there are perfectly good alternatives. And the one I really like is SignalR as it allows for the same kind of application today. Check out a … Continue reading Using SignalR for real time communication on the web
One of the most exiting new things in HTML5 is the ability to start pushing data from the server to the client. Traditionally web applications have depended on clients requesting data from the server. And this is fine in most applications. However there are lots of cases when you might want to push events to the client as soon as they happen and not wait for a client to query for them. For example a stock broker application requires traders to know about stock price changes as soon as they happen, alerting the trader 5 minutes after the fact is … Continue reading HTML5 WebSockets
HTML5 & rest services View more PowerPoint from Maurice Beijer You can download the ASP.NET WebAPI demo here and the SignalR demo here. Enjoy! [f1] [f2]