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Mobile HTML5 Meetup-SF

  • Jan 17, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Present: your technical knowledge to a group of Mobile HTML5 developers!

Demo: your product at one of SF's largest Developers & Entrepreneurs communities!
Connect: Are you looking for mobile developer or co-founders

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=== Agenda ===

6PM Networking

6:30 Introduction

6:40 Speakers & Panel: Is Mobile HTML5 Ready?

Speaker List

Lance Nanek, Developer Evangelist at HTC

Meyyappan Alagappan, CTO at Trilibis Mobile,

"Server-side Approach to One Web development"

Iker Jamardo, VP at Ludei

7:20 Pane

=== Speaker ===


Lance Nanek

Developer at Evangelist

“Hi, I'm a mobile developer and also assist developers as part of the HTC dev program.”

Presentation:

It's tough to keep track of the latest news at work! We're writing an app for ourselves and people interested to stay on top:  HTC Newsroom. This app alerts users to new stories posted to various RSS feeds.  It is written inPhoneGap and runs on Android, Windows Phone, and iOS.  There's a lot of interesting technical ground to present because this requires checking for updates in the background, something that requires native plugins in PhoneGap and interaction between JavaScript and native code.

Come learn how to implement something really advanced in PhoneGap!

Meyyappan Alagappan

CTO at Trilibis Mobile

As an innovator in mobile software, Meyyappan is responsible for the Trilibis's technical strategy and direction. He is currently focused on creating technology that transforms multi-device web development using a hybrid of Responsive Web Design and server side intelligence. Meyyappan joined Trilibis in 2004 as the Chief Architect of the SmartPath Mobile Publishing Solution and is responsible for its development from a concept to a revenue-generating development platform that powers core mobile initiatives for Fandango, Univision, Abbott, to name a few.Prior to joining Trilibis, Meyyappan was the founder and CTO of Mobile Solution, a developer of products that facilitated real-time mobile connectivity for carrier and enterprises. Meyyappan also worked for 10 years as a technology and management consultant for Cisco Systems, Fujitsu and Siemens, as well as several technology start-ups including Electron Economy (acquired by Viewlocity) and OnMobile (Mobile subsidiary of Infosys Systems). Meyyappan holds an MS in Information Technology from the University of Birmingham, England, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology (REC), Tiruchirappalli India.

Presentation:
Whether your preference is One Web, dedicated mobile sites or a blend of the two, SmartPath Next enables you to efficiently create cross-device, optimized web experiences that work flawlessly on any device, regardless of its browser and hardware capabilities. SmartPath Next is an HTML/CSS post processing application that resides on the web server. To offer device-specific experiences and content, developers add SmartPath Next tags and attributes to a site’s HTML/CSS code. These tags and attributes specify which content or HTML code block should be displayed on which device. Developers can choose from over 40 pre-defined device and browser groups to accelerate development. Alternatively, they can create custom groups to achieve the desired level of granularity. At runtime, the SmartPath Next software post-processes the HTML/CSS for these device-designating tags and attributes, serving only the code appropriate for the requesting device. Because the software only touches the front-end code base, the backend code requires no modification.

IkerJamardo

VP of Engineering at Ludei

“We have developed a complete stack of technology to make HTML5 game a reality today:  CAAT game engine and CocoonJS.  Proficient in C/C++, Java and JavaScript, I have been responsible of the basic architecture of our technology.”

Presentation:

We have released iBasket in HTML5. This game has been developed natively for iOS and Android independently and has more than 15M users. Thanks to our CocoonJS technology, the game performs with native like performance and features (IAPs, ads,facebook and GameCenter integration, ...) in iOS and Android (as well as in the Web of course ;). The platform has 2000+ developers and we have published nearly 100 titles in iOS and Android in the last couple of months.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great content, great venue. The 3rd speaker was outstanding. The first speaker didn't look up from his computer once in 15 minutes, until he was finished. Even though I was willing him to do so mentally the entire time ;p

    2 · January 18, 2013

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