Create the Web Tour

Wed, 17 Oct 2012, 16:00 - 19:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Oslo, NO

Location is still not decided. We'll update as soon as we know and email attendees.

The next generation of HTML and CSS offer powerful new features for creating content that is graphically rich. Leverage animation, motion graphics, and sophisticated graphical techniques when building for the modern web. Come see what Adobe is doing to move the web forward in these areas by working on new W3C specifications, tools that help designers create content, and services for testing content across screens. We'll be showing off the latest tools for responsive design, mobile app development, code debugging, and mobile app deployment including the latest features of PhoneGap and PhoneGap build. We'll also show some bleeding edge CSS capabilities that Adobe has been heavily involved in that will re-excite you about web standards.

Mobile web development and testing
We are going to show some the workflows modern web developers and designers can rely on when it comes to mobile web development and design. Some of these are based on open source projects, others on commercial software.

Mobile app development
There are different methods to build mobile native apps: using native SDK or frameworks that create hybrid apps (like PhoneGap). We will talk about how PhoneGap can help you to create mobile apps using open web technologies. We will also cover PhoneGap Build a hosted service that takes away the pain of packaging and deploying native installers for iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, webOS, and Symbian when working with PhoneGap.

More info about the speakers:
Michael Chaize | @mchaize |
Mihai Corlan |

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