Over the past few years, the availability of Open Web Platform technologies on mobile devices has done nothing but grow, to the point where it has become not only possible but in fact increasingly common to write full-fledged applications using Web technology.
In the same manner that integrating mobile-specific constraints and advantages into one’s Web workflow required understanding a number of best practices, writing Web applications in a mobile context has its specificities that need to be understood.
- W3C Course: Mobile Web 2: Applications
- Start Date: 12 March 2012
- Duration: 8 weeks
- Trainer: Robin Berjon
- Early bird rate: 165€ – Register early!
- Full Price: 225€ (after March 1)
And if you happen to be at the Mobile World Congress 2012 next week, meet us at the W3C booth (Hall2, 2A31). My colleagues and I will be happy to tell you more about W3DevCampus and its W3C mobile Web online training courses.