Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Refresh Jump Start
For those of you who have already taken the Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start or the Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 and JavaScript Jump Start, you know how to develop web apps for Windows 8. Now it’s time to take your apps to the next level. We’ve listened to your requests and made the Windows experience even better in Windows 8.1. Find out how to make richer and more integrated apps by taking these refreshes corresponding to the original Jump Starts.

Course Outline

Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Refresh: Morning Session
    - Controls (HTML with JavaScript), such as the AppBar command
    - Files, including a update to the file picker, to support new app display modes
    - Networking, including the new HTTP client API
    - Security, including fingerprint authentication
    - UX/UI improvements, including new windowing modes

 

Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 and JavaScript Refresh: Afternoon Session
    - Asynchronous programming
    - Multimedia, including a video processing feature
    - Devices, including Human Interface Device (HID) support
    - App packaging
    - Store, including Windows Store Dashboard and onboarding changes
    - Tools

Instructor Team
Jeremy Foster | Microsoft Technical Evangelist | @codefoster
Jeremy was educated in computer engineering and mathematics then gathered disparate industry experience in education, aerospace manufacturing, and insurance. With just enough - and not nearly enough - education and experience, he finally joined Microsoft with the goal of informing and inspiring software developers to write code and to “write it right.” When he is not working, he is likely spending time with his wife and son, hiking and camping, sailing, scuba diving, or working on house projects.
Michael Palermo | Microsoft Technical Evangelist | @palermo4
Michael is a Technical Evangelist with Microsoft with a passion for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and all things Windows 8. In his years prior to joining Microsoft, Michael served as a Microsoft Regional Director, MVP, and Microsoft “insider” on a wide variety of technologies, authored several technical books and published several online courses with Pluralsight. Michael takes his evangelism seriously, and can be seen speaking at developer events around the world.
Live Event Details
August 22, 2013
9:00am - 5:00pm (PDT)
What: Fast Paced Live Virtual Session
Cost: Free
Audience: Developers
Prerequisites: To get the most out of this event it is recommended that the user reviews the following Jump Starts and has a solid understanding of HTML5. Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 Jump Start and Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 and JavaScript Jump Start
 
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