Open Source Mobile Services with AeroGear

A mobile application which doesn't use Internet services is becoming an increasing rarity.  Additionally, there are more pressures to make classic web based services into more flexible platforms which provide services to a multitude of devices.  The goal of this presentation is to survey a small list of mobile service types (RESTful APIs, cloud PUSH, offline support, and sync) and provide concrete examples of how to use AeroGear on Android to interact with them while still preserving a great user experience.

About the Speaker:

Summers is a Sr. Software Developer at Red Hat working on the AeroGear project.  He is also a member of the Atlanta Java User Group and acts as its web chair.  He got an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Ga Tech in Atlanta.  He currently maintains a blog at

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  • Eric H.

    I know nothing about coding and was able to followalong easily.

    1 · July 14, 2013

  • Brandon R.

    It was a really informative presentation. Summers Pittman did a great job of being very interactive with the audience and clearly explaining the concepts of the topic he was presenting.

    July 13, 2013

  • Pressly B.

    Good information. I can see where this might fit in in future projects.

    1 · July 12, 2013

  • Ramesh

    Very informative.

    1 · July 11, 2013

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