Your team has built a great app. Now, how do you get customers to install it, come back to it, and pay you money for it?
Brett Keintz has experience with the “good problem to have” of scaling a web app from zero to 20 million users in just 60 days. Whether it’s on the web or on mobile the lessons learned are the same. Hear how to quickly get users, figure out what’s not working, and optimize your product to the top.
You’ve read the introductory books. You’ve experimented with the iOS SDK. You may even have an app or two in Apple’s App store. Clearly, you are no longer a beginner. Now what?
Ben Gottlieb will share observations, tips, suggestions, and hints on how to advance as an iOS developer. Take your iOS skills to the next level
Your goal is to design exceptional user experiences for mobile devices. That’s a lot harder than it sounds! Fortunately, one of the most creative, talented and entrepreneurial designers in Chicago will be joining us to talk about his most recent project, BizTome. Pek Ponpaet will discuss lessons learned while designing this upcoming iPad app which won the 2010 iPadDevCamp Hackathon Best Entertainment App. Whether you’re working on apps for the iPad, the slew of upcoming Android tablets, or any other mobile device, you won’t want to miss this talk!
Google’s Android operating system has proven to be a viable platform for mobile developers and manufacturers. And it doesn’t stop there. Uki Dominque Lucas will show you how to leverage your Android mobile development skills to build apps for other Android-based devices including HDTVs, tablets, and various household hardware.
With the recent announcement of the MonoDroid project by Novell, .Net developers now have the ability to target the fastest growing mobile platform on the market using C# and the core .Net APIs. This presentation is intended to introduce developers to the Android platform and show how MonoDroid enables .Net developers to develop for the platform. Topics covered will include: What is MonoDroid, How MonoDroid works with Android, MonoDroid vs. Native Android SDK, and Android App Basics and Sample Apps.
It’s estimated over 50% of internet users access the web through their mobile device. This begs the question, what content are they viewing and how is it being served? In order to create a rich user experience, it’s not enough to rely on how your website renders in desktop browsers.
In this session we’ll take a closer look at CSS Media Queries and best practices in design and content strategy to discover how to optimize experience on mobile platforms. Through this session, you’ll be equipped to start serving up customized content to your users and create experiences unlike you ever have before.