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Showing posts with label HTML5. Show all posts
Showing posts with label HTML5. Show all posts

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Creating a Full Featured HTML5 Application in Less than 10 Minutes


Building data-centric applications that provide a rich user experience often requires developers to write tons of code spanning multiple tiers; a far from simple, tedious and a time consuming work. What if you could build a complete application that takes care of all this plumbing for you while providing an out of the box rich user interface that is consistent across all platforms and runs on virtually any device?
In this article, we will show you how you can do all of this in less than 10 minutes using the latest version of Vidyano, a full featured development platform with the flexibility for creating small to enterprise scale data-centric web applications. As this article will demonstrate, Vidyano is fast and easy to learn, making it perfect for developers of all experience levels to create powerful applications!

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

ASP .NET Plotter - HTML5 Charting for all

Nowadays, There are a plenty of Javascript charting libraries. Justly, this article aims to show you how you can integrate Javascript charting libraries in ASP .NET and build your own charting controls depending on your flavor and your needs.

This article describes the architecture and the source code of the released versions. Each version has its own section. Each section describes mock-ups, client side code, server side code and some concepts.



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Thursday, October 11, 2012

HTML5 Game Development for Windows 8 #3

Welcome back to my HTML5 game programming series. In this part of the tutorial we are going to finish our first HTML5 game for Windows 8. Note: This tutorial was written on the plane to Las Vegas, will fix typos at a later time. If you havent completed my previous tutorials, now is the time :) Anyhow. Last time we were left of with a playfield where you could move the hero around the screen, a main menu where you had to tap the screen to start the game, but no enemies. This is what we are going to implement today.

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Friday, October 5, 2012

ASP.NET Multiple File Upload With Drag & Drop and Progress Bar Using HTML5

Drag & Drop is supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 4.0+, Safari 5.0+ and Opera 12.0+. Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and lower have no support for multiple file selection or upload progress but allows to add multiple files to the upload queue by selecting files multiple times.

Took me some time to make it work properly under IE 10, but now Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 is fully supported. Multiple Drag & Drop, multiple file selection, upload progress, chunked uploads, resumable file uploads, automatic retries, preview images and other options are supported.

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