Welcome to dev:mobile Göteborg 2013, May 30th
The Conference is free to attend and will consist of one Keynote and 9 sessionsRegister
The conference will he held at Folkets Hus.
And best of all – it’s totally free to attend!
- Squeeders jobbar med arkitekturfrågor, coaching, mentorskap, utbildningar, systemutveckling, metoder mm. Vi är experter på Java, Microsoft .Net och open source. Som Microsoft MVP och Insider har vi bra relation med Microsoft samt vetskap och kunskap om det kommande och senaste från Microsoft .Net.
- All the music, all the time. Millions of tracks, any time you like. Just search for it in Spotify, then play it. Just help yourself to whatever you want, whenever you want it. Think of Spotify as your new music collection. Your library. Only this time your collection is vast: millions of tracks and counting. Spotify comes in all shapes and sizes, available for your PC, Mac, home audio system and mobile phone. Wherever you go, your music follows you. Join our band With a great product and brilliant people, it's no surprise that Spotify is such a successful and fast-growing
- Introduktion till Azure Mobile Services Azure Mobile Services ger stöd till ALLA mobila plattformar för att kunna lagra data, använda notifieringar, autentisiering och batchkörningar. Presentationen kommer att, med mycket demonstrationer, presentera dessa funktioner och även ta upp mer avancerade användningsfall av tjänsten.
- Low Latency Messaging for Mobile Apps – Or When HTTP and Push Messages Are Simply Not Enough How does the Facebook Messenger app achieve phone-to-phone messaging latency in the order of milliseconds instead of seconds? Answer: It uses the MQTT protocol. And so can you. In this session we look at the MQTT protocol and explain why it in many cases is a much better choice than HTTP or push notification for your mobile communication needs. Using the MQTT protocol your mobile app can achieve secure, reliable two-way communication without killing battery or wasting precious bandwidth. And it’s open source!
- Panel reflection about the future of mobile platforms from a developers perspective Discussion about the future of different mobile platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows and the newcomers like Firefox OS, Tizen, Ubunto and Jolla. We will discuss things like how the ecosystem will evolve, which of the newcomers that will have a chance and what their segment might become. This will give the listener an insight of what to have on the radar for the next couple of years. Moderated by Patrik Malmquist
- Windows Phone – The good, the bad and the ugly Windows Phone has been around for a couple of years and the platform is evolving quickly and is breaking ground around the world. In this session, Fredrik will present his experience developing apps for Windows Phone and WinRT and lessons learned along the way. Among the many issues discussed in this session are: What is Modern UI? What characterizes a successful Windows Phone app? Is it possible to make money on apps in Windows Phone Marketplace? How do you effectively share code between Windows Phone and Windows 8?
- Introduction to RoboVM — Java on iOS RoboVM is a new open-source project with the goal of bringing Java to iOS devices. The RoboVM ahead-of-time compiler translates Java bytecode into native code that runs directly on the CPU without the overhead of an interpreter. Access to the full iOS Cocoa Touch APIs will be provided through a Java to Objective-C bridge enabling the development of apps with truly native UIs. In this talk you will be introduced to RoboVM, its internal workings and the challenges involved in targeting iOS.
- Creating cross-platform real-time network applications using .NET In this session we look at why it's important to give the end-user an as near as real-time experience as possible and how to solve cross-platform network gaming using .NET to target Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
- Android – Pushing the limits After 5 years of development the Android platform is the most advanced consumer platform that a developer can work on. The amount of features and APIs are unparalleled. Many technologies you find in a modern Android device are still missing from most competitors, like NFC, WiFi Direct and Miracast. All of this gives Android developers opportunities for new types of applications that would have been hard to imagine until now. In this session Erik Hellman will give a fast walkthrough of the most advanced technologies and APIs and how developers can use them to build the next-generation of Andr
- Hur väljer jag utvecklingsmodell för mitt nästa mobilprojekt? Alla ska ha appar idag, men behöver alla verkligen en app? Behovet av mobila lösningar växer och det finns många olika sätt att tillfredsställa detta behov. Det finns ingen "silver bullet" som passar i alla situationer, som vanligt måste man utgå från vad man vill uppnå och sedan välja teknik. Responsiv design, mobil webbsajt, webbapp, HTML5, hybrid, custom runtime, native, mobil plattform, det finns många termer som florerar inom mobil utveckling. Låt oss gå igenom dem och kolla på för och nackdelar, när passar de och när passar de inte. Vi kollar på lite olika exempel från varje tekn
- Large scale app development – from team organization to Android application architecture To be truly mobile we need to handle the same functionality on a mobile device as on the desktop. For a feature rich and growing service like Spotify this causes the requirements on the mobile applications to rapidly increase. Being able to support more features and devices increases the amount of code in the mobile apps and the number of developers that need to work on them. This two part talk will cover how to achieve development speed and quality in an application when the team grows beyond a few tight knit developers. It will cover some of the tools and methods used at Spotify to allow
- Advanced Image Acquisition and Manipulation on Windows Phone 8 With Windows Phone 8, Microsoft introduced the Windows.Phone.Media.Capture API that allows for a far more fine-tuned photo capture experience than the previous PhotoCamera API did. It is now for the first time in Windows Phone history possible to set parameters such as ISO, exposure time and exposure value and many more. All this opens for a richer capture experience which we’ll explore in depth using a C#/XAML sample project written for this topic. In previous Windows Phone releases it was only possible to write managed code, but starting with Windows Phone 8 it’s now possible to write ap
- What living in the desert taught me about UX In the United Arab Emirates only 28% of the population has access to broadband or dial-up Internet in their homes. On the other hand - 61% of the adult population owns a Smartphone. This - on paper - makes the UAE the perfect place to adept a Mobile First approach to web design. So what is it like to work with design and User Experience in this environment? In this talk Jon Karlsson, User Experience Designer at inUse, will talk about his experience working and living in Dubai and the Arab world for the past years. The focus will be on mobile design - but other areas will also be recerenced.
- Lesson learned from delivering large hybrid apps! Hybrid apps are a very popular solution that combines native technologies with web techniques. It’s creates a lot of great opportunities but also some challenges. We will talk about requirements, architecture, frameworks, testing, debugging, quality, memory leaks, gray hair and lessons learned from 3 years of delivering custom hybrid apps. The speakers will be Patrik Malmquist, Johan Holm and Joakim Johnson all from Sigma.