Internet Explorer 9: Designed to help the web development community create rich, interoperable, standards-compliant web applications by providing the platform, tools, and features for the future web. Tune in to this exclusive webcast series on Internet Explorer 9 to explore cool new features of this next generation browser and to create the next big thing on the web.
Do Join the webcast sessions between 18th October & 22nd October, 2010 at 2:30 pm.
|Date & Time
|October 18, 2010 (2:30 pm – 3:45 pm)
Internet Explorer 9: Cool New Features of the Next Generation Browser By Saranya Sriram
|October 19, 2010
(2:30 pm – 3:45 pm)
|October 20, 2010 (2:30 pm-3:45 pm)
Internet Explorer 9: Improved Interoperability through Standards Support Aditee Rele/ Sandeep J Alur
Abstract: What you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) is the most desired end result when a developer builds a website targeting multiple browsers. With increased focus on user experience and evolving standards, it becomes overtly complex for developers in lighting up websites for multiple browsers. This session focuses on how IE 9 compliments interoperability and promotes ‘same mark-up across browsers’ strategy. Click here on the day of the event to join the session!
|October 21, 2010
(2:30 pm – 3:45 pm)
Internet Explorer 9 & Windows 7: A Unique Browsing Experience Aditee Rele/ Sandeep J Alur
Jumplists are a unique capability of Windows 7 which enables users to directly access a specific feature of an application. Internet Explorer 9 provides a unique browsing experience by enabling a site to be treated like any other application on Windows 7. Find out how to light up a site for Windows 7 using IE 9 Click here on the day of the event to join the session!
|October 22, 2010 (2:30 pm – 3:45 pm)
New Tools for Developers in Internet Explorer 9 Harish Ranganathan
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Please note: Audio Issues: Please follow these steps to resolve any audio issues if you face during the session:
- Click on Voice and Video button in the Live Meeting Console and then un-mute the speaker’s icon from there.
If the speaker’s icon is greyed out, please close the session and join the meeting again.
If you see Join Audio under Voice & Video tab, then click on it to connect to the audio.
- In case the Speaker Icon on the top menu bar is disabled, then exit the current session and re-join. Please ensure that you have:
Windows Media Player 9 or above, you have Windows Live Meeting 2007 installed and you are not trying to view the session on Internet Explorer.
Please ensure that you have adequate bandwidth.
Also, the computer Audio controls should not be set to ‘mute’.
Conference Centre: If you are still unable to troubleshoot the audio problem, you have the option to connect to the conference centre and hear the session broadcast.
Dial 1-203-4808000 or 1-866-500-6738 (Toll-Free through Skype) and enter 2989570 (this passcode will be same for all the Internet Explorer 9 webcast sessions) as participant passcode to connect to the Webcast session.
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