Articles and sessions

2015

enterJs

Germany, Darmstadt
19th June 2015
Introduction to React

Especially for companies, the question arises, why and which JavaScript Framework they should use. React has proved to be powerful – not only by the fact that websites such as Instagram have been developed with it, but also because it can render by a virtual DOM both on the client and on the server. It thus offers a better testability and is ideal for search engine relevant websites. And the components can be written for the client and server in one language: JavaScript! This presentation shows how React works, what makes it so special compared to other frameworks and why it is the perfect choice for large Web applications (SEO, shared code, …).

Action is Reaction

heise developer

The React JavaScript Framework has been developed by Facebook and is maintained by an ever-growing community. Because of the possibility for React Views to render on both the client as well as on the server, the Framework got a great popularity for many developers.

DWX – Developer Week

Germany, Nuremberg
16th June 2015
React – Isomorphic Framework

Feels like every day a new JavaSript Framework arises. But only every few years such a Framework becomes popular. React is doing many things right. With a virtual DOM it can be rendered on both the client and on the server and thus provides not only a better testability, but is also optimally for search engine relevant websites. In addition, components for the client and server have to be written in only one language: JavaScript!

2014

Less, Sass, Stylus or what?

heise developer

CSS Preprocessors complete CSS with variables, functions and mixins to a strong language and help to keep the code lean. Around 80% of the features of the most popular projects LESS, SASS and Stylus are the same. The remaining 20% are really in details.

Designing Responsive Webseites

heise developer

Flexible designed websites can help to give both users of mobile and desktop devices a great user experience. However, the development requires some considerations: How can a layout be implemented with MediaQueries? What happens with large images on small devices? How to design user-friendly forms? Moreover, let us consider what techniques there are currently on the market, but also which are in work and will be available in the near future.

DWX – Developer Week

Germany, Nuremberg
15th July 2014
Web Performance

Performance on the web has never been more important than now and it gets harder every day to provide a quick page. However, there are some tricks – and thus is not just the usual JS / CSS minifying meant – that can reduce the loading time of the website. In this presentation, new approaches will be shown, which play an important role not only for the desktop, but also for mobile devices.

DWX – Developer Week

Germany, Nuremberg
15th July 2014
Responsive Webdesign: Status Quo

To a responsive website belongs far more than a few adjustments in the CSS. Currently, everyone speak about mobile-first, and it more then just a technical challenge to create a really good responsive website. See in this presentation the current status of what technology provides and on what work is in progress: from box models to frameworks, APIs to Best Practices. One thing is certain: We’re not finished yet!

The Theory of Responsive Websites

heise developer

A website is responsive if the viewport is adapted on different devices. However, there is much more to do than a few changes to the CSS. Topics like “mobile first”, everyone is talking about, are clearly not only a technical challenge.

Heavy chunk splitted

(dotnetpro 02/2014, Seite 24)

In the .NET web framework, a trend is spreading – frameworks such as Nancy FX, FubuMVC or ServiceStack offer three layers: Hosting, middleware, application. OWIN describes them.

A stack of wonder

(dotnetpro 02/2014, Seite 43)

WebAPI would probably be the coolest modern technology for the Web – if there were not ServiceStack. The open-source framework is more than just an alternative.

2013

Developer Week

Germany, Nuremberg
24th-27th June 2013
Die Pro- und die Anti-Patterns

WDC – Web Developer Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
24th-27th June 2013
Responsive Websites – Tipps, Tricks and Hacks

DDC – .NET Developer Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
24th-27th June 2013
Command & Conquer the segregation

.NET User Group Konstanz-Kreuzlingen

Switzerland, Kreuzlingen
10th April 2013
Single Page Apps mit ASP.NET WebApi und Knockout.js

.NET User Group Stuttgart

Germany, Stuttgart
27th March 2013
Single Page Apps mit ASP.NET WebApi und Knockout.js

The mobile websites Diet

(dotnetpro 01/2013, Seite 27)

Responsive Web sites are a hot topic lately. And rightly so, because they leave your website on any device, whether desktop, tablet or smartphone, always look perfect. And without much effort.

Prevention for web pages

(dotnetpro 01/2013, Seite 32)

How do I protect a web-form from attackers? How do I stop email spam? The most common answer to this recurring questions is a Captcha code. But they have their disadvantages as well, and there are other solutions.

2012

DDC – .NET Developer Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
14th–16th May 2012
Interfaces – und die fünf wichtigsten Design Patterns

Predicate: Valuable

(dotnetpro 03/2012, Seite 96)

Collections instead of tables, documents instead of rows, simple C#-driver instead of a complex OR-Mapper – dealing with the database MongoDB is beautifully simple in practice.

2011

Looked under the hood

(dotnetpro 10/2011, Seite 36)

So-called NoSQL databases such as MongoDB and Redis are getting – especially in the Web world – more and more attention. dotnetpro explains what NoSQL actually means, how these databases work and when their use is appropriate.

Prio.Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
2nd–3rd November 2011
Scale this out!

DDC – .NET Developer Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
6th–7th June 2011
Alternative Datenbanken

DDC – .NET Developer Conference

Germany, Nuremberg
6th–7th June 2011
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