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Building Mobile Web Sites Using Web Forms, Bootstrap, and HTML5

Course Summary

This course is specifically designed for the Web Forms developer who wants to learn to build modern, responsive, web applications. You can use Bootstrap, HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery within Web Forms.

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    Course Syllabus

    Course Introduction
    - 2m 47s

    —Introduction 2m 47s
    Modern Web Apps Using Web Forms and Visual Studio
    - 55m 34s

    —Introduction to Horizontal Navigation 2m 23s
    —HTML5 IntelliSense and Options in Visual Studio 3m 58s
    —Introduction to HTML5 Input Types 1m 56s
    —HTML5 Input Types Using TextBox Control 7m 45s
    —New HTML5 Attributes 1m 28s
    —Using the HTML5 Attributes 3m 26s
    —HTML Input Instead of TextBox 0m 50s
    —Using HTML Input Instead of TextBox 4m 7s
    —jQuery and Web Forms 4m 25s
    —Demo of jQuery and Web Forms 4m 27s
    —ViewState is not Always Needed 2m 5s
    —Disable ViewState Demo 2m 5s
    —Store ViewState on Server 0m 59s
    —Demo of ViewState on the Server 5m 3s
    —Introduction to Friendly URLs 3m 21s
    —Using Friendly URLs in Web Forms 5m 54s
    —Summary 1m 14s
    Creating Horizontal Navigation for Your Application
    - 44m 49s
    Creating Sidebar Navigation for Your Application
    - 32m 58s
    Creating Forms Over Data Pages
    - 1h 3m
    Standard Business Forms
    - 1h 5m

Course Fee:
USD 29

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Course Status:



1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source and Development & Implementations Community

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