In his presentation, Shafron shared some of his knowledge of the final, complex and time consuming 10 percent of development projects – including the coding and headache that goes into permission architecture, accountability and loging and administrative tools.
The speech was essentially a pitch for Viewbiquity's flexible APIs included in its VCI platform, which allows developers to focus more on the actual functionality and other important areas of development than that tedious, final 10 percent.
Now he's back and ready to present an outline of HTML5 API development at this month's DevCon5, Wednesday, April 25. Shafron plans to discuss best practices and lessons learned from the creation and launch of the Viewbiquity Cloud Interface.
In his own words, “The Viewbiquity platform provides an ecosystem that innovative developers can use to create M2M applications that fill a myriad of business needs. Facilitating the development of ground-breaking solutions across a broad spectrum of industries and businesses, VCI provides developers with a complete set of tools including code libraries, data objects and flexible APIs.”
“We are excited that Tom is returning to share his knowledge and experience as a successful developer of some highly innovative platforms and solutions,” said Carl Ford (News - Alert) of Crossfire Media, expressing his enthusiasm toward Shafron's return to DevCon5. “HTML5 may ultimately be the great connector for all devices and APIs to work in harmony, so I appreciate Tom's insight into the market.”
Based in Deerfield Beach, Florida, Viewbiquity is privately owned and operated – serving customers across the western world as well as parts of Europe and Asia.
Edited by Braden Becker