Fellow .Net Users,Finally winter seems to be behind us but as the temperatureswarm up, don’t be tempted to skip our next .Net user’s group meeting. BuilderTrends went out of the way last yearto put on an awesome event for us so we’re looking forward to this meeting aswell! Our next meeting will take placeon Thursday May 30th, starting at 6:00 PM. Food and beverage will be served by oursponsor starting at 5:45. And if thatall wasn’t enough, we’ll be giving away a KindleFire to one lucky attendee!**Location:
**BuilderTREND is located at 11011 Q Street Building B. From Q Street, go South on Roxbury Dr andtake your first left into the business park.There is parking in front of the building and around the adjacentbuildings. There will be someone at the front door to let you in.
Jake JohnsonJake Johnson has over 9 years of software developmentexperience. He is currently the Director of Development at BuilderTREND.Prior to helping BuilderTREND dominate the constructionsoftware market, he worked in the insurance and healthcare industries. Hehas been using the .NET Framework for the majority of his professional careerand started utilizing jQuery Mobile with ASP.NET a year and a halfago. Jake enjoys learning and sharing knowledge through the Omaha.NET User Group.Topic:
Mobilizing your ASP.NET web applicationBuilderTREND will demonstrate how to enhance an ASP.NETapplication by creating mobile pages that have the look and feel of a nativeapp. In the modern world, using media queries and trying to shove asloads of content from a large page onto a mobile device isn’t alwayspractical. BuilderTREND will take you down the path of how to get a userthe information they need at their fingertips while leveraging ASP.NET.The technologies that we will be using are Visual Studio, ASP.NET, WCF, jQuery,jQuery Mobile, JSON and HTML5. This demonstration will cover an introduction on how to getstarted using jQuery Mobile and ASP.NET together. Then, we will take youthrough some more complex scenarios such as integrating a device’s camera andgallery photos with ASP pages using HTML5’s latest media capture capabilities,which can be used on both iOS (6.0 and higher) and Android. We will touchbase on some gotchas when pairing ASP.NET’s server side code with jQueryMobile. You will also learn how to create a native application thatseamlessly displays your ASP.NET mobile pages.Sponsor:
BuilderTREND Solutions****BuilderTREND Solutions, Inc. (firstname.lastname@example.org Brian Olson
.NET Users Group Co-Leader