Webinar Followup: Working with Data in jQuery & HTML with igDataSource

I want to thank everyone that attended today's webinar on igDataSource & working with data in your jQuery applications.  It was a very interactive session, and the questions were great.  

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.


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


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


Remember there is 1 more awesome webinar scheduled for this week:

Building a Real World App (Advanced Level) - Thursday, June 21 @ 2pm Eastern

Learn how to implement a customer management, order lookup & dashboard application using the HTML5 and jQuery skills demonstrated in the previous webinars. In this end to end scenario, you will learn how to connect multiple Infragistics jQuery controls together on a page using the igDataSource and the KnockoutJS MVVM library. You will also learn how to respond to events in various Infragistics controls and update multiple controls on a page, implement customer lookup, order data entry & data validation, and create a dashboard for monitoring sales person activity.

Register Here

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  (3 )

on Fri, Jun 22 2012 3:10 PM

Are you going to be posting the last webinar (Building a Real World App (Advanced Level))?  My colleagues and i had to jump on a production issue and were not able to attend.



on Sat, Jun 23 2012 8:54 AM

When is the code for the third webinar going to be posted?

Jason Beres
on Sun, Jun 24 2012 7:56 PM

Yes, everything is posted and can be referenced from this blog: