Presentation: Tweet"A snapshot of the mobile HTML5 revolution"
The premise and the promise of using web technologies for building mobile apps is well understood. But are we there yet? This presentation takes an honest look at the state of the art of mobile standards and implementations. We discuss what can be built, what has been built - and of course what will soon be possible - with these exciting tools and approaches.
Q&A: Why attend James Pearce's talk at HTML5 Live in New York 2011
Q. Tell us a little about what you will be talking about at HTML5 Live
A. Are we there yet? We'll take an honest look at the state of the art of mobile standards and browser implementations. We discuss what can be built, what has been built - and what to stay tuned for.
Q. What will people who attend your talk learn
A. How HTML5 is changing the way we can develop sites and apps for the mobile platform - and also how it isn't. What frameworks, tools, techniques and approaches are valuable.
Q. What will they take away that they can apply right away
A. Recommendations, framework suggestions, useful resources & tools. Even code fragments ;-)
Q. In your opinion, why should people attend HTML5 Live
A. Cut through the hype and learn what it can really mean from a practitioners' point of view.
Q. Why is HTML5 exciting for web developers? Architects?
A. Because it's a badge that represents many of the innovative & exciting developments in the web right now. Change is good.Download slides