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Going Native with HTML5

1 hour, 21 minutes, 36 seconds


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Amazing mobile application design is not owned by native applications. These same experiences can be replicated across platforms using HTML5, CSS3 and a sprinkle of AJAX. This session reviews how to recreate several of the common native control experiences using web technologies including the Windows Phone Panorama Control, ScrollView, AppBar as well as features that help make iOS and Android fun to use.

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  • Hi,

    Just began watching and it doesn't appear that any of the iPhone screens are being shown in the video.



  • Chris LoveChris Love


    I think you are right. Looks like Camtasia did not pick up the iPhone RDP screen. Not sure what to do about it though. I will try to record a future presentation on the topic and post it.

  • DhugalDhugal

    Same thoughts as Bill... a lot of the stuff Chris is talking through isn't actually shown in the video. I don't know if they were on a different monitor.

  • As others have said, the iPhone screens weren’t appearing, so it can be a bit difficult to follow this talk in places. That’s a real shame though as it was otherwise very interesting.

  • Richard ChangRichard Chang

    Hi Chris,

    Too bad about the iPhone screenshots not rendering.

    Your discussion is difficult to follow without code and screenshots.

    Would you be sharing the source code so that we can try it in WebMatrix2 ?

    Thanks, Rich C

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