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Building Rich Mobile Apps with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript

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Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session: The challenges of native mobile development: multi-language, device diversity, approval process etc. Web developers confronting the challenge of the mobile web medium

Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session

If you missed the premiere of one of our virtual tech summits you'll still be able to view these sessions. This video originally premiered in our Cloud Development Summit March 9, 2011.

Abstract

A number of modern frameworks are heralding a new way of building mobile apps using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Whether you are a native developer who wants to surmount cross-platform headaches, or a desktop web developer who wants to start reaching mobile devices in beautiful app-like ways, we explore the possibilities that these rich, standards-based tools can bring.

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