Project Silk: Client-Side Web Development for Modern Browsers

Project Silk: Client-Side Web Development for Modern Browsers

“Project Silk: Client-Side Web Development for Modern Browsers” from Microsoft patterns & practices team. To illustrate this guidance, the project includes a reference implementation called Mileage Stats that enables its users to track various metrics about their vehicles and fill-ups.

Description

Project Silk provides guidance for building cross-browser web applications with a focus on client-side interactivity. These applications take advantage of the latest web standards, including HTML5, CSS3 and ECMAScript 5, along with modern web technologies such as jQuery, Windows® Internet Explorer® 9, and ASP.NET MVC 3.

This guidance is intended for existing web developers who are interested in taking advantage of the latest web standards and technologies.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Architecture
  • jQuery UI Widgets
  • Design and Layout
  • Modularity
  • Client Data Management and Caching
  • Manipulating Client-Side HTML
  • Communication
  • Navigation
  • Application Notifications
  • Server-Side Implementation
  • Security
  • Unit Testing Web Applications
  • Widget QuickStart
  • How to: Check UIElement Properties Using Coded UI Test
  • How to: Create an Automated Negative Test Case Using Coded UI Test
  • How to: Create a Web Client UI Test Using Coded UI Test
  • Glossary

Book Details

Author(s): Bob Brumfield, Geoff Cox, Nelly Delgado, Michael Puleio, Karl Shifflett, Don Smith and Dwayne Taylor
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Format(s): PDF, CHM, HTML
File size: 15.05 MB
Number of pages: 318
Link: Download.








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