March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Develop mobile applications with Flex

Thanks the new Adobe AIR 2.5 runtime, web developers can develop mobile applications using the open source Flex framework. AIR is available on Android, BlackBerry tablets, iOS, interactive TVs by Samsung... With the same codebase, you can reach millions of users. Using the last release of the Flex framework ("Hero"), you can rapidly develop rich and engaging applications connected to your back-end (PHP, JAVA, .NET...). During this session, you'll discover how to code and deploy a mobile application for Android leveraging specific mobile APIs such as Multi-touch, the Accelerometer, access to the Camera and the microphone, StageWeb view… and many new features to develop the best user-experience for your application.

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Michaël Chaize


Michaël Chaize is a Flash Platform Evangelist at Adobe where he focuses on Rich Internet Application and Enterprise Integration. Based in Paris, he works with large accounts that need to understand the benefits of rich user interfaces, leverage the existing back-ends to add a rich presentation layer and measure the impact on the existing IT teams. He believes that intuitive user experiences in the Enterprise are key to successful developments of effective, efficient& engaging RIAs.

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