Building websites that scale well to mobile devices is now easy and fun. In this talk, Shawn will show you how to use a variety of client-side and server-side techniques for making your sites look and work great on mobile devices.
by Andrew May
Android is fragmented, there is no doubt. The question is, how can you develop a simple to maintain single codebase, yet deploy to both phones and tablets? Andrew will guide you through the process of creating, and targeting multiple devices and sizes; while utilizing some of the best design practices Android has to offer. This session will cover creating a new project in Eclipse and creating a sample framework required to deploy to multiple devices correctly. If you are looking to further refine your Android development skills this session is for you.
by Steve Bodnar
In this session, we’ll take a look at two of the new features in ASP.NET MVC 4: Adaptive Rendering and the Mobile Project Template. With Adaptive Rendering, ASP.NET MVC includes built-in support for creating websites that look good on desktops and mobile devices without making any changes to the site. With the Mobile Project Template, you can easily create an application that is specifically designed for mobile devices such as phones or tables. In this session, we’ll delve into each of these topics as well as some related concepts so that you’ll leave with a clear idea of when you’d want to create a site using adaptive rendering versus a mobile project.
15th–16th June 2012