The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of WebRTC and a quick guide about how to get start with it. The document is based upon the documentation and information available on the 1st quarter of 2015. [TOC] What is WebRTC WebRTC is a framework made up by several components (network, audio, video,
Modern smart phone applications include web browsing, multimedia, gaming thus demanding high performance that are comparable to that of desktop and laptop machines. Data access optimization and caching is one of the key factors that can dramatically improve performance and therefor the user experience.
The turning point In the last months of 2010 Apple has removed many restrictions in its developer agreement and published guidelines about the apps it will accept and reject. Between these restrictions there was also the impossibility to submit to the appstore apps built using the packager for iPhone. Flash on the iPhone ? really
If you own an Android 2.2 (Froyo) device you must know that you can already start building (and testing!) your AIR 2.5 applications for Android. There’s more: if you are an FDT user like me you should be glad to know that is very easy to build and package our AIR4Android applications without even leaving
UX Lx is a premier User Experience Conference and this year was a jam–packed three day event in Lisbon. UX Lx is a premier User Experience Conference, and our speaker lineup is really the cream of the crop in the industry worldwide. They’re Usability Experts, Information Architects and Interaction Designers, all of them bestselling authors
Lee Brimelow (Platform Evangelist at Adobe) just published on gotoAndLearn.com couple new video tutorials. One focusing on responding to Raw Touch Data and handle multi-touch: I just uploaded a new tutorial that explains how to respond and handle raw touch data in Flash Player 10.1. In a previous tutorial I showed how to respond to gestures,
Hi! Below you can find the presentation I created for the last mobile dev day in Rome this year. Enjoy! View more OpenOffice presentations from bytesm.
Since there’s a lot of buzz around mobile Web, I’ve decided to publish a first series of guidelines that will hopefully help both Web and mobile developers to face this new opportunity. You can read the 2 articles on my blog on Forum Nokia: Mobilising websites: guidelines for WRT Widgets development, part 1 Mobilising websites:
Hi all, Here is my presentation on MobileAppliance.org an open source framework for serving remote functionality to J2ME and Android handsets. View more Keynote presentations from VLegakis.
As is well known, the number of devices on the market, and their features, are growing continuously; every now and then a new mobile phone or a PDA is launched on the market. At first, a mobile phone was employed just to make and to receive voice calls. Now, our device is a powerful object