Past Meetup

Developing Enterprise Android Applications with Phone Gap

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Did you know that you can easily build natively installed Android applications using web technologies with PhoneGap? In this session, we'll cover strategies for Enterprise Android Application Development - everything from MVC & distributed development, UI frameworks, performance considerations, data visualization, and dev/debug workflows using HTML, CSS & JavaScript.

Come learn about how you can use Phonegap to build your Enterprise Android Applications, network and have fun with other Android enthusiast.

Andrew Trice who is a Technical Evangelist with Adobe Systems will be doing this presentation.

6.30pm - Arrival, Pizza, Drinks, Network

7.00pm - Welcome, Announcements

7.15pm - Presentation Starts

8.15pm - Q&A

8.30pm - Adjournment

Fathom Creative, Inc is sponsoring the location for this Meetup. Here is information about parking around Fathom. Parking meters and time limits stop at 6:30pm, there are a few spots that stop at 5pm. There are two parking garages right on Thomas Circle, one in the Donavan Hotel and the other is right next to the CVS, both entrances are on 14th Street. Both garages are about two and a half blocks from the office – about a 5-minute walk. There is also a Whole Foods on P Street, a little closer (perhaps a good place to park if you need to do some shopping prior or after the Meetup). Fathom Creative is right on 14th Street and is a grey and white building with large glass windows in the front. Press the buzzer next to the door on right hand side, as that goes upstairs to the gallery where the Meetup is held.

Bio: Andrew Trice is a Technical Evangelist with Adobe Systems. Andrew brings to the table over a decade of experience designing, implementing, and delivering rich applications for the web, desktop, and mobile devices. Andrew is an experienced architect, team leader, accomplished speaker, and published author, specializing in immersive experiences, mobile development, realtime data systems, and data visualization. Follow Andrew's blog at