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Mobile HTML5 Monthly Meetup

Present: your technical knowledge / product  to a group of Mobile HTML5 developers

Demo: your product to one of SV's largest Developers & Entrepreneurs community!

Connect: Are you looking for mobile developer or co-founders? Join this event!

To present:

=== Agenda ===

6PM Networking 

6:30 Introduction

6:40 Speakers

===Speaker List===

Russell Beattie, Technical Evangelist, HTML5 Platform at Amazon's Lab126

Iker Jamardo

Jeremy Lubin

Benoit Marchant


Russell Beattie

Russell Beattie has almost 20 years of experience working as a general technologist, strategist and entrepreneur with a focus on web and mobility. Currently, Russell is working as Technical Evangelist for the HTML5 Platform at Amazon's Lab126 helping promote development of web apps for Kindle Fire tablets.


Amazon Mobile App Distribution program now enables you to distribute your web apps on Kindle Fire and select Android devices in nearly 200 countries across the globe.


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.”

Jeremy Lubin

I'm Jeremy, the Lead Designer at Capriza. We make it easy to create beautiful HTML5 mobile apps for your enterprise applications without any coding or API integration, in as quickly as a few minutes. Before joining Capriza, I helped Webmasters equip their sites with structured markup as part of the Rich Snippets team at Google.

I'd like to demonstrate how simple it is to create, distribute and run a fully functional Salesforce mobile app in just a few minutes without touching a text editor or IDE.

Benoit Marchant

Benoit Marchant (@benoitmarchant) has been bringing innovative, native-class, user experience to web applications for more than 13 years. Most recently, he is the creator ofMontage, a modern HTML5 framework, which he started with his team as Director of Engineering at Motorola Mobility. Montage was designed from the ground up to create native-class HTML5 applications for mobile and is open-source under a BSD license.
Before working on Montage, Benoit spent more than 10 years at Apple. As the lead developer of HomePage, a web page builder part of iTools -now iCloud- he re-imagined online photo albums by allowing users to re-order pictures by drag and drop. This feature was presented by Steve Jobs during his Macworld New York keynote in 2000. After helping to launch the iTunes Store in 2003, he worked on the iTunes Store's content management application. During that time he envisioned and created Gianduia, his first JavaScript Framework built to simplify the development of rich internet applications, and used to build Apple Retail Applications. He then led the team responsible for providing cutting-edge interactive JavaScript features for worldwide.
There is a growing demand to build increasingly complex mobile applications with HTML5, in part due to its cross-platform appeal. However delivering these applications is still very challenging. The Montage framework was designed from the ground up to build complex HTML5 applications for Mobile. This talk will explain how Montage’s reusable and encapsulated Components provides a natural and effective way to write modular, robust, applications faster by allowing team members to work on different part at the same time.

Venue Sponsor: Telerik

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  • Atul P.

    All the presentations had really useful stuff to make the life of UI developers easy. Thanks guys!

    October 9, 2013

  • anthony a.

    I don't want to spam the meet up but I was looking for a tech attorney to review a proposal and contract I want to sign with a developer overseas. I was told this might be a good place to start. Email me at [masked]

    October 8, 2013

  • Atul P.

    We have great speakers this evening. This session is going to be really interesting! More so, because HTML5 is an open standard and it supports all devices. One single HTML5 application can run on the screen of any mobile device because HTML5 is compatible on any mobile or tablet browsers.

    (in no particular order) Safari iOS (iPhone & iPad),
    Android Browser (Phones & Tablet),
    Google Chrome (Android 4.0+),
    Amazon Silk (Kindle Fire),
    BlackBerry Browser (Phones, BB10, Tablet),
    Nokia Browser (MeeGo - N9, Symbian),
    Internet Explorer (Windows Phone, Windows 8.x),
    Opera Mobile (Android & Symbian),
    Opera mini (Java/iOS Android) and
    Firefox (Android, MeeGo, Firefox OS), etc.

    (and sorry if I missed anything)

    October 3, 2013

  • Arthur G.

    Sounds interesting !!

    September 22, 2013

    • Atul P.

      Indeed.. HTML5 is a very powerful platform for the web. In a nut-shell, it combines web + mobile + gaming and provides many features. This session will be interesting for mobile web developers, game developers, or startups looking for them.

      September 24, 2013

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