After HTML5: Mobile Device APIs and PhoneGap

A session at Breaking Development 2011

Monday 11th April, 2011

11:00am to 12:00pm (CST)

The world is enthralled with this next ambitious iteration of the web labled HTML5. An amazing array of new features including: offline access, client storage, media, webfonts, new form elements, canvas, svg, css and more. While the spec is still being worked on most of these things are here today in most modern browsers. So what will be next? There are more web enabled handsets than television sets. But this isn't the whole story. Mobiles bring a whole new level of intelligence to computing by way of enhanced sensors and contextual data. This next revolution, Device APIs, is being prototyped in the PhoneGap project. Join Brian for a rowdy look at the not so distant future of the web.

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Brian LeRoux

I'm a free/open source software developer working on Apache Cordova, Adobe PhoneGap, and Topcoat. Love JS. Mostly mobile. All web. bio from Twitter

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Time 11:00am12:00pm CST

Date Mon 11th April 2011

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