Web Age Solutions

Microsoft offers two main styles for developing web based applications: ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC. ASP.NET Web Forms has been in use since the very beginning of .NET Framework where as ASP.NET MVC was introduced just a few years ago. Does one replace the other or can the both co-exist? When should we use ASP.NET Web Forms and when should we prefer ASP.NET MVC? Come and join us for a 1-hour webinar where we discuss the pros and cons of each.

Category:general -- posted at: 12:25pm EST

Arguably, the Backbone.js library and the Angular.js framework are the two most popular JavaScript libraries/frameworks for building Single Page Applications. For principled technical reasons, many JavaScript developers tend to prefer one library/framework while opposing the other. In this webinar, we will examine the strengths and weaknesses of each of these JavaScript approaches to building a Single Page Application. We will aim to help dispel some of the misconceptions about each of these approaches and identify how each approach can be useful to solve specific problems. Also, we will be using a Node.js backend to power our demonstrations including a quick run-through with Browserify to demonstrate how to organize Backbone.js and Angular.js web applications into Node.js modules.

Direct download: ClashJavaScriptTitans.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 12:21pm EST

Join Web Age Solutions and MCT Paul Twigg for a one hour discovery into Office 365 readiness. Whether you are a small 5 person company, a growing 30 person company or a well-established global company there are steps to follow in being ready to deploy the features of Office 365. During the webinar we will discuss the steps and best practices for an Office 365 deployment including options for authentication, e-mail, ECM and social.

Direct download: AreyoureadyOffice365Cloud.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 12:17pm EST

Description: The Spring Framework has been a very popular foundation for many Java programs. So the release of the 4.0 version of Spring in December 2013 has implications for a great many developers. In this webinar we will present some of the major changes in the Spring 4.0 Framework and focus on what the impact of these changes and new features might be for Spring developers. Besides the “Spring Framework” project, which is certainly the core of the Spring platform, there are also a lot of other Spring-related projects available to developers that might be useful in certain types of projects. In this webinar we will also take a quick tour of some of these projects so that you can get up to speed on what has been happening in the Spring space and evaluate how to leverage these new releases within your own projects.

Direct download: WhatsNewonSpring4.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 11:30am EST

SQL Server 2014 got released in early April. Are you prepared for embracing SQL Server 2014? Come and join us for 1-hour webinar where we discuss in-memory tables, updatable column store index and all the newer feat and all the newer features that SQL Server 2014 has to offer.

Direct download: WhatsnewinSQLServer2014.mp4
Category:Microsoft -- posted at: 10:51am EST

 Are you switching to or getting started with SharePoint 2013? For customization and development there are various options available in SharePoint 2013. Come and join us for a 1-hour webinar where we discuss SharePoint Designer, Server Object Model, Client-Side Object Model, Design Manager and App Model.

Direct download: SharePoint2013DevelopmentOptions.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 10:45am EST

In some ways requirements for mobile applications are just requirements. However many of the features that make mobile computing so compelling (multiple forms of connectivity, cameras, GPS, …) give rise to new requirements that we have not had to consider in traditional application delivery. Successful software projects do not just happen, they start with good analysis and design and requirements capture is an important part of that effort. In this webinar we will look at aspects of mobile applications that give rise to requirements not normally considered in traditional solutions delivery.

Direct download: RequirementsCaptureMobileWorld.mp4
Category:Mobile Computing -- posted at: 10:42am EST

After spending some time where the Java language was "stuck" at Java SE 6 because of Oracle buying Sun, Java is moving forward again and companies are starting to leverage some of the new versions. Many companies are starting to move to Java SE 7 since that has been out for a few years and will be the required minimum version of Java EE 7 application servers as those are released. Java SE 8 was also recently finalized and although probably too early for many large Java projects to move to it fully it will help to know what are some of the more significant features of Java SE 8. In this webinar we will focus on the changes in Java SE 7 that projects can use when adopting this environment along with some of the significant features of Java SE 8 to watch out for as that becomes more popular.

Direct download: RecentChangestoJava.mp4
Category:Java -- posted at: 10:41am EST

As consumers of data engage more with easy-to-use tools and vast volumes of data, the demand for real-time access is also increasing. Real-time information is becoming more critical for business decisions and providing services to customers. This webinar explores the impact of providing real-time data on delivering data to consumers, extracting and storing data and overall data warehouse operations.

Direct download: RealtimedataandtheDataWarehouse.mp4
Category:Big Data -- posted at: 10:39am EST

If there is one constant in the mobile world — it is change. The features and capabilities of our mobile devices are constantly changing. In Android these changes include new features, new APIs, a new IDE and even a new virtual machine. In this webinar we will explore changes in Android and how they affect developers.

Direct download: ModernAndroidDevelopmentnewfeatures.mp4
Category:Mobile Computing -- posted at: 3:47pm EST