Announcing a new Meetup for The Online ColdFusion Meetup!
Our 6pm (US ET) talk on Thursday Oct 7 will be “Upgrading your site to HTML5”, with Steve Drucker. (This is a change in plans from the original topic/speaker announced during last week’s session. That speaker has asked to postpone for a few weeks. More on that as the time approaches.)
TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker)
During this one hour session you will receive an overview of the fundamentals of HTML 5 including how it might impact your current development as well as dealing with browser inconsistencies and glitches.
- Introducing HTML 5
- Adding more structure to your document using new tags, custom attributes, and microdata
- Embedding native browser-supported audio, video, and animation
- Refactoring Deprecated Elements
- Using CSS 3 for positioning and typography
- Working with Web Forms 2.0
- Using the for drawing
Check out also Fig Leaf’s new Upgrading to HTML 5 instructor-led training course at:
SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker)
Steve Drucker is the founder/president of Fig Leaf Software, an Adobe, Google, Paperthin, and JackBe premier-level consulting and training partner. Steve has been developing ColdFusion applications since 1995, founded the very first ColdFusion users group, was a contributing author to the very first book about ColdFusion, and has authored over a dozen hands-on, instructor-led training courses including Advanced ColdFusion 9, Administering ColdFusion, Fast Track to AJAX with ColdFusion, and Fast Track to Presto Enterprise Mashups. He is also an author of Adobe’s ColdFusion 9 certification exam. Steve has consulted on some of the largest ColdFusion sites ever deployed including Voice of America (www.voanews.com), National Park Service (www.nps.gov), Hasbro (www.hasbro.com), and Architect of the Capitol (www.aoc.gov). Fig Leaf Software is a veteran-owned small business (VSOB) on GSA schedule. Check us out at http://www.figleaf.com and http://training.figleaf.com.
WHEN: Thurs. Oct 7, 6:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4)
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