mobile

Tue, 2014-02-11 12:24

Developing On-Device Java Mobile Apps for iOS ... and Android too (presented by Oracle)

Now you can leverage your Java development skills to build mobile applications that install and run on both iOS and Android phones and tablets. See how Oracle has brought Java to iOS and enabled you to leverage your existing skills to develop mobile applications.
Build HTML5 user interfaces, integrate with native device feature (camera, GPS, etc.) and use Java for the business logic - then deploy to multiple platforms from the same code base. Learn about the Oracle Mobile Application Framework architecture and development experience in this demo focused session.

Sun, 2014-02-09 19:50

Cloud-Powered Apps in Minutes with Azure Mobile Services (presented by Microsoft)

It has never been easier to connect your Android apps to the cloud and enable rich data storage, authentication, and push notifications at scale. In this session you will learn how to use Eclipse to quickly build a powerful mobile app with a cloud-hosted backend, and extend that backend using the power of Node.js. You will learn how to authenticate your app users via their favorite social or enterprise identity provider, and how to deliver customized push notifications at massive scale with just a few lines of code.

Thu, 2014-01-30 17:23

When I shake my phone a developer wakes up! (presented by IBM)

Mobile apps just have to work and deliver value or they quickly get deleted. Your reputation as a developer and that of your business often hinge on the experience of the user and ratings on your apps. A good experience and ratings can help your app go viral and business to boom; and your value to the company grows. However, when a user is upset, you want to know. When your app crashes, you need the data.

Mon, 2013-11-18 12:59

Creating responsive SWT applications with RAP

Mobile devices are everywhere! In the last years Smartphones and tablets have become ubiquitous. This also means that mobile browsers are more and more important because people can surf the web from everywhere. All this different devices and resolutions are a challenge for UI designers.

When doing common web-design you can use all kind of CSS frameworks and magic to create a responsive design. But what about SWT applications?

Sun, 2013-11-03 20:38

Hybrid Mobile Development Tools for Eclipse

Apache Cordova (aka Phonegap) is the de-facto standard runtime environment for developing hybrid mobile applications. JBoss Tools has recently added new features to ease the development of cross-platform mobile applications using Apache Cordova. This talk will explain the principles of building hybrid mobile applications and will demonstrate how the Eclipse based tooling can ease the task. As part of the talk I will demonstrate a complete development cycle for a hybrid mobile application.

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