In this episode you'll get to explore the cross-platform mobile strategy we took with the project, and how we built our app using Apache Cordova framework, just once, with it working on any device a volunteer would want to use. We also dive deeper into how Visual Studio 2015 enabled us to build this app quickly and easily, along with how we took advantage of our own (free) Android emulator and other cool debugging experiences.
We'll end the episode with a tour of the mobile app we made over the 3-day event, with all source code available now on GitHub: https://github.com/htbox/
With the proliferation of mobile devices as well as the flexibility of delivering mixed topology implementations of Lync, Exchange and other dependent systems, optimizing your security architecture has never been more important. Derek and team will cover: _x000D_ _x000D_ Security Framework: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability _x000D_ Telecom and network security best practices _x000D_ Trends in authentication: Mobile devices, 2-Factor Authentication _x000D_ Encryption TLS and sRTP_x000D_ Resilient certificate management _x000D_ Mitigating the risk of denial of Service attacks _x000D_ Basic steps for protecting against minute theft _x000D_ Real life edge and reverse proxy scenarios_x000D_
This session describes the new graphics features in Windows 10, including DirectX12, Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 2.0 improvements, as well as other investments in graphics and how they improve the gaming experience on Windows 10 PCs. In addition, this session includes enhancements to the Microsoft Hybrid graphics framework and Miracast support in Windows 10. Topics include: DirectX 12 overview, WDDM 2.0 overview, Gaming improvements in Windows 10, Hybrid graphics and Miracast improvements in Windows 10, and Windows 10 display mode management. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturer, Driver Developer.
Design guru Tommy Lewis wants your apps to look their best. He emphasizes that attractive apps stand out from the rest, so a focus on design is a must. He describes a "visual" way of thinking, covering what to expect during the design phases of your development and what goals to work towards. Last but not least, he covers design principles that you should think about as you design your apps: authentically digital, more with less, pride in craftsmanship, fast and fluid, and win as one.
Even though you're watching this on-demand, Tommy wants to help. Post your questions, comments, etc below or tweet it, mentioning @cdndevs.