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Posted 17 Apr 2012

Working with Media in HTML5

, 17 Apr 2012 CPOL
HTML5 it is poised to reshape the rich Internet application landscape. It’s set to be the new standard way of playing media on a Web page without a browser plug-in - required with Silverlight, the current accepted alternative to Flash. Here are tips for working with media in HTML5.

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Jason Beres
Other Infragistics
United States United States
As the Vice President of Product Management, Community, and Evangelism, Mr. Beres spearheads customer-driven, innovative features and functionality throughout all of Infragistics' products. Mr. Beres is a Microsoft .NET MVP, a leading member of the INETA Speakers Bureau, and is the chairman of the INETA Academic Committee. He writes a monthly column for Visual Studio Magazine and is the author of numerous works including Teach Yourself Visual Studio .NET 2003 in 21 Days (Sams, 2003), and the coauthor of the Visual Basic .NET Bible (Wiley, 2001), the C# Bible (Wiley, 2002) and Silverlight 1.0 (Wrox, 2007).

Prior to joining Infragistics, Inc., Mr. Beres served as a .NET Architect and .NET Evangelist for Computer Ways, Inc., a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Before exclusively focusing his time on .NET, Mr. Beres taught Visual Basic and Windows DNA at a Microsoft CTEC. Mr. Beres also founded the Non-Profit Ways Community which enables developers to write .NET applications for non-profit charities that are otherwise unable to afford the technology required to write real-world .NET applications. In addition, Mr. Beres also co-founded the Florida.NET Users Group.
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