Yet Another Podcast #79–HTML5 for .NET Programmers

Jim Jackson and Ian Gilman, authors of HTML5 for .NET Developers join HTML5ForDotNet Jon Galloway and myself to discuss HTML5, JavaScript and related topics. 

Their book is targeted right at C#/.NET programmers who want to learn about HTML5 and JavaScript for HTML5 and we get right to the details.

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About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is a Master Consultant for Falafel Software, and has three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects. He is the author of 2 dozen books and multiple Pluralsight courses, and has been a Technical Evangelist for Telerik and for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS.
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3 Responses to Yet Another Podcast #79–HTML5 for .NET Programmers

  1. KeatonRosa says:

    This book is targeted right at C#/.NET programmers who want to learn about HTML5 and JavaScript for HTML5 and detailed information is get right to the details.

  2. Dona says:

    Hello,
    I am new to all of this. I am in the process of developing a website to assist employment seekers and I want to incorporate video content. I want my website to be different from anything else servicing that client base. My intent is to have an online course as well. Presently, I need to put my videos on Youtube and upload them to my website. I want to host most of my videos (especially course content) independent of Youtube. Is Silverlight an appropriate format for what I want to do?

    • Phil says:

      In my opinion, no. Since you want a wide reach with people who may be on mobile phones or not with the latest and greatest hardware, I recommend you not use Silverlight. Silverlight in my opinion is for niche markets with sophisticated rich Internet experience-requirements. That is not your market. You can do a lot with HTML5 and polyfills.

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