HTML is the language of the web. For years is was stagnant, but the whatwg group finally kicked the W3C into action. Now everybody's getting on the HTML5 bandwagon. We have the Atlanta HTML5 User Group Meetup, which seems to be going well. They meet at the new Matrix location.

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Events - Atlanta HTML5 User Group

Events - Atlanta HTML5 User Group
  • Atlanta HTML5 User Group

    Chris Morrow will present on Zurb Foundation. Details:
    I will share a modern workflow using Grunt, Yeoman, and Bower to build a foundation based project using Sass. I will then show responsive design techniques using foundation and Sass. The goal is to provide some common uses of Sass and Foundation to quickly and more efficiently create responsive websites.

    Atlanta, GA 30341 - USA

    Wednesday, February 18 at 7:00 PM

    Attending: 18

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/AtlantaHTML5/events/219838035/

  • Atlanta HTML5 User Group

    This month we have a special out-of-town presenter, TJ VanToll, to present on: "The State of Hybrid Tooling." He'll cover topics on the mobile web and hybrid apps.


     Abstract: Debugging, testing, and deploying Cordova/PhoneGap apps has historically been painful, but the last few years have brought substantial advances in the quality of hybrid tooling.


    Hybrid developers now enjoy the full Chrome and Safari developer tools, high quality JavaScript frameworks, easy-to-use simulators, companion apps, cloud builds, a robust plugin marketplace, and more. These advances have transformed hybrid from a niche in the programming world into a robust development option for mobile apps.


    In this talk I'll show off the latest and greatest tools from across the hybrid world—including PhoneGap, Ionic, the Telerik Platform, and more. Come learn about how to use these tools in your mobile apps today.

    Atlanta, GA 30341 - USA

    Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 PM

    Attending: 3

    Details: http://www.meetup.com/AtlantaHTML5/events/219876529/