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01 intro

  1. 1. Meme IDE1 day taster courseGoals for delegates● To understand what the Meme IDE ofers● To leave with Meme IDE installed on your laptop● To be able to build a simple Meme App
  2. 2. Agenda 1:00 Cross-Platform Design User Interface Design for multiple platforms with Meme IDE10:00 1:30 Meme ScriptREFRESHMENTS The programming language used by Meme IDE. 2:15 Communications Communicating from a Meme App to web server.10:30 An exampleIntro 2:30 RoundupAn Introduction to mobile applications, devices and software A chance to cover anything that you need more detail on. 3:0011:00 CloseMeme IDEAn Introduction to the Meme IDE12:00LunchBuffet!
  3. 3. Introductions I amSimon Monk – CTO Meme Apps● You?
  4. 4. Apps in Context● Mobile Applications (Apps)● Games Apps ● Angry Birds etc.● Utilities ● To do lists, expenses recording ●● Bespoke Business Apps ● Field Service ● Mobile CRM
  5. 5. Bespoke Business Apps
  6. 6. Business Applications● Field Service● Delivery● Logistics● Inventory● Sales Team Systems
  7. 7. Platforms Phone / PDA TabletRugged● High initial cost● Low attrition rateShiny● Low initial cost● High attrition rate
  8. 8. Business Solution● Solution not just an App ● Data presentation / capture ● Send data to The Cloud / server ● Client ● Server ● Integration ● Deployment ● Maintenance
  9. 9. IntegrationGreen feld Mobile Extension
  10. 10. Application Design● Modal● Workfow-oriented
  11. 11. Summary● Wide range of platform sizes / ruggedness● Choice of operating system● Solutions not just apps● Linear modal applications (mostly)
  12. 12. Why Meme? Wikipedia● A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols or practices, which can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals or other imitable phenomena.

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