“The web has not seen this level of transformation, this level of acceleration, in the past ten years… we’re betting big on HTML5.” — Vic Gundotra, VP of Engineering at Google
Peter Lubbers has reimagined his HTML5 courses for Skills Matter, and instead of his original course will now be delivering two in its place.
On May 20, Peter delivers HTML5 WebSocket and Communication. HTML5 offers the possibility to create a new class of real-time applications that are not only simple to build, but also dramatically lower unnecessary network throughput (think: 1000:1) and significantly lower latency.
In his two-day course, Peter shares with delegates the use of HTML5 WebSocket, Server-Sent Events, Cross-Document Messaging, and XMLHttpRequest Level 2 and shows you can how, using HTML5 WebSocket, extend TCP-based messaging protocols all the way to the browser.
Peter’s second HTML5 course is his HTML5 “Fast Track”. In this course you will learn how to create web applications using HTML5, giving you the first hand experience with all the new HTML5 features so that you can start using it in your projects right away.
Peter Lubbers is Director of Documentation and Training at Kaazing, and author of Pro HTML5 Programming. For more information on his HTML5 WebSocket and Communication course at Skills Matter visit http://skillsmatter.com/course/ajax-ria/peter-lubbers-html5-websocket-and-communication.