Friday, August 30, 2013

HTML5 Tours in India (in 5 metropolis cities - New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune); 17-25 September

HTML5 Tours in India
17-25 September 2013
Organized by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) India Office

HTML5 is the cornerstone of the Open Web Platform that the Web community is building. The Web has become a critical global resource that is transforming all industries, including mobile, television, gaming, publishing, and health care. Forward-thinking industries are turning to the Web as the platform of choice for integrating diverse devices, services, and business models. This W3C HTML5 training course will let you know about all the new features that were introduced to help Web site authors to create great Web sites, in a simplified but powerful way. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) India Office is organizing an HTML5 Tour in India from 17 - 25 September 2013. The Eminent technology leader & expert from the World Wide Web Consortium will impart training on HTML5 and W3C's Open Web Platform to developers, students and other academies. The Tour will be scheduled across India's 5 metropolis cities - New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune.

1. 17th September 2013
Location : New Delhi
Theme : Authoring the Web: New ways to build complex Web content, including the use of Web Components
2. 19th September 2013
Location : Bangalore
Theme : Understanding the Web: Core features of the Web Platform (aka HTML5)
3. 21st September 2013
Location : IIIT Hyderabad
Theme : Powering the Web: New ways to tune and optimize the performance of Web applications
4. 23rd September 2013
Location : C-DAC Kolkata
Theme : Rethinking the Web: New modes of operation for Web applications,including offline Web applications, the Next Generation
5. 25th September 2013
Location : C-DAC, Pune
Theme : Connecting the Web: New ways to use the Web to connect with other people, including real-time video chat and video conferencing (WebRTC)

Essential Knowledge:
HTML: Basic Knowledge of HTML
CSS: minimal familiarity with CSS
DOM: extensive knowledge of the DOM is not necessary, but the ability to work with some of its more basic methods (getElementById, appendChild, etc.) is required
JavaScript: basic knowledge is sufficient

Who should attend?
Web developers and content authors ready to update their skills with HTML5
Web designers
Mobile Web developers
Beginning to intermediate programmers with basic Web knowledge who want to learn new skills

Online Registration:
Note:- Participation will be confirmed through an Email.

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