Web Apps without Web Servers [Online Code]

Number of Videos: 3 hours – 24 lessons Author: Richard Feldman User Level: Beginner Learn how to build web apps that not only function without a web server, but also work offline like native apps—providing the best of both worlds. This video workshop demonstrates how server-free web apps eliminate massive categories of scaling problems, decrease

Number of Videos: 3 hours – 24 lessons
Author: Richard Feldman
User Level: Beginner
Learn how to build web apps that not only function without a web server, but also work offline like native apps—providing the best of both worlds. This video workshop demonstrates how server-free web apps eliminate massive categories of scaling problems, decrease infrastructure usage while improving page load time, and continue to work without an internet connection. Through a live demo, host Richard Feldman shows you how existing web technologies work together to create a seamless offline experience for a rich web app. You’ll also learn how to provide server-free hosting, use offline persistence in the browser, and build an offline-first web app from scratch with Grunt and S3. This workshop covers: Web apps vs. native apps Building an offline-first web app Server-free hosting The HTML5 application cache File I/O in the browser Offline persistence in the browser Working with IndexedDB Syncing with third-party services Making an offline-first web app via Grunt and S3 Richard Feldman is a functional programmer who specializes in pushing the limits of browser-based UIs. He has built a framework that performantly renders hundreds of thousands of shapes in HTML5 canvas, a web app that functions like a desktop app in the absence of an internet connection, and much more in between.
System Requirements:Supported OS:   [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows]Processor:   AnyRAM:   AnyHard Disk:   2GBVideo Card:   Any

Product Features

  • Learn Web Apps without Web Servers from a professional trainer on your own time at your own desk.
  • This visual training method offers users increased retention and accelerated learning.
  • Breaks even the most complex applications down into simplistic steps.