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CANCELLED: Think Mobile: The Experience of a University towards more Complex Services

A session at Open Apereo 2013 Conference (Jasig & Sakai)

Thursday 6th June, 2013

10:45am to 11:30am (PST)

PRESENTER UNABLE TO TRAVEL TO CONFERENCE.

In today's incredibly exciting yet overwhelming world of connected digital devices and computers, the diversity of these devices -- many of which we haven't imagined yet -- is exploding, as will the quantity and diversity of the practices.

Between adaptation of existing services, progressive enhancements, (perceived) performances, Mobile First or MultiTouch First and Responsive Design conceptions, without any dogmatism, here is an unpretentious attempt to "think Mobile and Desktop" at University Pierre & Marie Curie-Sorbonne Universites, viewed from the Front-End side through three examples of deployment: a new version of an existing Portal solution (uPortal/uMobile 4), the UPMC on iTunesU site and a homemade Video Library and their Video Capture Workflow.

I will focus on the Web Context and on Web (app) development and some Front-End web development techniques (html5, css3, JavaScript), concepts and issues we've encountered at the University Pierre & Marie Curie.

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Christian Cousquer

FrontEnd/SoftWare/Mobile Engineer

FrontEnd/SoftWare/Mobile Engineer at University Pierre & Marie Curie-Sorbonne Universites, S.G.Tice/CPM, Service General des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication pour l'Enseignement/Centre de Production Multimedia

4 attendees

  • Eric Goldman
  • Martin Morrey
  • Patty Gertz
  • Christian Cousquer

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  • Aaron Grant
  • Andrew Sears
  • Konstantin Makarov

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When

Time 10:45am11:30am PST

Date Thu 6th June 2013

Where

Opal, The Westin San Diego

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Official event site

conf2013.apereo.org

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