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The Premier Technical Communication
and Content Strategy Conference

October 3-6, 2021 | Fairmont Austin

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Joe Bleasdale

Associate Product Manager, disguise Systems

Joe Bleasdale is currently serving as an Associate Product Manager at disguise Systems, the leading media server platform in the live events industry; best known for providing software on hardware solutions for shows such as The Super Bowl Halftime Show, U2, Beyonce, The Grammys, as well as a whole host of other high profile projects. Alongside his Training role, he serves as the primary MadCap Flare developer for the company's online Help site that covers both hardware & software offered by the company. He won an innovation award for one of his interactive user guides at a young age before going on to become a well-known subject matter expert in the lighting & media control markets.

Joe Bleasdale is currently serving as an Associate Product Manager at disguise Systems, the leading media server platform in the live events industry; best known for providing software on hardware solutions for shows such as The Super Bowl Halftime Show, U2, Beyonce, The Grammys, as well as a whole host of other high profile projects. Alongside his Training role, he serves as the primary MadCap Flare developer for the company's online Help site that covers both hardware & software offered by the company. He won an innovation award for one of his interactive user guides at a young age before going on to become a well-known subject matter expert in the lighting & media control markets.


Monday

Track 13:00 - 3:55

Browser Developer Tools: Skills Every MadCap Flare Developer Should Know, Part 1

If you're developing HTML5 outputs with MadCap Flare, knowing how to inspect, query, debug and wrangle with the output live in the web browser is a critical skill every Flare developer should have. Flare does a lot of the heavy lifting for users new to CSS, but to take customization of HTML5 outputs to the next level, Flare developers have to expand their knowledge into the web development domain. In part 1, you will learn 1) How Flare builds the HTML5 output, 2) Inspecting the page in the browser, 3) Deep dive look into the final HTML structure, 4) Live editing content in the browser for structuring tests & changes, and 5) Live editing content in the browser to change styles & classes.

Monday

Track 14:25 - 5:20

Browser Developer Tools: Skills Every MadCap Flare Developer Should Know, Part 2

If you're developing HTML5 outputs with MadCap Flare, knowing how to inspect, query, debug and wrangle with the output live in the web browser is a critical skill every Flare developer should have. Flare does a lot of the heavy lifting for users new to CSS, but to take customization of HTML5 outputs to the next level, Flare developers have to expand their knowledge into the web development domain. In part 2, you will learn 1) How to bring in selectors from the developer tools, 2) Common selectors & tips for finding elements to customize, 3) Applying CSS to your newly found selectors, 4) Building the new output with your customizations, and 5) Real-world examples of use cases for customizations.

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