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Mobile Camp emerged from the experiences gained from attending mobile developer conferences held by BlackBerry, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Apple, Adobe and others. Some of the technologies we work with including Apache Cordova, Adobe PhoneGap, Adobe AIR, Java, Swift, Objective-C, JavaScript, C/C++, and NoSQL. By developer and for developers, we strive to give developers the edge in keeping up with mobile technologies as the industry and its techniques are constantly evolving. With this group we hope to excite and unite all that are passionate about the creators of the smartphone. This is an informal group so we are open to suggestions and feedback on what each member wants out of this group. Feel free to suggest topics for discussion, show off your latest app or what you've learned, or just come to the meetups and meet other developers.

Do contact the organizers and suggest a meetup; feel free to suggest any topic. We're always listening.

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Upcoming events (5+)

ORACLE JET Mobile Apps

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SORRY EVERYONE. WE ARE POSTPONING THIS MEETUP. NEW DATE COMING SOON. https://github.com/oracle/oraclejet Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) is targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications. It's a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries that make it as simple and efficient as possible to build applications that consume and interact with Oracle products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services. - Learn JET command line tooling - Learn the Cordova API - Learn the proper use of Knockout.js - Learn how AMD modules work with RequireJS for lazy loading - Review Responsive layout and Responsive JavaScript features - Use ojModule and ojRouter to bring single page applications to life

Enterprise App Stores for iOS and Android
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There is ample opportunity to create iPhone and Android apps that work securely for business users using Secure Work Space from BlackBerry which creates Enterprise App Stores for both iOS and Android. Learn how to protect your business data in the event of phone loss. Easily deploy apps to hundreds of devices at one time. Built on 14 years of enterprise mobility management experience and currently used by 16 of the top G20 governments. This is the only solution with “Full Operational Capability” on U.S. Department of Defense networks. Learn more about Secure Work Space (http://us.blackberry.com/business/products-services/bes-10.html#secureworkspace) Who is running BES10?

Working with Android Studio
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Get a fork... using Eclipse to build Android apps has been deprecated. "If you have not had the chance to migrate your projects to Android Studio, now is the time" -- Android Developers Blog, http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2015/06/an-update-on-eclipse-android-developer.html We will be going over how to migrate your Eclipse projects and running Hello World and going over how to use plugins in the IDE. If any one is interested in presenting on something, let us know. Agenda - Installation of Android Studio - Installation of SDK Manager - Creating a Project - Importing a Project from Eclipse - Differences between Android Studio and Eclipse - Cordova/PhoneGap and Android Studio

Wearables and Watch Apps
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Past events (143)

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