Malcolm Sheridan is a Microsoft awarded MVP in ASP.NET, ASPInsider, Telerik Insider and a regular presenter at conferences and user groups throughout Australia and New Zealand. Follow him on twitter @malcolmsheridan.
Building Web Pages with Local Storage
When you’re building or renovating a house, storage is something you need: the more the better. The same principle applies to building websites: you need to store data somewhere. Malcolm Sheridan expands on the topic.
Using HTML5 Video and Audio in Modern Browsers
The potential for HTML5 video and audio to change our approach to using multimedia in websites is immense. Malcolm Sheridan looks at their practical application.
Offline Browsing in HTML5 with ApplicationCache
ApplicationCache in HTML5 provides offline browsing capability, but there are some things you need to be aware of. Malcolm Sheridan points them out.
A Developer’s Guide to HTML5 Canvas
Malcolm Sheridan spins you through just a slice of what you can do with HTML5′s new canvas element now in browsers like IE9.
Publishing with Web Deploy in WebMatrix
Malcolm Sheridan takes a look at Web Deploy, the part of Microsoft’s WebMatrix that makes site deployment easy.
Using Pinned Sites to Build Customer Relationships
Malcolm Sheridan explores some of the more sophisticated ways of using pinned sites in Internet Explorer 9 to build relationships with website visitors.
What’s New in jQuery UI 1.8
jQuery UI is a free library built on top on jQuery. Malcolm Sheridan takes a look at current release version 1.8.
Hosting, Publishing and Generating Traffic with WebMatrix
Once you’ve built your website, the natural progression is to find a host, deploy it to the host’s server and build traffic to your website. Malcolm Sheridan shows how easy this is with Microsoft’s WebMatrix.
Building Dynamic Websites with WebMatrix
Continuing our exploration of Microsoft’s Web App Gallery and WebMatrix, Malcolm Sheridan steps you through using the new Razor syntax to get the most out of WebMatrix. Why not tackle our short quiz at the end?