Author Archives: Banzor

About Banzor

Chris Bannon is a Corny Dad. He is a Certified Internet Webmaster and a purveyor of Fine Scripts. Chris is a Both-end Developer from JS to C#. And a Grinder for the Pittsburgh Pharaohs hockey team.

Pharaohs Charity Hockey Game

The Pharaohs are lacing them up for the MDA (Muscular Distrophy Association) for the 4th annual charity hockey game. This year’s game will take place on March 19. We’ll be facing off against the Metro FOOLS once again at the … Continue reading

Putting the V in MVC

If you haven’t already heard, Wijmo started as an ASP.NET project. When we wanted to completely rebuild our ASP.NET tools, we looked to jQuery UI as our client-side framework. So now that we have Wijmo, it’s time to show you … Continue reading

Building UI with jQuery and Wijmo

We just finished up a Webcast on Wijmo! This session demonstrates how to use jQuery, jQuery UI and Wijmo to build killer User Interfaces. We walk through everything from making a simple Menu to building a dashboard with Charts and … Continue reading

Pond Hockey in Pittsburgh

This weekend I went out with Pat McGhen and some fellow ice hockey players to play pond hockey at Canonsburg Lake. It was an awesome experience to play outdoors in the snow on a frozen lake.

Theming jQuery UI Like an Aristocrat

Here are the slides from my session at jQuery Conference in Boston. Theming jQuery UI Like an Aristocrat View more presentations from Chris Bannon. Feel free to fork Aristo on github:http://github.com/banzor/Aristo-jQuery-UI-Theme If you are interested in jQuery UI Widgets, make … Continue reading

jQuery Conference Boston

I have been having an amazing time here at jQcon. We have been working our asses off to get Wijmo ready to launch. Today we showed a demo to the jQuery UI team and a couple of the core devs. … Continue reading

I am Banzor

For those of you wondering who Banzor is, my name is Chris Bannon. I am the Product Manager for Wijmo at ComponentOne. When I am not working or using the Web, you can find me with the Fam. Here is where … Continue reading