Thank you to everyone who came along to my session at the launch in Birmingham yesterday - it was certainly pretty packed! I promised a lot of people a copy of the demos and they'll be here soon. In the meantime, I've uploaded a "live" version of my demo site if you want to have a play with it.
The demo source code should be up by the end of today. I've had to change a couple of things in my server control to make sure it works in FireFox as well as IE. Note - you can now get the demo code here.
Click below to see the demo site.
It's only 4 pages and you probably had to see the session for it to make much sense - here's a quick summary:
Following on from the live demo , here's the demo source I used for my launch session. Download the slides
I've been watching your blog for quite a while now and I just wanted to thank you for such a great session!
I'm not really much of a "Web Guy", the closest I get is Web Services, but you put all the info across in a really interesting and engaging way.
I came back to the office the next day and sang the praises of the new CSS and JS features to our Web Devs, although I'm sure I didn't do them as much justice as you did.
Thanks again :D
Thanks to Scottish Developers for inviting me to talk at their event last night. I think the Rangers
I came to your launch session on 19th March, and thought your demo was absolutely superb. Really great to see it on here, as I was racking my brains as to how it was done.
As you can see from my URL, my site is a collection of churches across my home county. It makes usage of mapping, just Google Maps at present, but your session made me wonder just what I could get up to using Virtual Earth maps instead! :)
Andy, John - thanks for the comments. Glad you enjoyed the session and it caught your imagination. John - I want to see that site in Virtual Earth when you're done! :-) Mike