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Developer's Choice: Building Functional Hybrid Apps for the iPhone and Android
By The Global WebSphere Community Management Team
Jul 23, 2012 8:00 AM CDT

Building Functional Hybrid Apps for the
iPhone and Android

Date: August 15, 2012
Title: Building Functional Hybrid Apps for the iPhone and Android
Time: 11 AM EDT (GMT -4)

Watch the replay and download the presentation here 

In addition to the video replay, you can read the answers to all of the questions asked during the webcast here.

Building hybrid mobile apps that leverage the power of the web with HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well as native capabilities backed by their respective SDKs can be fun, functional and compelling. Attend this webcast to step through building a hybrid mobile app starting from conception to a working application for iOS and Android devices. Get a feel for rapid development using the no-cost developer tools IBM Worklight Studio and the new lightweight IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile – so now you can truly reap the rewards of the rapid development enabled by many great open source projects such as: jQuery, jQuery Mobile, Apache Cordova and many others. See highlights of various deployment challenges to developing hybrid applications. This webcast topic was chosen by GWC members in our Developer’s Choice Survey conducted last month, so don’t miss out on this session that is tailored just for you! In this free webcast, you will learn: 
  • How to build a simple real-world application using the IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile, the IBM Worklight Studio and open source technologies 
  • Reasons to choose a specific technology along with some of development best practices 
  • How you can get all the tools you need to build the same application that is built in the webcast at no cost!

Meet the Presenters:

Carlos Andreu, Software Engineer, IBM WebSphere

Carlos Andreu is a Software Engineer at IBM in Austin, TX. He currently works with a mobile framework called IBM Worklight that aims to provide developers a simple way to write multi-platform hybrid mobile applications. Carlos holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico.

Michael Thompson, Software Engineer, IBM WebSphere

Michael C Thompson is a software engineer at IBM in Austin, TX. Having previously worked on the Linux kernel, other open source projects, and various security spaces including in IBM’s Linux Technology Center, he now works in the IBM WebSphere Application Server system management group. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Clarkson University.


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