Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged web development

.NET Blazor - C# Turtles All the Way Up

Blazor is an exciting new technology that is still being developed. Blazor compiles C# for the client into Web Assembly. and run .NET assemblies in the client browser. Where NodeJS allowed the software engineer to write JavaScript from the client all the way down to the server, Blazor allows the software engineer to write C# f rom the server all the way up to the client. We will look at how to create a web api in C# and a web client in C# that is compiled to Web Assembly.

Speaker

Ken Hill

Ken Hill

IT Manager / Application Architect, UMB

The Neuroscience of Intuitive Design

What do economics, neuroscience, and web usability have in common? Come with me into the intersection of Daniel Kannemahn's Nobel-winning work on how our brains think, Ray Kurtzweil's pioneering research in machine-learning, and Steve Krug's brilliant edict "Don't make me think!"

What does "intuitive" mean to the wetware in your skull? How does intuition feel? How does it work? Can you draw a picture of it? If you love the nerdy science behind the seemingly simple things humans do, this is your talk.

Speaker

Adam Erickson

Adam Erickson

Sr. Architect, DMSi

Progressive Web Apps are the future

Alain Chautard will introduce what Progressive Web Apps are all about and explain why they are the future for web / mobile development.

In this talk, we will see how progressive web apps can allow us to write our web application code once, and use it on any platform with a native behavior. We will see that the very same HTML / Javascript code can now behave like a native Android or IOS application by implementing the Progressive Web App pattern, which is about to become a W3C standard.

We're going to see actual examples of progressive web apps, as well as dive into the different standards involved in making progressive web apps a reality, such as service worker, web app manifest, and notifications.

Speaker

Alain Chautard

Alain Chautard

Angular Consultant, Angular Training