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Choosing the Right Mobile Development Platform (Part 1)

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As more and more projects are requiring mobile applications, developers are faced with a wide range of options. AIR for mobile? PhoneGap? Titanium's Appcelerator? Sencha? Native? Which development …

As more and more projects are requiring mobile applications, developers are faced with a wide range of options. AIR for mobile? PhoneGap? Titanium's Appcelerator? Sencha? Native? Which development environment makes sense? This session will explore the advantages and limitations of each of these environments from someone who has been in the mobile application development world for over 4 years. Get a clear picture of what these technologies can offer for your mobile development needs.

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  • UI prototyper 15 yrsDeveloping mobile for the past 5 yearsMgr SDFUGACPFC Community Manager
  • Who has built apps for iOS? Android? Playbook? Other? None?
  • What solutions have you used?
  • Building mobile apps are hard
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/6281020696/How to makemoney from yourapp?“Most appstakeatleastsixmonths of full-timework and costbetween $20,000 and $150,000 to develop.” (Forrester Research)
  • Selling your produce in a Safeway vs. your own corner produce market
  • Installing your Web App
  • Installing your Web App
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    • 1. Choosing the Right Mobile Development Platform @ChrisGriffith
    • 2. DisclaimerThese opinions and thoughts are my own, and may or may not reflect the opinions of the company that I work for.
    • 3. What are you building?
    • 4. Application vs. Game?
    • 5. Native App vs. Web App?
    • 6. Native App vs. Pseudo-Native App?
    • 7. Device Platforms to support?
    • 8. Discoverability
    • 9. Updating you app
    • 10. Device Integration? Accelerometer Events Camera File Capture Geolocation Compass Media Connection Notification Contacts Storage Device Information
    • 11. This presentation continues in part 2