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  • https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM Best Practices for Designing &Wednesday 02/01/12 Interacting on Small Screens. The increasing prevalence of small screens (smart phones, tablets) and the touch screen has forced us to think differently about interface design. What has changed and how can we create layouts that maximize this Rebecca Hagen new type of user experience? https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 10:00 AM – 10:45 Making Retail MobileWednesday 02/01/12 The Holiday season was full of mobile coupons and quick codes. From Black Friday to Christmas everyone became mobile shoppers. Retailers are no longer greeting customers at the store and looking for them beyond the door? Learn the lessons of mobile marketing campaigns as the holiday season greetings to the handy and the Joey Janisheck crafty this holiday. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM Improving UX with HTML5Wednesday 02/01/12 How can HTML5 be used to improve the user experience? Can the new elements, attributes, and events be used to increase user satisfaction and usage success rates? How can you take advantage of HTML5’s improved support for forms, audio and video files, and databases? What should be considered when updating an old site, and when should you start over with a clean slate? Scott DeLoach This session will answer these questions, with tips and code examples you can use to increase usability and provide a more intuitive UI. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM Innovation 3.0 Mobile AppsWednesday 02/01/12 Today, many Brands are resizing 2.0 sites for mobile customers. A good transition step. But 3.0 innovators are rethinking how to Become a truly Mobile Brand: One that serves its Raving Fans, over time and on demand. This has led to a new generation of Branded Apps that redefine how customers stream, search, shop, and share within their mobile lives. This presentation reviews innovation leaps and Terry Ribb insights into the top design patterns and practices for 3.0 apps. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM CSS3 & Advanced DesignWednesday 02/01/12 The power of the web has arrived for mobile phones and tablets. CSS3 gives web sites a dynamic, interactive capability making them feel more like interactive applications. CSS3 provides designers with amazing tools to control the look of the web page. Learn what is essential in developing websites where the pages can be rendered with a Paul Trani variety of shapes and sizes. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM Transitions in AnimationWednesday 02/01/12 With HTML5 there are new ways to animate and new ways call media. Where one starts in designing for animation depends on what you have already. This session describes the migration from HTML4 to HTML5 and how to get the best experience on the Paul Trani web. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM Node.js It’s Behind the Scene thatThursday 02/02/12 Counts So youve got a rich, responsive HTML5 and JavaScript clientside ... can you say the same about your backend? The Node.js runtime allows you to bring your skills to creating scalable, networked programs. Thomas Hughes-Croucher We’ll walk through a live example to show you how to get started with Node.js, run your web applications, and use websockets. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM Case Study Working with APIsThursday 02/02/12 Programming the meat of your JavaScript application is the most productive and lucrative element for any development team. Typically, the last 10 percent of the development effort administration tools, permission architecture, accountability, logging, etc. prove to be the most tedious, and usually end up taking 90 percent of the time allotted for the project. Learn how Viewbiquity Data Objects make that 10 percent substantially easier, while decreasing training time for the adminstrators managing your applications. And, once your JavaScript application is complete and generating anywhere from thousands to even billions of data points, tools must be used Tom Safron to visualize and analyze this information. Learn how simple it is to deal with huge data sets using Viewbiquity Automated Data Layers REST and JavaScript APIs. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM The Richer Experience of HTML5Thursday 02/02/12 With the ever-increasing amounts of data being made available via REST APIs, data-centric web applications are becoming ubiquitous on the web. HTML5 introduces new features that enable such applications to become more responsive and compelling. In this talk I will share my experiences in building a Javascript library that leverages HTML5 features such as IndexedDB and SVG, along with David Zhang modern protocols such as JSON and OData, to allow the development of data-centric web applications with more responsive user interfaces, and simple visualization of data that works across all platforms and devices. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM Security Risks 5.0Wednesday 02/01/12 What is the impact on security from HTML5 have more direct calls into the device and the server? How can websockets be “hardened” to stop attacks. What are the risks we face and how do we detect them? Alexander Heid https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM Animating the TabletFriday 02/03/12 Experience The use of HTML5 provides an opportunity to bring in media and animation from a variety of sources in a variety of ways. We look at the issues in developing for systems that have both touch and tilt. Laurant Hassan What are the guidelines for animating experiences on smart phones and tabets. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM Unity vs. HTML5Friday 02/03/12 Not everyone believes that HTML5 is the panacea for gaming. Gaming has specific characteristics that make gamers want device optimization. Monty Sharma Where is the bang for buck in software to support the game community. https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM HTML5 and GameFriday 02/03/12 Development Is HTML5 the foundation for game development independent of the device? What is the best strategy when developing for multiple devices? Does HTML5 replace Adobe’s ImranMalek Flash or will there always be a need for custom environments? https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI
  • 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM UnConference Wrap UpWednesday 02/01/12 The Audience gets to turn the tables and add a talk, expand the topics and identify the next speakers.Terry RibbMonty Sharma https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/itexpo/fl1 2/registration.aspx?theplan=DCONMI