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by Bernd Mrohs
Developers seeking a performance “edge” to their mobile map apps have long been stymied by the general constraints of html5 and by the availability of APIs that enable true differentiation. Now, MH5, Nokia’s Maps Framework for Mobile HMTL5, offers an advanced mapping framework that pushes HTML5 to its limits. It's designed for fast, lightweight creation of location-based mobile web apps. The maps application built on top of this framework is available on m.maps.nokia.com for mobile WebKit browsers.
Rigorously optimized for mobile, extremely fast and compact, MH5 enables smooth canvas map rendering and transitions and features that no one else has—like offline tile storage for failsafe user experiences and real-time traffic.
You can easily develop your own native-like mobile web applications that benefit from using Nokia’s maps, search, routing, and places services, just like Nokia HTML5 Maps. A headful API enables rich, ready to go UI components to get your app up and running.
In summary: We will build blazing fast mobile HTML5 Maps apps. Let's create the next billion-dollar Location Based Services that run cross-platform. Taking HTML5 to its limits!
The open mobile revolution is upon us! Thanks to HTML5 and open web standards, mobile web apps can compete head to head with native applications by using features such as geolocation, offline caching, web storage, canvas and CSS3 transitions among many others.
In this session we will cover the basics of mobile web apps creation, identifying the most effective HTML5 features for mobile platforms and examining their compatibility with different devices. We will also talk about the current and future opportunities for distributing and monetizing your apps. Whether you are a web developer looking for a way to “go mobile”, or you are interested in the mobile web apps market, this session is for you.
by Simon Cross
We'll build an Open Graph-enabled application from scratch that works on the Web, Mobile web, iOS and Android. We'll cover:
No powerpoint, no big number slides, no bull***t - just real live demos and code. Everything you need to take on the Open Graph Challenge
1st–2nd June 2012