March 16th and 17th (Sat-Sun) 2013, BangaloreAn intensive 2 day workshop on the language, the tools and ecosystem, and best practices.
The modern web developer is constantly learning. With the mainstream adoption of CSS3, the availability of quality frameworks, and better tooling for developers, a lot of options have opened up for greater aesthetic expression. If you have basic-intermediate experience with CSS (say, about a year or more), come to this 2 day workshop and learn about the landscape, the new additions to the language, tools and frameworks, and how to develop professional web pages.
Sunil Pai has been a professional front end developer for 8 years. He's cut his teeth on developing webapps and sites for startups, design firms, the government, open source, and corporates. He's also a regular speaker at HasGeek events, and chaired the programme committee for JSFoo 2012. He currently runs his own firm, and thinks the world would be a better place if we accepted the Postel Principle as common law.(twitter) | (github) | (hasgeek)
A look at writing responsive CSS for phones, tablets, IE, webapps - the works! We'll have a look at responsive design and media queries, flex(), retina displays, and other crossbrowser strategies.
The "What's new?" section. We'll have a look at the new CSS3 attributes, upcoming changes in the spec, and how we can leverage some of the new HTML5/CSS3 features in current applications. This includes CSS filters, shims/polyfills, and degradation strategies.
(After you register, Sunil will mail out links to software that you might need to install on your laptop.)
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