Interested in learning more about Single Page Apps? Want to watch right from your desk? Then please register for the live webcast this Thursday where I’ll be presenting how to build a SPA. I’ll focus on the core principles of a SPA and how to get started with File | New using the new SPA template preview in Visual Studio 2012, how to move beyond that, and where you can ultimately take a SPA. Bring your questions with you and I’ll answer some along the way and a whole bunch at the end.

  • Event: Single Page Apps Jump-Start
  • Hosted by: Linked In .NET User Group
  • When: Thursday Novemeber 15th, 2012 at 1:00pm EST to 2:30 pm EST
  • Where: Register here for the LIDNUG event

Event Details

Single Page Applications (SPAs) focus on delivering better user experiences with significant client-side interactions using JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS. But how do you get started? This session explores the core pieces that help you build end-to-end SPA solutions including code structure and modularity, using data binding and MVVM, abstracted remote data calls, page navigation and routing, rich data features, and responsive design for mobility. Along the way I'll be touching on the ASP.NET SPA template preview, Knockout, Sammy, and Breeze.

The Linked In .NET User Group (LIDNUG) has a great community, but then again LIDNUG  isn’t your traditional user group. The organizers have done a fantastic job at pulling it together and bringing in great presentations from a variety of speakers, and their audiences usually get quite large for a user group. If you haven’t checked them out you should go look at their upcoming events schedule as there always seems to be something interesting for all types of developers.

After the session, if you want to get more details on how to go  further with a SPA, you can refer to my SPA blog post series or watch my video course on building Single Page Apps.