March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Titanium

Develop full-featured native iPhone and Android apps from a single codebase using Appcelerator's Titanium mobile development platform. Titanium uses a developer-friendly javascript syntax with custom APIs and methods that get translated and cross-compiled to native Objective-C and Java. These apps are not HTML/CSS web views wrapped in a "native" package - they are real native apps with native UI components.

You will be introduced to Titanium, what it is, how it works, what the code looks like, pros and cons of the platform, and just how easy it is to make mobile applications with it with a few live demonstrations. My first experience with Titanium took me from being brand new to the platform to built and submitted Android and iPhone apps with identical functionality in 2 weeks.

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Vance Lucas

NetSuite

Vance Lucas is a seasoned programmer with over 17 years of web programming experience dating back to 1998. Vance is a full stack polyglot programmer who currently uses JavaScript/node.js, PHP, and Ruby for most projects. Vance is the co-founder of the Techlahoma Foundation, Oklahoma City JavaScript User Group (OKC.js), and co-organizer of the annual ThunderPlains Developer Conference in Oklahoma City.

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