TechNet Radio: Building for the Modern Web - Leveraging IE11 Developer Tools to Build Modern LoB Applications

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Tommy Patterson welcomes Principal Program Manager Ted Koob to the show for this special “dev-ops” inside look at how the Internet Explorer LoB Application Development team develops and deploys Modern apps into Microsoft’s internal ecosystem. Tune in as they chat about the need to drive Modern UI principals into their application portfolio as they provide standards, guidance and best practices for developing and deploying apps on new platforms. 

  • [3:18] Give us an overview of your role and what you were trying to accomplish
  • [5:40] Define a Modern application for our audience
  • [9:54] What was the solution?
  • [12:11] Describe the benefits and how you implemented a reporting card system for your team
  • [15:43]  What were some of the challenges you had to overcome?

Building for the modern web just got a little easier. Check out modern.IE for more information and free Developer Resources for your applications.

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