The Devoxx Mobile project is a web mobile frontend based on the Devoxx REST API (http://www.devoxx.com/display/Devoxx2K10/Schedule+REST+interface). The project was originally developed for the Devoxx France 2012 conference.
The application is available on the web at the following address: http://devoxx.helyx.org It is also available for Android on the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.xebia.devoxx, and Google Chrome store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ajpicohfonkgbbbhefmgkmknboodlobb
You can find screenshots of the application on the Play Store and Google Chrome Store.
The application provide the following features:
- Data synchronization
- Offline mode
- Integration with PhoneGap Build
- Use of jQueryMobile and jQueryMobile Router
- Integrates some great HTML5 & CSS3 features like Cache Manifest, local storage, validation API, Web fonts and more
- Integrates third parties like Twitter timeline and Google analytics
- Provides a deploy script to be able to deploy and host the application thanks to GitHub pages
- Provide an integration with Google Chrome Store
- jQueryMobile - http://jquerymobile.com/ - GPL or MIT licensed
- jQueryMobile Router - https://github.com/azicchetti/jquerymobile-router - GPL or MIT licensed
- jQuery - http://jquery.com/ - GPL or MIT
- Backbone.js - http://documentcloud.github.com/backbone/ - MIT license
- Underscore.js - http://documentcloud.github.com/underscore/ - MIT license
- Require.js - http://requirejs.org/ - new BSD or MIT licensed
- Date.js - http://www.datejs.com/ - MIT License
- Lawnchair - http://westcoastlogic.com/lawnchair/ - MIT license
- JSON - https://github.com/douglascrockford/JSON-js - No idea about license, sorry
Some Kudos have to go to Addy Osmani ( http://addyosmani.com/blog/ ) and its great sample application available on GitHub : https://github.com/addyosmani/backbone-mobile-search , which integrates jQueryMobile, Backbone.js and Require.js. It was a great kickstart even if I started this application from scratch !
Other Kudos go to Xebia France dudes which helped me a lot throught XKE sessions (Xebia Knowledge Sessions) and device testing.
Author: Alexis Kinsella ( akinsella at my company domain name ) - The company I work for: Xebia ( http://blog.xebia.fr ) Twitter: @alexiskinsella - http://twitter.com/#!/alexiskinsella LinkedIn: alexiskinsella - http://fr.linkedin.com/in/alexiskinsella
If you have questions or remarks, feels free to contact me.
This software is licensed under MIT license (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)
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