NYC JS & HTML5: Mobile from the Cloud with Tiggzi and AppMobi

  • July 11, 2012 · 7:15 PM
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The group is about connecting people who care about the web, who want to learn or expand their knowledge with JavaScript and HTML5 and related web technologies. We are developers, designers and thinkers in a 'hackathon like' format under the same roof.

Read more at - http://blog.kaltura.org/the-new-york-javascript-html5-meetup

At This Meetup:

Max Katz: Creating and Hosting HTML5 Mobile Apps in the Cloud

Abstract: Learn how to build HTML5 mobile apps using cloud services. Tiggzi is a cloud-based, visual HTML5, and jQuery Mobile mobile app builder. It's incredibly fast to build mobile apps connected to any REST API.

Bio: Max Katz, Head of Community and Developer Relations for Tiggzi (http://tiggzi.com), a cloud-based HTML5, jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap mobile app builder. He loves trying out new and cool REST API's in mobile apps.  You can find out what Max is up to on his blog: mkblog.exadel.com and Twitter: @maxkatz.

Andrew Smith: Create Native iOS and Android games using HTML5

Description: Join Andrew Smith to learn how to create native iOS and Android games using HTML5.  He will talk about how the appMobi XDK tool helps Webdevelopers create cross platform games that feature a leaderboard, achievements, and analytics baked right in.  Learn more here.

At Every Meetup:

  • "Show & Tell" - 15 minutes lightning talks about exciting and interesting projects and ideas. Followed by 10 minutes shared Questions and Answers.
  • The "Helpathon" - You bring your though (or simple) questions and the experts answer!
  • "Hackfest" - Collaborative hacking groups; Creating awesome web apps together. Great opportunity for beginners to learn, experts to teach and ideas to materialize.
  • "Reconvene" - Show the group's projects and plan the next meeting.

Drinks and great food! :)

 

The Show & Tell section is a great kick-start for an evening of learning, it sparks interesting discussions, provide a stage for ideas and skills sharing.
Following, the Hackfest is when groups are formed to collaborate on projects, promoting a hands-on collaborative environment to learn from experts and create cool new web projects.

The Great Tournament - Every 6 months, groups will be able to compete their projects to win great prizes and funding for a more serious product development.

 

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  • Vietnhi P.

    I liked the presentations. And the presenters made themselves available to answer questions. And I learned that knowing Javascript/jQuery is a perfectly valid reason to look fo tools that obviate the need to program in Javascript/jquery. Just because you can do something manually doesn't mean you have to do it :)

    July 12, 2012

  • Jeanine M.

    I meant to share these at the meeting:
    Coupon code mr1vh8q for <jsmag> July 2012
    Coupon code 8a4fgm0 for <jsmag> June 2012.
    I have articles in these issues and also April and May. It is [only] basic JavaScript, but perhaps these or the other articles will be worthwhile.

    July 12, 2012

  • Jeanine M.

    The talks were fine and the company was pleasant.

    July 12, 2012

  • Marvin B.

    brutal audio/video; all I can say is that those who sat in the first three rows (hence could see and hear something) seemed very impressed!

    July 12, 2012

  • Edward H.

    Loved the Tiggzi product! And Max, the presenter, gave a clear & logical demo.

    July 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    A lot of people showed up to enjoy pizza and an HTML5/Java presentation. I thought Tiggzi did a great job but felt that he sped through his demo as though we were already intimately familiar with his program. I don't fault the presenter since he was trying to demo a cool outcome, which he did in spades. Instead, I would alert the program design team. They could really use a much clearer terminology for each required step. JMHO. AppMobi was speaking gaming to a web page crowd. He knew it from the out start and did his best to keep us interested. I would recommend that he prepare three types of demos. One for gamers, one for wanna be gammers and one for last night's crowd. What would have captured everyone's attention, I believe, would have been the creation/explanation of a popular game feature. Ever wonder how this game was created? etc...

    July 12, 2012

  • Michael T.

    Great job by all.

    July 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    It is a COOL future technology but I do not have any experiences on it yet.

    July 11, 2012

  • Keith H.

    I really tried, but couldn't make it either. Double :(

    July 11, 2012

  • Judi

    Can't make it :(

    July 11, 2012

  • Howard_NYC

    Q: how to volunteer? call me[masked] before the mtg, and tell me where and when to get there to contribute... howard

    July 11, 2012

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