Trondheim Developer’s Conference

Posted on 8/27/2014 @ 10:27 AM in #Community by | Feedback | 1884 views

I will be at the Trondheim Developer’s conference (http://trondheimdc.no/) on October 27th 2014 in Trondheim, Norway.

Last year, I had two sessions, one that was SharePoint heavy, second that was JavaScript heavy. The SharePoint session was lightly attended, and the JavaScript session was the best rated session of the conference :-) .. I think I got the hint.

This year, I will have two back to back sessions – but you can attend them independently if you wish.

The aim of both sessions will be to build a cross-platform mobile app – a tall order for two 30 minute sessions huh? But when you see it, its so damned easy! The sessions will be all demo, all code, all hands on and very absorbable and practical.

In the first session, I will build a mobile backend – cross platform supporting OAuth.
In the second session, I will target that backend, using a cross platform mobile app.

Here are my session abstracts -

Building a cross platform mobile backend in Azure

I lied, it doesn’t even have to be Azure, and It’s amazing what you can achieve in 30 minutes. But using cross platform standards, and the latest innovations in ASP.NET, I will build from scratch a back-end suitable for a Mobile Backend. You could target any functionality or group of functionalities, but to spice things up, I will target Office 365 as the back-end. I will explain my architectural decisions, and aim to target HTML5, Cordova, and Native (iOS) platforms. This talk is a companion talk to Building a HTML5 mobile app using AngularJS

Building a HTML5 mobile app using AngularJS

This talk is a companion talk to Building a cross platform mobile backend in Azure. But since that talk uses cross platform standards, you don’t really have to attend both. Leveraging the service architecture I build in the previous talk, in this talk, I will build a cross platform SPA (single page application) using OAuth for authentication, built entirely using AngularJS and HTML5. While we are at it, I will also make it responsive using Bootstrap. It’s amazing what you can achieve in 30 minutes.

More information: http://trondheimdc.no/

Hope to see you there.

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