Referenten:

Referent Dr. M. Ó Foghlú
Referent H. Behrens

App-Entwicklung: Cross-Platform Development

Termin:

24. Februar 2011, 19.00 - 21.00 Uhr,
Berufsakademie an der Wirtschaftsakademie Schleswig-Holstein Gmbh (Hans-Detlev-Prien-Straße 10, 24106 Kiel)

(Die Vorträge finden in englischer Sprache statt.)

Referenten:

Dr. Mícheál Ó Foghlú (CTO of FeedHenry Ltd. and Executive Director Research at the TSSG in Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland)

Heiko Behrens (Head of Mobile Development itemis AG)

Abstract:

The talk of Dr. Ó Foghlú will be in two parts:

An overview of the TSSG in Waterford Institute of Technology

The TSSG is Ireland's leading ICT research institute with a strong track record in basic research (PhD programme, academic publications, largely funded via the SFI and HEA in Ireland), applied research (largely funded via the EU FP6 and FP7 programmes), and commercialisation activities (largely funded by Enterprise Ireland).  It has 140 staff working on 40 funded projects with a partner mix of 450 academic and industrial partners.  The key research areas include management of IP networks, ICT security, and next generation services.  FeedHenry is one of 14 spinout companies from the TSSG in the past 10 years.
 
An overview of cross-platform mobile app development with FeedHenry

FeedHenry’s cloud platform supports the development, deployment, integration and management of secure mobile apps for business and enterprise markets. The platform powers mobile apps from the cloud, making the solution simple, secure and scalable. FeedHenry works with organizations and partners globally to provide simple and affordable mobile app solutions.

 

The talk of Heiko Behrens: Cross-Platform Mobile Development - A Comparison

In order to address a relevant majority of all mobile users, you either have to implement your app for each of the major mobile platforms, or follow a cross-platform strategy to cut your invest. I this session, I will present different approaches to produce mobile apps for iPhone, Android and the like without the needing to use different programming languages. I will start with mobile mobile websites (WebKit, HTML5), will then cover hybrid solutions (PhoneGap, Appcelerator) and finish with cross-compilers and generative approaches (XMLVM, APPlause). Several demos round up this session.