jQuery + HTML5 + Infragistics Webinar Week Follow-up: Get Code and Decks

I want to thank everyone that attended Thursdays webinar on Building Apps with jQuery, HTML5 & Infragistics.  It was a very interactive session, and the questions were great.  During the 3 webinars (6 different sessions) this week, we had a lot of great questions that will help us drive content for future samples, webinars and blogs.  Over the 3 webinars, we had almost 4,500 attendees!  It's real important that you help me drive the content, so please keep me posted jasonb@infragistics.com for what you'd like to see in these sessions. I'd also like to thank my teammates Mihail Mateev and Angel Todorov, without their help the Q&A & demos would not have been the same!

To get the product so you can run all the demos, download from here:

http://www.infragistics.com/downloads/default.aspx and grab the NetAdvantage jQuery 2012 Vol. 1 Product And Samples.

Here is a link to the zip file which contains the demo code and PowerPoint deck.

http://users.infragistics.com/jasonb/blogs/building-real-world-apps.zip

The recording of the webinar is here, you can watch the webinar on-demand for up to a year:

https://www149.livemeeting.com/cc/gc_pro_namewreg_infragistics/view?id=SBCKB7&pw=8dr~~%3EW

The recording for the weninar on igDataSource is here:

https://www149.livemeeting.com/cc/gc_pro_namewreg_infragistics/view?id=92QNKD&pw=8dr~~%3EW

And the source code and PowerPoint for the igDataSource webinar is here:

http://users.infragistics.com/JasonB/Blogs/igDataSourceDemos.zip

You can get the code samples and other artifacts as well as watch the recording for the HTML5 & jQuery Fundamentals webinar here:

http://blogs.infragistics.com/blogs/jason_beres/archive/2012/06/19/jquery-amp-html5-fundamentals-webinar-followup.aspx

I'll be doing more webinars like this in July and August, around charts, grids and data entry, so keep an eye out for those announcements.

If you have any other questions or have ideas for other webinars, please send me an email at jasonb@infragistics.com.  Thanks again for watching! 


Comments  (6 )

akhtar007
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 10:20 AM

What GUI i can use to build this envirment

akhtar007
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 10:20 AM

What GUI i can use to build this envirment

akhtar007
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 10:21 AM

its possible that i can use VS2010 for development

brianlj
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 7:19 PM

Hi -

I have downloaded samples  (users.infragistics.com/.../building-real-world-apps.zip) but unfortunately can't open in VS.

Specifically, I am trying to open the solution in \IgGridGrudDemo folder and get an error in VS "The project type is not supported by this installation.".  It defaults to opening in VS2010 (professional), although I have multiple versions of VS installed (including VS2012).  I also have infragistics 2012.1 installed.

Little help?  I am not sure what I am missing and the error doesn't really provide much guidance.

Thanks!

Jason Beres
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 7:53 PM

@akhtar007 VS2010 or VS2012 for MVC projects, for the HTML samples you don't need any special IDE.

Jason Beres
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 7:54 PM

@brianlk - make sure on VS2010 you have MVC installed, that would be the project type it is looking for.  If you have VS2012, I believe it will open as MVC4.  You can install MVC3 w/ the Web Platform Installer from Microsoft, that's the easiest way.

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