by Madhusudan Khoradiya (@maddygeek) on Wednesday, 18 December 2013

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Section
Full talk

Technical level
Intermediate

Objective

The main objective of this session will be providing a light on Windows 8 UI development for the Developers as well as the Designers and how both of them can work together and make a good UI.

Description

Well Windows 8 is very much new to the market and no one has the perfect idea about how to make the good looking UI. So This ssession is basically good for the Designers as well as the Developers who are trying to study Windows 8 UI structure.

In this session the target audience will be from basic to intermediate to expert.

The main aim of this session would be having a more good knowledge for the developers as well as the designers on Windows 8 UI development as well as the strategies that they can follow while designing and developing it.

Speaker bio

I am a good enthu developer with good knowledge on all the leading web technologies.
In my career I have created so many milestones till now by developing Responsive Web Testing Tool, Jquery plugin Starter and many more more for my Company.

I have a good Experience of 4 years on web technologies and right now working for windows 8 UI development and Designing.

Comments

  • 1
    [-] Sumeet (@rajsumeet) 3 years ago

    Looks interesting....Best Of luck!!!!

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    [-] Jitendra Vyas (@jitendravyas) 3 years ago

    What do you mean by Windows 8 UI? Do you mean Metro UI?

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    [-] Madhusudan Khoradiya (@maddygeek) Proposer 3 years ago

    Yes, It will also cover Metro UI concepts for designers and developers.

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    [-] Jitendra Vyas (@jitendravyas) 3 years ago

    Is this talk about making Windows 8 apps using HTML, CSS, JS only?

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    [-] Madhusudan Khoradiya (@maddygeek) Proposer 3 years ago (edited 3 years ago)

    Yes.

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    [-] Kiran Jonnalagadda (@jace) Reviewer 3 years ago

    While it's a great topic, I feel it will be out of place in Meta Refresh where most of the audience will be interested in web development.

    Windows 8 hasn't picked up the kind of interest from developers and designers that iOS and Android devices have. I suppose this is because Windows 8 is about building websites packaged as native apps, while the other platforms were about browser tweaks to make existing websites work, thereby setting a lower bar for adoption.

    My sense is that most of the audience will not be particularly interested in building native Windows 8 apps, preferring to just make websites that work better in IE 10/11.

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