Tuesday 28th June, 2011
9:50am to 10:30am
The age of Apps is well upon us. From online experts proclaiming the death of the web to the seemingly daily debates on “native vs. web”, the question on everyone’s mind is: how will the web strike back? In this talk, we introduce the Mozilla project’s Web Apps initiative. Through this, we are going to enable an open, competitive marketplace for web applications that enables artists, makers, creators, developers, entrepreneurs worldwide to build, distribute, monetize and engage users by creating compelling App experiences on the Web. The tools, services and infrastructure we are building puts the interests of users and developers right at the forefront. We will demonstrate how this improves the user experience and opens new possibilities. We will also identify several areas where we expect to further foster open innovation and collaboration as together we build the Web of Apps.
Canadian who ♥'s hockey, leads Mozilla Labs, father to amazing girls (1@Cal vs 1@Stanford) & husband to equally amazing woman (@anarsimpson) bio from Twitter
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