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Saturday, October 8
 

9:30am

The HTML5 Element DOM Interface

In this talk we'll explore the basic Element interface that all HTML elements inherit from -- including additions ( i.e., drag & drop, microdata, etc.), changes (e.g., id), and magick™ (i.e., innerHTML & outerHTML, etc.). The DOM is cooler than you think.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 9:30am - 10:20am
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

10:20am

CSS3 Selectors

Ever felt like you couldn't target the element you wanted? Do you find yourself relying jQuery for presentation needs? No more!  CSS3 further expands on the already present selectors that are built into CSS.  In this session Jake Smith will introduce you to CSS selectors and share usable examples.  Jake will also cover current browser adoption, and the necessary strategies to cover the lapse in coverage.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 10:20am - 11:10am
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

11:20am

HTML5 Geolocation for People Who Don’t Love to Code

Using geolocation, site builders can now enable visitors to interact with content and applications in new ways. In this session, Christopher Schmitt covers the basics of Geolocation and showcases how web designers can add Geolocation to their pages without having to be a programming whiz.


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avatar for Christopher Schmitt

Christopher Schmitt

Author, Self
The Internet's Christopher Schmitt.


Saturday October 8, 2011 11:20am - 12:10pm
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

1:00pm

The Responsive Web - Programming for the Users

As people start to engage the web with mobile devices, tablets, gaming consoles, netbooks and even their crappy old desktops, front end developers are presented with a new set of challenges. Historically the standard has been to try to appeal to the highest sect of people, and if you plan to have your site viewed on mobile or a tablet, you better redirect your user. In this session I plan on enlightening my fellow front-end wizards on a new way, the responsive web.  During the session we'll talk about building a site that responds to the users viewport, using media queries to perfect your layout, how to use @import to keep your stylesheets under control, and the ever tricky fluid images.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

2:40pm

Doing More with LESS for CSS3

As CSS3 adds support for rich styling in standards-based web applications, stylesheet markup can quickly get out of control! Many CSS effects today require repetitive rules to cover the proprietary browser CSS prefixes. LESS for CSS is an open source framework that makes modern CSS more manageable. With support for variables, mix-ins, nested CSS rules, and operations, LESS finally makes complex CSS easy to maintain. In this session, you will discover how LESS can be easily adopted in any project and learn about tools that make it easy to work with and deploy LESS.


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Saturday October 8, 2011 2:40pm - 3:30pm
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704

3:30pm

HTML5: Web Forms 2.0

HTML forms have been the bane of web developers for years. Not anymore! With HTML5 you may learn to love forms. Imagine a day when you can validate a form without any JavaScript. Date pickers, place holder text, pattern matching, required fields, auto focus, error handling, all without JavaScript? That day is not as far off as you think. In this session we’ll discuss new to HTML5 form input types and attributes. We can’t promise that you’ll love creating web forms, but you will gain a new, exciting appreciation.


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avatar for Estelle Weyl

Estelle Weyl

Sr UI EngineerStandardista.com


Saturday October 8, 2011 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Maybee Ballroom C (Ragsdale Center, St. Edwards University) 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704