Sessions at Web 2.0 Expo New York 2011 about HTML5

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Monday 10th October 2011

  • HTML5 and the dawn of rich mobile web applications

    by James Pearce

    HTML5 and related technologies enable new ways to build beautiful sites and apps for modern mobile devices. Native developers can now use web technologies to go cross-platform, and web developers can now reach mobile users in familiar, app-like ways. We explore the state of the art in mobile web frameworks, and demo the practical possibilities that this powerful, standards-based approach brings.

    James Pearce

    At 1:00pm to 4:00pm, Monday 10th October

Tuesday 11th October 2011

  • The BlackBerry Web Application platform is going to blow your mind!

    by Adam Stanley

    The BlackBerry Web application platform has gone through some amazing enhancements in the past year: WebWorks SDK, WebKit, Flash, new development tools, HTML5, Web inspector, etc. Come to this session to learn how to easily transform your amazing HTML5 and Flash content into exciting BlackBerry Smartphone and PlayBook applications. Learn how to use Ripple mobile emulator to build your mobile application content and see how to use Web Inspector to debug, profile and test applications running on a live BlackBerry Smartphone or Tablet. Discover how to use available platform services such as the BlackBerry Messenger social platform and BlackBerry Payment Service to attract more users and sell digital goods.

    At 9:00am to 9:50am, Tuesday 11th October

  • HTML(5) Now

    by Tantek Çelik

    HTML5 has captured the minds & hearts of web developers with impressive demos in cutting edge browsers. But what can you actually depend on this month? And is anything dependable in a “living specification”?

    In this presentation Tantek illuminates what makes HTML5 both easier and more powerful, and which features are ready now, roughly usable, totally ignorable, unfortunately ugly, or worthy of web application experiments. HTML5 is also a work in progress – learn how by using it and providing feedback, anyone can help shape this important update to the foundation of the web.

    Tantek Çelik is a well known open web standards advocate and innovator. He is a founder and community leader of GMPG and microformats.org.

    At 11:25am to 12:15pm, Tuesday 11th October