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Microsoft’s Next Generation Web Initiatives: ASP.NET vNext, and Microsoft Edge – Part 1

Speaker:

Markus Egger

Abstract:

It is no secret that the Web is of considerable importance to Microsoft. Areas of interest range from Cloud-based back-ends to client-side technologies. Recently, Microsoft has introduced two major new initiatives of considerable importance to all Web Developers: ASP.NET vNext for development of HTML-based applications, and Microsoft Edge, as a replacement for the previous Internet Explorer browser. Both technologies are expected to have a major impact on the day-to-day lives of Web Developers.

Microsoft Edge is a reboot of Microsoft’s web browser strategy. It is the new default browser in Windows 10. Considering the success and rapid adoption rate of Windows 10, it is clear that web applications need to account for this browser as a client-platform of significance. For developers, this raises a number of questions in terms of support. What compatibility issues need to be considered? What adoption rate to expect? How to take advantage of its uniqueness? This part of the presentation aims to address all these questions and more.

h2>Bio:

Markus Egger is one of the longest running Microsoft MVPs, a Microsoft Regional Director and an ASP.NET Insider. He is also the Publisher of the awesome CODE Magazine, http://www.codemag.com/magazine.

Recorded At:

Dallas ASP.NET UG

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