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Create Modern Applications with ASP.NET Web API and SignalR

Remember the early days of ASP.NET development where selecting an item from a drop-down list caused a full post back of your page and caused a full database retrieval and a complete page reload? Those were the days! But application development (and web development in particular) has come a long way since those days. The applications that customers demand need to be lightweight, fast and dynamic. ASP.NET has evolved over the years, too, in order to provide the developer with the tools and frameworks to build these modern applications that can plug into the JavaScript client-side framework "flavor of the week" - Ember, Angular, Durandal, etc.

This talk will focus on the latest offerings in ASP.NET to help you build those types of modern applications -- MVC, Web API and SignalR. If time allows, we'll look at what's coming with ASP.NET 5 to help you stay ahead of the curve. This session will provide you with an overview of a number of tools and frameworks in ASP.NET and how to choose which tool or tools to use when.

Sponsor: Intertech

Presenter

David Hoerster

David Hoerster, a 4-time C# MVP, is a recovering corporate financial analyst and has been working with the Microsoft.NET Framework since the early 1.0 betas. He is the Sr. Solutions Architect for Confluence, a managed investments software product company. David is the conference chair of Pittsburgh TechFest, the leader of the Pittsburgh SteelCloud distributed application development user group, the former president of the Pittsburgh .NET User’s Group (PGHDOTNET) and is also a regular speaker at Pittsburgh and regional user group and community conference events. David can be found rarely blogging at http://blog.agileways.com and tweets occasionally at @DavidHoerster.

Materials

Recorded Webinar

Additional Info

When


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
(Central Time)

Where

Meeting Type: Webinar
Webinar access information will be emailed to event registrants prior to the time of the event.