AeroGear is a mobile development framework from JBoss that supports mobile web, hybrid, native apps on iOS & Android, and server side resources with extensions into existing projects like RESTEasy. Jay Balunas and Marius Bogoevici spoke at JavaOne 2012 Conference about AeroGear framework. InfoQ caught up with them and Anil Saldhana to speak about mobile development using AeroGear.
In this article Raimo explains the challenges and the solutions he had to come up with, while building a motoric HTML5 game for the NodeKO contest. The technologies used in the game were: Node.js, express (serving static content), Socket.io (letting the client and server communicate, Sylvester.js (a vector library for the physics engine) and jQuery.
A major constraint of web applications has always been connectivity. Jef Claes shows you how to use offline capabilities to ensure the app keeps working even when the network connection isn’t. 3
"Pro HTML5 and CSS3 Design Patterns" catalogs many common patterns in modern HTML5 applications. InfoQ talked to one of the book's authors, Dionysios Synodinos, about the book and working with HTML5.
Daniel Jebaraj of Syncfusion weighs in on the future of Silverlight and HTML5 with guidance on how to choose between the two. 18
Mobile Solutions are different from their Web and Desktop counterparts. Which Mobile Technologies, Development Tools and Processes should you use to deliver Rich Cross Platforms Mobile Solutions? 6
Zef Hemel explains mobl, a cross-platform DSL for building mobile applications, detailing language’s constructs, how to create an application, and why it is better than other similar solutions.
To assess the state of the art in mobile web application development, InfoQ has conducted a virtual panel with the creators of some of the most popular toolkits and frameworks that target this field.
Pro HTML5 Programming, by Peter Lubbers, Brian Albers, Frank Salim, is a book that aims to help developers build HTML5 applications that tap the full potential of modern browsers. 2
Deploying HTML5 is a book written by Aditya Yadav, explaining the HTML5 standard components, showing how they are implemented across major browsers and providing code samples for using them. 1