Gecko Technologies CodeStock
Sponsored by RealNetworks
ScheduleWelcome to the registration form for Netscape's "CodeStock" (developer seminar) on Gecko technologies. There are three seminars, the first of which will be offered two times:
- Building Web Content, Applications, and Services with Mozilla and W3C Standards
- W1: Tuesday, September 21st, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
- W2: Wednesday, September 22nd, 2:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
- Enhancements to the Mozilla Plug-in API
- P1: Tuesday, September 21st, 2:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m.
- Embedding Gecko into Software Applications
- E1: Wednesday, September 22nd, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
If you are unable to attend these seminars in person, Netscape intends to provide a live webcast of the seminars viewable through the Internet via RealNetworks streaming video. Want to listen to the live streamed version? Sign up below and you will be emailed a URL for your personal use only.
If you are unable to attend in person or listen to the live webcast, the seminars will be permanently archived at http://media.netscape.com for playback at your convenience. (Want to learn how to webcast and archive your own company seminars? Attend the upcoming RealNetworks Streaming Media Authoring Seminars.)
Agenda Items for Each Seminar
- W1, W2: Building Web Content, Applications, and Services with Mozilla and W3C Standards
- Eric Krock, Senior Product Manager, Netscape Communicator
- Quick intros to HTML 4.0, CSS1/2, DOM 2, XML, XML Namespaces, XUL and Skins
- Using these standards and technologies to build web content and applications
- Code walkthrough of working web applications
- Techniques for cross-browser and backward compatibility
- Mitch Gould of GeneralPicture.com, author of Human Factors Programming using the DOM (forthcoming)
- Introduction to the W3C Document Object Model, level 1
- Tague Griffith, Client Internationalization Engineer
- Using Standards to Internationalize and Localize Content and Applications
- Other experts on these technologies may present as well.
- Q&A session with Gecko engineers including members of W3C Working Groups
- P1: Enhancements to the Mozilla Plug-in API
- Speakers: Alex Musil and Andrei Volkov, Netscape engineers who developed the Mozilla Plug-in API
- Introduction to XPConnect and the Mozilla Plug-in API
- Enhancing plug-in performance by start and stop methods and eliminating the dependency on the Nav4 Netscape Java Virtual Machine
- Providing a backward adapter so enhanced plug-ins continue to support older browsers
- Overview of Mozilla Plug-in API documentation
- Q&A session with Alex Musil and Andrei Volkov
- Expected Speakers: (subject to change, and some may present remotely via teleconference)
- Adam Lock, developer of the Gecko ActiveX control
- representatives from Citec and CustomBrowser.com
Registration FormNotes regarding registration: because of space limitations:
- Advance registration is required to attend these seminars.
- Seats will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
- Attendance at the "Enhancements to the Mozilla Plug-in API" seminar is limited to individuals and companies who have shipped a browser plug-in already or are planning to ship one for Mozilla.
- If you wish to attend the "Building Web Content, Applications, and Services with Mozilla and W3C Standards" seminar, please register for session W2 on Wednesday as space in session W1 is very limited. Register for session W1 on Tuesday only if you are attending the plug-in session P1 as well, or if you are unable to attend session W2. Attendees for the plug-in session P1 will have first priority in registration for session W1.
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