The Offline Web

A session at Scotch on the Rocks

Thursday 5th June, 2014

3:00pm to 3:50pm (GMT)

We are building more powerful and complex web applications both on the desktop and increasingly on mobile, this means we should be building applications that work as well when users are offline as they do online. Drawing from my experience on Firefox OS and PouchDB I will talk about the implications of taking your web app offline and the technologies and API's that will help you do that.

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Dale Harvey

Mozillian working on @Boot2Gecko, Author of @pouchdb, generally obsessed with web + open source geekery. bio from Twitter

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  • Laura Kishimoto
  • Chris Kobrzak
  • Dale Harvey
  • Ashlie Webb
  • Simon Wood
  • Jim Cumming
  • Chad
  • Leonardo Gandini
  • Marius Gratte
  • Max von Preuschen
  • Michael Wolfindale
  • Rob Parkhill
  • Roshenac Mitchell
  • Simon Hooker
  • Sally Jenkinson
  • Stuart Ashworth
  • Terje Karlsen
  • Grant Richmond
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  • Brian Horisk
  • Victor Bonilla

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Time 3:00pm3:50pm GMT

Date Thu 5th June 2014


Adobe Room (Roseberry), Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor

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