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Track B: Wednesday May 29th, 2013 - 11:00AM Slot #33

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Name: John Kleinschmidt
Title: Surviving the Offline Apocalypse
Description: Everyone knows the apocalypse is coming, but it's not what you think. It's not zombies or prophesied Mayan destruction. No, my friends, it's the offline apocalypse and it is already here! Billions of devices have already been affected and many more will be affected each and every day! Fortunately, HTML5 provides us with weapons like Application Cache, IndexedDB and the FileSystem API to survive the offline apocalypse and have fun doing so. By walking through the building of an "offline first" JS application that is currently deployed across Africa, you will learn how to use these technologies to build robust offline solutions.
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jkleinsc commented May 1, 2013

Name: John Kleinschmidt
Title: Surviving the Offline Apocalypse
Description: Everyone knows the apocalypse is coming, but it's not what you think. It's not zombies or prophesied Mayan destruction. No, my friends, it's the offline apocalypse and it is already here! Billions of devices have already been affected and many more will be affected each and every day! Fortunately, HTML5 provides us with weapons like Application Cache, IndexedDB and the FileSystem API to survive the offline apocalypse and have fun doing so. By walking through the building of an "offline first" JS application that is currently deployed across Africa, you will learn how to use these technologies to build robust offline solutions.
Image: http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/984872e5c907be8f7d2eb9e3ec2258ba?s=200
I agree to release any and all audio and video recording and broadcast rights to JSConf for publication

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Name: Benoit Marchant
Title: Modular HTML5 Applications with Montage, a modern open source framework
Description: There is a growing demand to build increasingly complex mobile applications with HTML5, in part due to its cross-platform appeal. However delivering these applications is still very challenging. The Montage framework was designed from the ground up to build complex HTML5 applications. This talk will explain how Montage’s reusable and encapsulated Components provides a natural and effective way to write modular, robust, applications faster by allowing team members to work on different part at the same time.
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marchant commented May 1, 2013

Name: Benoit Marchant
Title: Modular HTML5 Applications with Montage, a modern open source framework
Description: There is a growing demand to build increasingly complex mobile applications with HTML5, in part due to its cross-platform appeal. However delivering these applications is still very challenging. The Montage framework was designed from the ground up to build complex HTML5 applications. This talk will explain how Montage’s reusable and encapsulated Components provides a natural and effective way to write modular, robust, applications faster by allowing team members to work on different part at the same time.
Image: http://m.c.lnkd.licdn.com/media/p/8/000/1ea/3ce/31a9579.jpg
I agree to release any and all audio and video recording and broadcast rights to JSConf for publication

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