Google I/O 2011: Mobile Web Development: From Zero to Hero

Michael Mahemoff, Paul Kinlan Explosive growth in the mobile web is set to continue. Don’t leave yourself behind. Writing a new app in every native environment is not always possible, and HTML5 is a way to reuse the bulk of your code across all major platforms. We will show you step-by-step how to build an amazing web app that works on many devices.
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16 Responses to “Google I/O 2011: Mobile Web Development: From Zero to Hero”

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