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on OCAndroid: 3x/yr

  • Nov 9, 2013 · 8:45 AM
  • USC

SoCal Code Camp

This is part of an on-going local multi discipline code camps rotating between CSF, USC, UCSD, etc.


Among the 2 days of sessions are a number related to Mobile development incuding:


All you need to know about voice enabling web pages and mobile apps


Wolf Paulus


The Voice User Interfaces, allowing the interaction with mobile devices through voice, may become the biggest advancement in user interface design since the transition to graphical user interfaces. We will talk about Android’s Speech-To-Text and Text-To-Speech capabilities, before turning our attention to the Browser, to voice-enable Web applications.




Building Mobile Apps with PhoneGap and Backbone


Troy Miles


Mobile is the future, but it is a lot of work to support all of the different device architectures out there. Is there an easier way? YES! PhoneGap, when combined with Backbone, it becomes a cool way to build apps which can run on nearly every popular mobile platform.




Building mobile friendly websites with MVC 4 (the easy way)


Dustin Davis


Building mobile friendly websites is hard. There are many different strategies to accomplish your mobile goals, but they each have their pro's and con's. In this session we'll learn how to do it the easy way.




Easy/Robust/True cross-browser web testing with TestCafé


Mehul Harry


Come check out how you can run functional tests in any browser that supports HTML5. Run tests on remote computers, mobile devices, multiple browsers...




Write once, deploy to multiple mobile platforms


Mehul Harry


Creating mobile apps is tough enough. Now try supporting a native look and feel for the top mobile platforms (iOS, Andorid, Windows 8). This session will show you how HTML5 and JavaScript can create cross-platform and native-style apps with ease. You'll see PhoneJS, ChartJS, and PhoneGap in action.




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    2. LYI1C9: Day 2/Sun ends with the famous raffle.
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