Breaking Development 2011on Apr 14, 2011 in Mobile by Ian Alderson
Breaking Development 2011 (Design and Development for the Mobile Web) is now over. The line up of speakers was excellent with many of the leading voices for the mobile web presenting.
Although I didn’t attend I was following the Twitter stream avidly. It was was full of activity with fantastic insights and quotes aplenty, and links to several of the presentation slides.
Where possible I have collated links to the presentations here, and will continue to add links as and when I find them.
I would strongly recommend that anyone interested in mobile web development, or anyone considering a mobile strategy for their company (and if not, why not?), to read through these. There are many great nuggets of information.
- The Future of the Mobile Web by Peter-Paul Koch
- Beyond the Mobile Web by Stephanie Rieger
- After HTML5: Mobile Device APIs and PhoneGap by Brian LeRoux
- What the web community can learn from Mobile by Brian Fling
- Building Tomorrow’s Web With Today’s Tools by James Pearce
- Native is easier. Web is essential. by Jason Grigsby
- Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski
- Fake it ’til you make it: creating mobile apps that feel like native apps by Jonathan Snook
- Real World Responsive Design by Stephen Hay
- A Perfect Storm: When Mobile Met The Cloud by Brian Alvey
- The Enyo Framework: Designing for Mobile Apps and Speed by Ben Combee
- Building Rich user experiences with Sencha Touch by David Kaneda
- Taxonomy of Touch by Nate Koechley