Mike Hartington introduces Ionic and its components, builds a sample app, and explores the suite of tools and services Ionic provides for hybrid mobile app development.
Ash Furrow discusses Swift, why Swift was needed, the Objective-C problems it addresses, and how ready it is from both technical and business standpoints.
Jonas Helming, Maximilian Koegel develop a simple client-server app using a variety of Eclipse frameworks and producing 10 different versions of the same client running on the multiple platforms.
Ruth John discusses about the browser, it’s emerging technologies and how much mobile technology has changed the direction of the web, when to go “web” and when to stay “native”.
Colin Mower discusses the challenges met using together Cloud, Big Data, Mobile and Security and how these can work together to achieve business value.
Russ Danner demonstrates how organizations succeeded by leveraging Spring Framework, Groovy, other Java technologies and CMS frameworks to build and manage content rich applications.
Barbara Fusinska presents ideas and approaches for developing a system as a whole, explaining the latest patterns, practices and architectures used in modern day mobile and web offline apps.
Ken Kousen introduces Gradle to Android developers and shows how easy it is to integrate into Android projects.
Soeren Engelbrecht presents tools and check-lists supporting an organization in determining the optimal mix of devices and technologies for their specific users and their specific user tasks.
Bobby Warner discusses mobile automation and dives into the iOS and Android functional testing world using Groovy, Spock and Gradle.
Alex Blewitt introduces the history behind Swift, why it was created, how it differs from Objective-C and how Swift is compiled and executed under the covers.
Neil Turner discusses how TUI made two websites tablet friendly, what it means to optimize for tablet, how needed improvements were identified and how to ensure that future designs are tablet friendly