HTML5 and the dawn of rich mobile web applications

Development, Workshop
Location: Conference Room E Level:
Average rating: ****.
(4.55, 11 ratings)

HTML5 and related technologies enable new ways to build beautiful sites and apps for modern mobile devices.
Native developers can now use web technologies to go cross-platform, and web developers can now reach mobile users in familiar, app-like ways.
We explore the state of the art in mobile web frameworks, and demo the practical possibilities that this powerful, standards-based approach brings.

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James Pearce

James is a technologist, writer, developer & practitioner who has been
working with the mobile web for over a decade. He is Senior Director
of Developer Relations at Sencha. Previously he was the CTO at dotMobi
and has a background in mobile startups, telecoms infrastructure and
management consultancy. He speaks extensively on the topic of mobile
web development, and has written books for both Wiley and Wrox.

James led the development of mobiForge, DeviceAtlas and ready.mobi,
and is the creator of tinySrc, the WordPress Mobile Pack, WhitherApps,
modernizr-server and confess.js.

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James Pearce
10/18/2011 12:32pm EDT

Vincent, the links are below. It’s ‘jamesgpearce’ for my SlideShare account. Thanks!

Vincent Visco
10/18/2011 11:28am EDT

is your slide show from the new york session on line anywhere? i tried slideshare.net/jamespearce and could not find it

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James Pearce
10/12/2011 5:43am EDT
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James Pearce
10/11/2011 4:52am EDT

Thanks Bryan!

Bryan McAlister
10/10/2011 12:58pm EDT

Very informative, lively presentation.

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