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Webinar: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

Selecting the best JavaScript framework for your project and your team can be a difficult choice. In this webinar, I'll take you through the top five JavaScript frameworks.

Webinar Tomorrow: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks!

May 24: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

Webinar: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

May 24: Get Started with JavaScript Frameworks (and select one for your team)

DurandalJS and Wijmo (Part 2)

This is part 2 of a 2 part series. If you missed part 1, you can read it here.

DurandalJS and Wijmo (Part 1)

We’ve noticed a lot more people using a single page application (SPA) framework called DurandalJS, and as a result we’ve also noted an uptick in inquiries on how to use Wijmo in a Durandal application. This blog post aims to demystify much of the process of getting this to work properly.

Awesome recorded webcast now available! JavaScript for ASP.NET Programmer

Are you new to JavaScript programming with a .NET skill set? If so, this is your video! If you missed my webcast or want a refresher, as promised, here is the recording of the session I did last week on  JavaScript for the ASP.NET Programmer!

JavaScript for ASP.NET Developers Webcast Resources

For those joined the webcast on Thursday, thanks so much for setting a record on number of attendees in a ComponentOne Webcast! I hope you enjoyed it!

C1 Webcast with Russ Fustino : JavaScript for the ASP.NET Programmer 9/12

This free session will help you map your skills in C# and ASP.NET to JavaScript, use AJAX over HTTP to send and receive data, and interact with popular browser components for data binding and UI widgets.

Tree with Knockout in a MVC application

Tree widget is used to present items in a hierarchical tree structure. It can easily be used in a MVC application as shown in our online demo.

HTML5 Everywhere : Part 1 Wijmo from scratch

HTML5 is really everywhere, isn’t it? Welcome to my new multipart blog on HTML5 development. Did you ever wonder why every session at a code camp on HTML5/JavaScript/jQuery is packed ? I did, until I sat in on Josh Broton’s session at the Iowa Code Camp last year. He made it clear thru surveys and poll data, you will loose business if your site does not have a responsive web design. You could stand to loose a staggering 60% of your sales if your site is not responsive to mobile devices, tables, laptops, desktops and everything in between. Think about it…. I am sitting on my couch and need to look something up on the internet. My laptop in ten feet away, but instead of getting up and going to my laptop, I pull my Phone 8 out of my pocket and look it up on that device. The site better run good on my phone or I am off to another site, perhaps a competitor. Is your head nodding? Many nod in my seminars, I can tell you that much.

Wijmoscilloscope: The Power of Knockout

Wijmo is a fantastic tool to make your data visible.  Along with its partner Knockout, you can tie all of your information easily and elegantly.

Recap of HTML5TX conference sponsored by ComponentOne

Austin, Texas is incredibly rich in technology, as verified by 300 attendees at the HTML5TX conference this past weekend. Conference organizer Brandon Satrom did an awesome job and took time out to be interviewed by RussCamTV, so stay tuned for that. I also ran into old friend, Jeffery Palermo,  who will be once again hosting Party with Palermo at the MVP Summit on Feb 17, another event sponsored by ComponentOne. I demonstrated Wijmo to Jeffery and he loved it and will be checking it out soon. In fact, I chatted with several folks about Wijmo, as it was a good fit for this conference and I handed out coupons for a show offer of 20 percent off to attendees. If you were at the conference and missed getting a card with 20 percent of Wijmo, please send me a tweet at www.twitter.com/russcamtv .  HTML5 client development is a real world business need. The messaging here is simple. If your app does not work properly on different size devices in the mobility space,  then you will lose business, and lots of it, period. I think Brandon is onto something here with a conference focusing on HTML5. Perhaps I should try and organize a HTML5 conference in Florida, what do you think? All I know is that every conference I attend, the rooms are packed for HTML 5 and jQuery. The attendees at the HTML5TX conference were all buzzing over the great content and presenters. I sat in on Garran Means session on …. Model-View-Websockets and she did a great job, despite being under the weather a bit. Hope you feel better Garann! I have been there as a presenter and the show must go on! The after event party was interesting, having it at the Capital Factory office with a great view from the 16th floor of the Omni hotel overlooking Austin. Capital Factory is a very cool incubation business . The food was delicious. Also, it is just a block away was the famous 6th Street, which totally blew my mind with an incredible lineup of restaurant, bars and people watching. I particularly liked Friends with some incredible music talent on both Friday and Saturday nights. It was a great way to celebrate receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from INETA!

Using SpreadJS with Knockout

SpreadJS supports Knockout (KO), you can easily use Knockout with SpreadJS by following a few simple steps:

Populate Wijtree from External Data Source using Knockout

Since the introduction of Knockout as the official MVVM library, creating dynamic webpages has become a lot more easier. As you all must be aware that wijmo has adopted knockout as its official MVVM library, so you can build lightweight dynamic webpages using wijmo widgets with ease.