September 18, 2012 · 6:00 PM
It is not easy to find a framework that provides fast performance, supports the majority of platforms and provides a fun and productive workflow. You really can have your cake and eat it too.
Using a mirror of the Flash API, NME makes it possible to target Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, BlackBerry, webOS, Flash and HTML5 from the same code. Unlike "universal" runtimes, NME applications are native for each platform, making it possible to out-perform most other solutions.
Come and learn how the Haxe programming language and open-source NME framework work together to allow easy and reliable development across almost every major platform, and how they can help you accomplish your next great idea.
Speaker Bio: (Special Guest) Joshua Granick has a passion for great games, functional design and tools that make life easier.
He has twelve years of industry experience; three as a small business owner. He has produced applications and games for brands like Adobe, Apple Jacks, Disney and Eldorado Stone.
From his former selection of TI-series calculators to his current selection of phones and tablets, Joshua loves developing for mobile devices, especially as the skill set for mobile, desktop and web development continue to blur.
He has four kids and a beautiful wife, and currently works in BlackBerry Developer Relations. He is also one of the lead developers for NME, a cross-platform framework.