PhoneGap: Mobile Applications with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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PhoneGap: Mobile Applications with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Summary
Brian LeRoux presents PhoneGap, a mobile web framework for creating phone applications using just HTML, CSS and JavaScript without having to programm in phone’s native language, Objective C, Java or C++. PhoneGap is open source and currently works on IPhone, Android and Blackberry, supporting features like: geo-location, vibration, accelerometer, sound and contacting support.

Bio
Brian LeRoux is co-creator of XUI and contributor to PhoneGap. Brian believes that the future of the Internet is mobile and will rely on web standards, open source and individuals. Brian works at Nitobi Software: a leader in user experience and all things JavaScript.

About the conference
JSConf 2009 is a conference devoted to the programming language we all love to hate and hate to love, JavaScript. This is conference will be thoughtful, content driven, and exemplify the very nature of JavaScript. The core focus of this conference is to expose some of the details about JavaScript that are often overlooked and present them more as a discussion with the audience. The content of the conference should cater to all types of JavaScript users from client interfaces to server development to testing. No matter which programming language you love, you know of the pleasure and pain of JavaScript programming.

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Tags: Conferences, Java, Javascript, Design, CSS, iPhone, InfoQ, Architecture, Mobile, Android, Development, Jsconf, PhoneGap