- Building Accessibile User Interfaces with jQuery and Fluid Infusion with Colin Clark
- Web. Smartphone. Future. Now. with Jason O'Keefe
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Colin Clark, Technical Lead, Fluid Project; Contributor, jQuery UI
Attend and learn to build user interfaces that are:
1. More accessible;
3. Suitable within mashup and portal environments.
Brian LeRoux, Co-creator, XUI; Contributor, PhoneGap project
Last month, the Washington Post reported that more than 800 million iPhone applications have been downloaded and that there are now more than 25,000 apps in the iTunes store. Clearly, there's an enormous and growing market for mobile applications.
Attend and learn:
- Development options available for building mobile apps, particularly for the iPhone;
- How to create a single codebase that works with iPhone, Android and Blackberry;
Attend and learn:
- Object-oriented design patterns;
- How to recognize the patterns vocabulary so you can better communicate with your peers;
- And more.
Attend this session to:
- Understand the Document Object Model (DOM) - the web browser API so crucial to your work;
Laurens van den Oever, CEO, Xopus
In this session you learn how to:
International Developer Evangelist, Yahoo!
After attending you'll be able to:
- Tap into the “web of data” without having to spend your weekend reading API documentation;
- Access various data sources and remix them without having to write your own conversion algorithms;
- Bring your company’s data into an easy-to-use data mashup interface without being a software architect or API genius;
- And more.
Jason O’Keefe, Senior Mobile Product Advocate, Genuitec
While mobile Web is getting a lot of love these days, many developers still buy into the myth that developing an awesome mobile solution requires macho native programming know-how. Not so! This session is for Web and Java developers interested in developing killer smart-phone applications using the Web programming model and HTML5 technologies; not difficult, device-specific native languages.
Covered in this presentation:
- A brief history of the mobile application development world;
- Application models: Native vs. Web vs. Hybrid;
- Enterprise mobile deployment vs. Consumer application deployment considerations;
- HTML5, WebKit-class mobile browsers;
- One Web;
- Web UI frameworks: JQTouch, Magic, iUI;
- Offline cache, local data, geolocation (e.g., iphone 3);
- Hybrid application models: PhoneGap, Appcelerator;
- Strategies for choosing an application model;
- How to get started: Frameworks, development tools, best practices, OSS & commercial options.