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Tuesday, November 18, 2014
9:00-10:00am
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
5 Things Developers Need to Know About Design
D5-01
Senior Worldwide Creative Cloud Evangelist
Adobe
Exceptional design doesn’t always have to come from the design department. In fact, designers often play by simple guidelines they follow intuitively that anyone can learn. In this session you will learn the techniques designers use as well as the things they wish every developer knew about design. Understanding these 5 things will not only make you better at design, it will help you work better with designers.
10:15-11:15am
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
Second Screen Ubiquity: HTML5 and Sockets
D5-02
Founder
Exhilent
Find out how second screen experiences will not only improve the way you watch television, but will extend to live inperson events in the future. Using HTML5, nodejs and socket.io, you can push content to devices in realtime without it being an app.
11:30am-12:30pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
Beacons and HTML5 – Enhancing the Customer Experience
D5-03
Founder
Exhilent
Beacon experiences in retail are static and require app pushes for content updates to viewers. Discover how using HTML5 hybrid apps can allow your marketing team to push changing relevant content without App Store releases.
12:30-2:00pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  
Keynote Luncheon - Featuring Presentation by OnSIP
X-01
CTO
OnSIP
2:00-3:00pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
Practical Performance - Tips and Tricks to Make Your HTML5/JavaScript Apps Faster
D5-04
HTML5 Technology Evangelist
Microsoft
Looking to learn how to tackle realworld web platform performance problems in modern websites and apps? This session starts with a basic understanding of the web platform and then explores a set of problem/solution pairs built from industrystandard performance guidance. In this session, we will demonstrate performance tips and tricks that will help you improve the performance of your apps and sites today. We will discuss parameters and how performance enhancing tips and tricks can be applied equally to web sites that run on standards based web browsers, as well as to modern apps. Performance parameters discussed will include respond to network requests, speed and responsiveness, optimizing media usage, and writing fast JavaScript.
3:15-4:15pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
Angular or Backbone: Go Mobile!
D5-05
HTML5 Technology Evangelist
Microsoft
Angular or Backbone, which one you will use in your mobile app? How could you develop a mobile app across iOS, Android or windows devices? This talk will take an intimate look at two of today’s most popular frameworks, Angular and Backbone and explore their differences. We’ll show how Apache Cordova opens the world of mobile app development to web developers. In the session, we will demonstrate a “To Do” app using Angular and Backbone, with access to native device capabilities. We’ll compare the frameworks when transported to the world of mobile app development. Along the way, youll also learn what kind of apps are bestsuited for the hybrid architecture and when to make the switch from web app to mobile app.
4:30-5:30pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  ROOM 211B
Real Time Communications in HTML5 and Native Mobile Applications using WebRTC
D5-06
Technical Director
Acision
WebRTC is revolutionizing the telecoms world by making it easy for HTML5 and mobile application developers to add real time communication capabilities to their applications. The ease of integration of WebRTC makes communication context based it becomes part of the application itself instead of a specific external activity. Presenters in this session will: Explain what WebRTC is; Show some example use cases for WebRTC; Discuss what developers should consider in terms of infrastructure when using WebRTC; Describe some of the components and technologies that are available to developers; Demonstrate the power of WebRTC using HTML5 and native mobile example applications.
5:30pm
Tuesday - 11/18/14
  
Special Event TBA
X-02
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
8:00am
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Continental Breakfast - Exhibit Area Open
X-05
8:30am
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Keynote Presentation TBA
K-04
9:10-9:50am
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  ROOM 212C
Standards Update & Direction
D2-1
In this session key leaders and contributors to the IETF and W3C standards efforts will report on the progress of the standards and how they will come to conclusion and release. This session will be critical in helping understand when to start your Web communications development and release.
9:50-10:20am
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  ROOM 212C
The Video Conundrum
D2-2
The future of Web communication is tied to codecs and how media is managed. Over the past three months a number of new developments in video have come to the fore. However, the key debate remains, VP8 or H.264, or what is next. This session will examine the progress being made in the standards bodies to reolving this issue with the key eye on how Micrsosft and Apple can join the Web communications movement. This session will include leading video experts and standards players, as well as representatives from the UCIF and the IMTC. The panel will focus on where WebRTC video is today and where it is going.
10:20-11:30am
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Coffee Break in Exhibit Area
X-06
11:30am-12:10pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  PLENARY PANEL
Can WebRTC Succeed Without Microsoft & Apple?
PL2-1
So far Microsoft and Apple have not committed to supporting WebRTC. This panel will look at what will happen to WebRTC if these companies never support the standard. The question is will WebRTC succeed and will this impact Microsoft and Apple, or will WebRTC ultimately fail?
12:10pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Keynote Luncheon
K-05
1:00-2:00pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Coffee/Dessert Served in Exhibit Area
X-07
2:00-2:40pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  ROOM 212C
WebRTC 1.1 (or 2.0)
D2-3
This session will discuss the new capabilities and functions that have been proposed for the next version of WebRTC. It will include both standards issues as well as the needs for new capabilities. It will be lively debate about both needs and timing of these capabilities.
2:40-3:20pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  ROOM 212C
Managing Expectations in Your Applications
D2-4
New Web communications apps will be deployed into distributed cloud servers and operate across the open Internet. Assuring that you have developed the right tools for a quality experience and have tested your application are critical. This session will focus on planning for a quality experience, testing your application, and instrumenting the operation for quality assurance.
3:30pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Keynote Presentation TBA
K-06
4:00pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Keynote Presentation TBA
K-07
4:30-7:30pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
WebRTC World Live Demos
X-08
7:30pm
Wednesday - 11/19/14
  
Special Event TBA
X-09

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