Choosing your Realtime Web App Tech Stack – Phil Leggetter

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"We all know the benefits of adding realtime interactive functionality to our web apps, right? But with so many realtime web technologies available how do you know which ones to use in your new or existing web app? Phil will explain why adding realtime data and interactive functionality to your web app is beneficial (just in case you don't know). We'll then take a brief tour of the history of realtime web technologies in order to understand how we got where we are today before diving in to what realtime web solutions are available, and the key points you should consider, when building a web application on some of the most common technology stacks."

Electron – Writing desktop applications using web technologies – Mahesh Krishnan & Cristian Prieto

Wouldn’t you just love to write a desktop application once, and run it on the Mac, Windows and Linux? And wouldn’t it be better if you didn’t have to learn something new to do it – like leveraging on your existing web skills – just HTML, JavaScript, and CSS? If you answered Yes to these questions, then Electron is the answer. Electron is the technology from Github that has been used to write applications like Atom, Slack for the desktop and even Visual Studio Code.
In this talk, Mahesh and Cristian will show you how to get started using Electron and start creating desktop applications using web technologies.

Guitar Tuner Web App

I made a Guitar Tuner using web technologies. This is a quick demo of using it to tune an acoustic 6-string. Check out the blog post at and the source code at

Leveraging Web Technologies in Healthcare
Leveraging Web 2.0 technologies in healthcare is explained by Melanie Matthews, executive vice president and COO of the Healthcare Intelligence Network. She uses real-life examples to demonstrate how the Mayo Clinic, UAB Health System and the Medical University of South Carolina are benefitting from exposure on YouTube and iTunes and how Web 2.0 technologies can extend the marketing reach for health products and services.

Visit to learn more about leveraging Web 2.0 technologies in healthcare.

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HTML tutorial for beginners | HTML web design tutorial for beginners

In this lesson, we will learn HTML tutorial for beginners, HTML is the main markup language for web pages. HTML elements are the basic building-blocks of web pages, learning HTML is your first step to become a web developer. HTML concepts will help you learn other web development technologies faster.

This is a HTML tutorial for beginners, course will teach you the tags used to build web page, you will be able to build simple web pages after you finish this HTML training lesson. This is an introductory HTML lesson and will be useful when you will learn other advanced web technologies like CSS2/CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, PHP…

After learning how to build simple web pages, you should know how to beautify those pages making them professional, usable and presentable and Cascaded Style Sheets (CSS) are used to do that.



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Master in Web Technology 2007-2008 – Università L’Aquila
Master in Web Technology 2007-2008, Università dell'Aquila: presentazione della

quarta edizione del Master.
Intervista al Prof. Alfonso Pierantonio in cui parla delle future tecnologie

del Web, Web 2.0, Social Network, Java 2 Enterprise Edition, Microsoft .NET.

Viene affrontato il problema del lavoro in ambito tecnologico ed emerge che il

70% degli studenti trova occupazione prima del conseguimento del titolo e il

100% dopo il termine del master. Si conclude con una intervista a Balachander

Kryshnamurthy, ATT Research Labs (USA), uno dei ricercatori più importanti al

mondo, studioso dei protocolli internet che affronta il problema dello SPAM e

parla dei limiti di internet.

Web technology expert Mark Pesce on The Alcove

Fascinating conversation with technology expert, consultant, teacher and author Mark Pesce. Pesce recently spoke at the Personal Democracy Forum in New York, and in this discussion he provides his thoughts and opinions on where we are with web and mobile technology, and most importantly, on its critical social and political impact on us all today.