by David Washington and Markus Mielke
by Reed Townsend and Nick Waggoner
Build great Windows 8 Metro style apps that are touch-optimized using HTML technologies and DOM touch and gesture events. Learn how to create touch experiences using standard controls and behaviors, and build highly responsive panning and zooming capabilities that customers will love. This session will also teach you how to include mouse interaction with no additional work, and handle multiple types of input in a unified way.
by John Hrvatin
by Jason Beaumont and Dale Rogerson
Animations are fundamental in making Metro style apps lively and beautiful. Discover the animation library in Windows 8 and see how to bring these great animations to your apps with standard CSS 3.0 transitions and animations. In this session, you will learn how using standard templates and controls bring these polished animations along for free. You will also explore the library and learn how to add these smooth and elegant animations and transitions from the Windows 8 personality to your app’s experience!
by Ted Johnson
HTML5 is ushering in a new era of graphically rich, visually compelling and highly interactive Web sites and apps. This session outlines some of what you can do with new HTML5 and CSS3 features introduced in Internet Explorer versions 9 and 10, including Web Open Font Format (WOFF) fonts, 2D & 3D transforms, transitions, animations, gradients, box and text shadow, border-radius, multi-column layout, inline SVG, and canvas.
by John Hazen
Through this session, learn how to take full advantage of local computer devices and resources without sacrificing traditional Web content and services. Come to this session to learn how Windows 8 enables you to integrate these capabilities in your apps while minimizing the risks associated with accessing content from the Web, even from untrusted sources. You will see how easy it is to bring your Metro style apps to life with dynamic content, Web data feeds, and OAuth-based services while maintaining the integrity of your Windows app.
by Christian Stockwell
Designing a new Metro style app with CSS3 can be intimidating at first. With such a large blank canvas at your disposal, it can be difficult knowing where to start. Come learn how to design your Metro style apps by using HTML5 and CSS3 features like regions, grid layout, flexible box layout, multiple columns, text-wrap around images and hyphenation.
by Ryan Demopoulos
At this session, learn exciting ways to expose collections of content using the ListView control, a fast and easy way to make collections take on the Windows 8 look and feel. Come and learn about the powerful capabilities of this control and best practices to make your app shine.
by Erik Saltwell and Jeff Fisher
by James Clarke and Sam Spencer
Discover how to build on basic collections and lists by bringing live data from cloud and local sources into your app, and use the ListView control to present your data in an engaging and interactive way. Use templating and data binding features, create custom adapters to interface with your data sources, and handle virtualization, grouping, editing and change notifications to create a seamless app experience.
by Mathias Jourdain
Now that you are familiar with writing Metro style apps using HTML5, come learn how to make your apps fast and responsive. In this session, we'll cover best practices to keep your app's UI thread unblocked, methods guaranteed to speed up your app's load times, and techniques to tune your app's performance and power consumption.
by Israel Hilerio
As web apps increase in popularity and capture more user information, users expect (or are selecting solutions that enable them) to be able to access that information when they are not connected to the internet. Learn how to use HTML5 technologies like IndexedDB, App Cache, DOM Storage and File API to enable the creation of web apps that cache data locally and access it without being online.
by Jason Weber
by Kipling Knox
Learn how to build Metro style apps for customers in any market or language. Get an overview of the easy steps required to make a world-ready app, and learn how to use localization and formatting APIs with familiar HTML5 and XAML programming concepts.
13th–16th September 2011