Learn how to quickly and easily add mobile accessibility to your legacy ASP.NET web forms applications. Embrace the new flexibility of the ASP.NET platform and keep those tablet and smart phone users from complaining about how your web application looks on their device.
In this course, we will examine the various techniques to add mobile friendly capabilities to your applications written with ASP.Net web forms. This course will show you how to configure the site and use adaptive and alternate rendering techniques to present your content in a manner that most mobile devices and tablets will be able to present and your customers will be able to use.
Jeffrey T. Fritz is a Microsoft MVP, an ASPInsider and Developer Evangelist for Telerik with over 15 years of experience building large-scale multi-tenant web applications in the software-as-a-service model. Most recently, you can find him writing about ASP.NET in MSDN Magazine and CodeProject.
Introduction Hi there, my name is Jeff Fritz, you can read my blog at csharpfritz. com, or you can catch me on Twitter at csharpfritz, and we're going to talk about Mobilizing your ASP. NET Web Forms. In this course we're going to discuss why we want to use the mobile web, and what made web forms on mobile so bad in the past, why was it so difficult to use, what makes it now easier and more acceptable to use them on mobile now? In the second module we'll discuss adaptive rendering with the Bootstrap framework, I will show you how you can take advantage of the Bootstrap framework to deliver a unified single website that adjusts appropriately to devices sizes. In the third module we'll take a look at alternative rendering with jQueryMobile, we'll add a mobile switch into an existing web application that will allow ASP. NET to automatically detect a mobile device has connected, and render content appropriately, using jQueryMobile for that browser. And in the fourth module we'll discuss how to handle touch events from our browser, what should we do with these things, how do we adapt and process them appropriately with our web application?
Adaptive Rendering With Bootstrap Hi there, my name is Jeff Fritz and we're going to discuss Adaptive Rendering With Boostrap. In this module we're going to discuss what adaptive rendering is, we're going to see where we might want to use adaptive rendering in a sample website that looks poor when we get it shrunk down onto a smaller device, we'll see some simple strategies to apply rendering for those different browser sizes, we'll learn how to apply the Bootstrap adaptive rendering framework, let's go over to Visual Studio and start taking a look at our demos.