How Developers Can Utilize the ‘Track’ Element in HTML5
The track element represents the hottest new feature in HTML5 development, something all the major browsers are working on. While browsers currently don’t expose much about video, will allow users to share all sorts of textual data about the video. Content owners will be able to increase accessibility for the content, utilizing captions and descriptions for users who can’t hear or see the video. Searchability will play a major role as well, as will give search engines even more data, improving accuracy, translations, and location. This presentation will give an overview of capabilities and look at how it will impact the future of HTML5 programming. This session will also inform developers of how they can make better use of their video data by working with the track element.
Mobile Development Using Creative Suite 6
Adobe Developer Evangelist
With the recent release of Adobe Creative Suite 6 and the Creative Cloud, there are many new advancements that empower designers and developers to create and view their content across screens and devices.
HTML5 App Store Proof of Concept
Senior Web Services and Mobile Apps Developer
The mobile web is an exciting new world of opportunities, but native apps are still a popular choice for many users. In this session Mike will explain the conceptualization & architecture of a native web app and show how to write an app in less than 30 mins that will work on Android, IOS, and theoretically any other platform, and also demonstrate setting up an android development environment, basic usage of the PhoneGap native web app framework, and deployment of an HTML5 web application as an Android native application into Google Play.