Graham Lee discusses some of the vulnerabilities that may affect Objective-C programming, offering solutions to avoid them.
Sohil Shah discusses creating iPhone and Android enterprise mobile applications based on cloud services using the open source platform OpenMobster.
Chris Adamson introduces several iOS networking APIs: iCloud, Bonjour, GameKit, CFNetwork, Foundation, Media APIs, and System Configuration.
Heiko Behrens shows how to create an iPhone domain specific language using model-driven software development.
In this presentation from Strange Loop 2010, Michael Galpin discusses developing mobile web applications, HTML 5, WebKit, ACID 3, PhoneGap and Appcelerator, Viewports, geolocation, DOM storage, Web Workers, Web Sockets and server-side data pushing, Canvas, CSS 3.0, application cache, the Device API, touch events, video/audio, meta tags, and support for each of these on assorted mobile platforms.
In this talk from FutureRuby Adam Blum shows Rhodes, an open source Ruby-based framework for building locally executing apps with access to device features for all major smartphone devices.