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Gavin Bell's Creating Social Applications
Creating a successful social application means building a model of a task we commonly do and understanding the social motivations for your community and the individual. The task and the community may vary widely, but the concepts of social objects and the smallest useful application (or minimum viable product) give focus to the design of the application. Gavin Bell’s two day Creating Social Applications course teaches you how to create social applications for the web or mobile, as described in his book. Find out more here
Peter Lubbers' HTML5 WebSocket and Communication
Peter Lubbers' HTML5 WebSocket and Communication is a highly practical two day course that will teach you how to use HTML5 WebSocket and HTML5 Communication to build real-time web applications. The course covers the use of HTML5 WebSocket, Server-Sent Events, Cross-Document Messaging, and XMLHttpRequest Level 2. This course focuses on how to create next generation HTML5 web applications. With these new standards, the browser can now enjoy the first-class citizenry of network communication that has long been enjoyed exclusively by desktop client/server applications. You will learn how to use the emerging standards to build scalable, mission critical real-time Web 2.0 applications. To find out about learning objectives, dates and how to get some tickets, go here
Peter Lubbers' HTML5 “Fast Track”