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Why Responsive Web Design Is Right for Business

August 26th, 2014

The surge in mobile usage continues to skyrocket, yet there are still many businesses that haven’t yet implemented responsive web design (RWD). RWD makes it possible to effortlessly bring your website’s content to mobile users through the development of one code base that makes updates and maintenance simpler, quicker and more cost effective.

Last week, we hosted a webinar, “Responsive Web Design – Part 1: Why It’s Right for Your Business“, during which our visual design engineers, Aaron Bushnell and Ted Waller, shared insights into the world of mobile and the tremendous impact responsive web design has on the revenue growth of a business.

Currently, we’re developing Part 2 of the webinar series which will take place on Wednesday, September 10 and will focus on the next steps to take and questions to ask when making the transition to responsive design. Stay tuned for more information on how you can sign up!

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Watch a Recorded Virtual jQuery Training Class

May 18th, 2013

Due to popular demand from those outside the United Kingdom region who couldn’t make the times for the live training classes we will now record the classes and offer them for a limited time on our password protected server after the live training class.

To get the recorded version just pay for the class you’d like to participate in and then we’ll email everyone that is registered a link, username and password once we host the file. The class will be available on our servers to watch for one week after we send the email out.

About our Virtual jQuery Training

Our next set of public virtual jQuery training classes will be 21 May 2013 – 23 May 2013 from 1PM – 5PM (GMT+1 or BST). These classes are timed so they will work well for those in the UK and Europe but anyone is welcome to attend. We are offering three separate classes, JavaScript and jQuery Foundations, Advanced jQuery Techniques, and jQuery Mobile. You can choose just the class that is right for you for £50 a class or you can get an All-access pass that’ll get you into all three classes for £140.

appendTo’s jQuery Virtual Training: UK

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Day 1

JavaScript and jQuery Foundations

Tuesday, 21 May 2013
1:00-5:00PM (GMT+1)
COST: £50

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Day 2

Advanced jQuery Techniques

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
1:00-5:00PM (GMT+1)
COST: £50

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Day 3

jQuery Mobile

Thursday, 23 May 2013
1:00-5:00PM (GMT+1)
COST: £50

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An Official jQuery Training Event

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appendTo is a Bronze Member of the jQuery Foundation and we are putting this event on as an official jQuery training event. 10% of all our proceeds will go to the jQuery Foundation to further development of jQuery. Use of jQuery Logo is licensed as part of our jQuery Membership.

What classes would you like to see?

We’d love to hear from you. What classes in front-end web development would you like to see offered through appendTo? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll build our next public class around what you want.

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Webinar: Introduction to Amplify

March 17th, 2011

In this 45 minute Webinar Scott will introduce you to the Amplify library that appendTo has recently released.

Amplify is a set of components designed to solve common web application problems with a simplistic API. In this talk Scott will dig into Amplify’s three components to see how it simplifies all forms of data handling by providing a unified API for various data sources.

Amplify’s pub/sub component allows you to implement the Observer Design Pattern in your front-end application. The idea is that someone is broadcasting one or more messages (publishing) and someone else is listening to one or more messages (subscribing). By separating your logic out like this it allows for loose coupling of your components, which results in less brittle and more reusable code.

Amplify’s store component handles persistent client-side storage, using standards like localStorage and sessionStorage, but falling back on non-standard implementations for older browsers.

Amplify’s request adds some additional features to jQuery’s ajax method while abstracting away the underlying data source.

The presentation will be held at 11:00am MDT. Use the following tool to convert it to your timezone.

Please sign-up for this Webinar using the link below:

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