THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
The mobile Web continues to be a challenging place for developers and user alike. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to diagnose the many different types of compatibility issues that occur in different mobile browsers.
If you attend this workshop you will get hands-on experience in the following:
This will be a hands-on session. Attendees should bring their mobile phones or tablets and a USB cord to connect them to their laptops. Feel free to come prepared with your own compatibility issues and we can debug them together as a group.
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
This session isn’t aimed at experts, but for developers who know the foundations of the web (HTML, CSS, JS, etc). but want to learn more how to tackle related issues and bugs on mobile browsers.
A laptop, mobile phone, and USB cord (I can bring a handful of Androids), either a *nix-related computer (Linux, Mac), or something like Cygwin installed on Windows.
Mike works as a Web Compatibility Engineer at Mozilla from Austin, TX.
Dan Callahan is a Senior Software Engineer in Mozilla’s Developer Relations team, where he focuses on the Firefox Developer Tools. Dan previously worked on the Mozilla Persona project, an attempt at replacing passwords with user friendly public key cryptography built on open web standards.
Dan tweets as @callahad and swears he has every intention to blog at http://dancallahan.info.
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