Earlier this week the 5th annual HTML5DevConf was held in the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco.
The conference has grown rapidly in the last several years and is evident by the large number of attendees and sessions.
Crowd during HTML5DevConf's opening keynote. Image via https://twitter.com/amybarton/status/392686434273861632
As the conference was large - 100+ speakers and sessions - it's nearly impossible to cover even a small segment of the content presented; therefore I'll only discuss a few talks stood out to me.
Douglas Crockford presenting "Which Way is Forward". Image via https://twitter.com/acolchado/status/393080333379198976
I gave a talk on HTML5 form validation titled "Constraint Validation - Native Client Side Validation for Web Forms". In it I discussed HTML's constraint validation specification and what is means for web developers.
If you're interested in learning more, checkout the slides; hopefully, video of the talk will be available at some point.
What does any of this have to do with Icenium? Building hybrid apps was a huge topic of discussion at HTML5DevConf, showing that this is a common problem web developers are trying to solve. Checkout this impressive list of talks focused on some aspect of hybrid app development.
Hopefully videos and slides of these talks will be posted online by the conference. If so, I'll link them up here.
With features such as cloud based builds, LiveSync and Ion, we feel that Icenium is the best solution available for simplifying the process of hybrid app development on the web. We'll continue to work towards making hybrid app development seamless for web developers.
HTML5DevConf was a well organized event with a fantastic lineup of speakers and sessions. It continues to grow and bring in the best and brightest from the industry. I highly recommend the conference for anyone trying to keep up with the latest and greatest in the web development world.
TJ VanToll is a web developer, speaker, and writer living in Lansing, MI and working as a developer advocate for Telerik. He is an open source advocate that is on the jQuery UI team and publishes his blog open source. TJ is also the author of an upcoming book from Manning: jQuery UI in Action. When not online, TJ is generally found chasing his twin sons in circles. TJ is @tjvantoll on Twitter and tjvantoll on Github.
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