appMobi iPhone, iPad and Android Developers

This group will meet regularly to discuss cross-device HTML developer tools for creating native mobile applications for the iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems. We'll include guest speakers that will talk about new advances in HTML, JavaScript and CSS that empower web and mobile developers to accelerate their time to market and reduce the costs associated with deploying across a variety of handsets. Group Meetups will include both technical and market-oriented sessions and will likely meet on a monthly basis. We'll discuss many of the new x-platform development tools in the market, including those from appMobi, appcelerator, Rhodes Mobile, PhoneGap and others. Our primary objective is to educate the market on the availability of these tools and to help expand the developer base that's creating mobile applications.

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Past events

  • AppMobi iPhone, iPad & Android Developers Meetup

    Thu, 3 Mar 2011, 02:00 - 04:00 in Santa Clara, United States

    Mobites and Friends,Our next Meetup is here. Please bring your friends and colleagues as we will meet in Sunnyvale  on Wednesday March 2nd @ 6:00pm for free Pizza,  soda and beer. Awesome door prizes and a great networking environment.Eat and Drink while we recap our game changing announcement from Mobile World Congress. This first of its kind technology will change the way mobile applications are Developed, Discovered and Distributed. The MobiUs Mobile web browser.

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