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  • Blog Post: Modern.IE: new tool for web developers for browser testing and compatibility

    Earlier this week, Microsoft launched Modern.IE : a new web base tool that helps you test, identify, and correct browser compatibility. Whether you are on Windows or not, Modern.IE will help you optimize your site for cross-browser compatibility and provide lots of guidance and tools to help you implement...
  • Blog Post: Windows App Day – slides and video from the event

    A small month ago on November 23rd we welcomed over 200 attendees to our first Windows App Day in Antwerp, focusing on developer and User Experience/web content for building apps. What types of apps you ask? A lot of it was centered around Windows 8 Store apps but also Windows Azure and mobile services...
  • Blog Post: Top resources on fixing IE issues and optimizing for a standards experience on Windows 8

    With Windows 8 currently at the Consumer Preview stage for tech and devs alike, the next version of Internet Explorer is available in preview. Internet Explorer 10 brings 33 new HTML5 & CSS3 site-ready web standards and a noticeable change: One Browser: Two Experiences . To learn more about the browsing...
  • Blog Post: Register for Web Camp Special Edition on May 3 – All New Content

      Join us on May 3 rd for a special edition of Microsoft Web Camp to learn the latest on web development on the Microsoft Platform.  Place to be is the exquisite Event Lounge in Brussels. After the first Belgian Web Camp with Scott Hanselman keynoting in January 2011, as well as some local...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap now fully supports Windows Phone 7 (cross posting)

    My colleague David blogged about support for Windows Phone 7 in PhoneGap released last month. Please find more information and resource below or head off to David’s blog . Back in September, Microsoft joined Nitobi to announce a Beta of PhoneGap support for Windows Phone Mango , and at the same time...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Event: Recordings, slides and content now available

    In November we held the Web & Phone UX event in Ter Elst (Edegem), bringing a full day of sessions focusing on Web & Phone (WP7) Design and Development. Sessions included HTML5, Windows Phone Metro Design from thinking to building and refining, JavaScript habits and patterns, Windows Phone Mango...
  • Blog Post: Web Camps Belgium: Hands-on HTML5 and Web Apps announced

    Web Camps are back! This time you can register for any of the four confirmed one-day events to learn more about using ASP.NET, open source web apps and get to some practical HTML5 coding. What are Web Camps Belgium: Hands-on HTML5 and Web Apps? Web Camps Belgium are free full day training events where...
  • Blog Post: Ten reasons to attend Web & Phone UX Tour on November 3rd

    On Thursday November 3rd you can attend the Web & Phone UX Tour event in Belgium (at Ter Elst in Edegem). It’s a full day full day encounter of web, phone, user experience and development content. Whether you come from the design and user experience angle or a more technical one, two tracks are there...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Tour Belgium on 3 November: full day encounter on HTML5, Phone and UX

    Don’t miss our next event: Web & Phone UX Developer Tour Belgium , taking place on November 3rd 2011 in Ter Elst (Edegem, Antwerp). What can you expect? An inspiring day event addressing User Experience and Development for the Web and Phone, with sessions delivered by top international speakers paired...
  • Blog Post: My favorite tools to optimize Visual Studio for webdev

    How do we make Visual Studio play nicer with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, in other words more of the front-end webdev stuff? Visual Studio 2010 , be it the Ultimate, (free) Web Developer Express or other version, is not fully optimized for front-end web development out of the box. But don’t let the...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap mobile HTML5 framework adding support for Windows Phone Mango

    Yesterday, the Windows Phone Developer blog , together with Nitobi , announced the availability of a PhoneGap beta version supporting Windows Phone Mango. This new option to build applications targeting Windows Phone gives more choices to developers. In particular, Web developers will be able to easily...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip: (free) JScript Editor Extensions for Visual Studio

    As more and more sites and web applications take advantage of JavaScript, it’s always nice to have better editor support for the language in our Visual Studio tools. There is a free extension for Visual Studio available for a few months already, which I only now found out through a newly released video...
  • Blog Post: Dive into the summer with MSDN: HTML5

    We kicked off the MSDN Summer early July where we invited you to dive into the Windows Phone 7 'Mango' developer tools and Visual Studio 2010 Application Lifecycle Management . Now it’s time for our 3rd topic: HTML5 HTML5 has become quite a buzzword lately. You might be asking yourself, should you care...
  • Blog Post: 10K Apart: The Responsive Edition Contest open for participation

    Our colleagues from the MIX Online team in collaboration with An Event Apart just launched the second 10K Apart contest . Last year the contest was a big success with 350+ entries in a month’s time. This year, the contest is themed to Responsive web design. Meet 10K Apart: The Responsive Edition . How...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 and IE workshop by the water, powered by Microsoft Webcafe – 25th August 2011 in Brussels

    “An afternoon hands-on pre event on HTML5 Canvas and Internet Explorer 9” On August 25 we are organizing our next Microsoft Webcafe, an informal tech get-together after hours. Location this time is on the water: the Biouel Boat in Brussels. You can already register for the event on www.mswebcafe.be ...
  • Blog Post: Two quick tests in IE10 PP2 with innerHTML

    Today, I was reading the official post on the Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 2 and Dean Hachamovitch’s P.S. on that post spiked my curiosity. First I read the explanation on the IE Engineering blog that explains some new implementations done on innerHTML in IE9: Interoperable HTML Parsing in IE9...
  • Blog Post: Web developers: try out new IE10 Platform Preview 2 with Drag & Drop, File Reader API, Web Workers, CSS3 Floats and more

    After a first Platform Preview in April, the IE team has now released Platform Preview 2 for Internet Explorer 10. As web developer, front-end web designer or integrator, it’s your opportunity to test new HTML5 technologies support, which will later be coming to the final release. It’s standalone install...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip (link): Mobile Test Drive site

    You probably know Internet Explorer Test Drive , where you can find several developer demos on the different features in HTML5. It’s also the site where you can find the Platform Preview for Internet Explorer 10. Now, with Internet Explorer 9 coming to Windows Phone ‘Mango’, the IE team has created a...
  • Blog Post: BUILD: Use what you know. Do what you’ve always imagined!

    //BUILD windows / September 13 to 16 2011 / Anaheim, California / And all around the world BUILD is a new event that shows modern hardware and software developers how to take advantage of the future of Windows . Learn how to work with the all new touch-centric user experience to create fast, fluid, and...
  • Blog Post: Write HTML5 and CSS3 with Visual Studio 2010 – download the free Standards Update today

    Some folks at Microsoft are just great. Take Mads Kristensen and some folks in his team: last week they released a free update to Visual Studio 2010 SP1 that delivers better support for writing standards web pages. In essence, the extension adds Intellisense support for HTML5 and CSS3, following the...
  • Blog Post: Links from my Demo Day session: HTML5 and the future of the web

    In this post I would like to share the main resources and links of my Demo Day session on June 1st. Demo day is a customer event at Microsoft Belgium where no slides are allowed. Several of the teams show off technology ranging from Office use to Windows Azure, Lync, SharePoint, Office 365, Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: Multi-mania session slides and resources – Hacking your way through website issues with IE9 F12 devtools

    Last week I had the pleasure to do a session at the biggest Belgian design and web development event: Multi-mania . My session covered an overview of Internet Explorer 9 developer tools (F12 devtools). With the release of Internet Explorer 9 and support for standards with many of HTML5’s umbrella of...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Web Camp Belgium recordings and slides available

    Last week on April 6 we organized the first HTML5 Web Camp in Belgium. With registrations running out in less than 24 hours quite some of you will be happy everything is recorded and now available for online viewing or download. We were delighted to have your peers from agencies and partners presenting...
  • Blog Post: Dev:unplugged – participate in the global HTML5 contest and win!

    When you read this, you know it’s good: “We believe that HTML5 and related technologies , in conjunction with faster and faster browsers, finally give developers the tools they need to create experiences that are just as vivid, interactive and high-fidelity as what you have come to expect from native...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 9 is here: a more beautiful Belgian web

    Internet Explorer 9 RTW is now available for download. After a first preview at PDC 2009, a first Platform Preview at MIX 2010, a Beta in September 2010 and RC in February 2011: we’ve gone through a lot to bring a more beautiful web. Actions: Download Internet Explorer 9 RTW Read the official IE Engineering...
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