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

    This month we have a special out-of-town presenter, Rob Eisenberg, to present on: "Durandal Aurelia: Next Generation Web Apps." Rob is a former member of the Angular 2.0 team, so you won't want to miss what he's cooking up in this next generation web framework! We'll have our usual after-meetup networking; it will be at Jocks n Jills. Free beer! But we're not able to provide food, so grab something on the way, or dine at the bar.

    Abstract: 

    Durandal Aurelia: Next Generation Web Apps

    Want to see what the future of web development will be like? Looking for a simple framework or set of libraries that can help you build complex web or cross platform apps? You’re going to want to see this. In this talk we’ll introduce you to Durandal Aurelia, a new framework with a rich heritage. You’ll learn about the fundamental features of the framework, such as Dependency Injection, Templating, Databinding and Routing, while we build a simple application. You’ll leave with all the knowledge you need to get started building your own applications with Aurelia.

    Presenter:

    Rob Eisenberg is a JavaScript expert and .NET architect working out of Tallahassee, FL and he is the President of Blue Spire. Rob got his start with computer programming at the age of nine, when he thoroughly fell in love with his family’s new Commodore 64. His fascination with programming started with the Commodore Basic language, then moved to Q Basic and QuickBasic and quickly continued on to C, C++, C# and JavaScript. Rob publishes technical articles regularly athttp://eisenbergeffec... and has spoken at regional events and to companies concerning Web and .NET technologies, Agile software practices and UI engineering. He is coauthor of Sam’s Teach Yourself WPF in 24 Hours and is the creator of the Durandal and Caliburn.Micro frameworks. He’s formerly a member of the AngularJS 2.0 Core team, before leaving to return to work on Durandal and it’s next generation version: Aurelia.

    Atlanta, GA 30339 - USA

    Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 PM

    Attending: 54

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