2016-07-21

My upcoming workshop: Java on mobile devices

From Aug 30 til Sep 1 2016 Nuremberg once again will be home to the Herbstcampus, a conference for software developers, architects and managers focussing on Java, .Net, Mobile, Web and the enterprise.

I will have both the pleasure and honor of hosting a full-day workshop about Java on mobile devices. Titled Ménage à trois, we will be taking a closer look at how to build Android and iOS apps using Java and JavaFX. Based upon the open source project JavaFXPorts and its commercial sibling Gluon Mobile, we will build a few real-world apps and deploy them to both emulated and physical devices.

Interested? Take a look the the schedule:

Introduction of the participants
A little bit of history... Java on mobile devices
A first glimpse at the tools: emulators, simulators and virtualization

Coffee break

Setting up the development environment #2
Creating a project
Running the demo
Looking under the cover (walkthrough)

Lunch break

Gluon Mobile and its components
Using device functions #1
Artefact archeology - what finds its way on a device?
Using device functions #2

Coffee break

If something goes wrong (debugging)
What will not work (missing functions)
What's up? Profiling and performance

Coffee break

Taking a look at alternatives (including demos)
Reality check and wrap up

Sounds good? Remember the early bird offering ends tomorrow, Jul 22. Book now.

1 comment:

  1. EVERY DEVELOPER TALK ABOUT JAVA ON MOBILE, BUT I THINK IS NOT REAL, OR WILL BE EASY TO IMPLEMENT, I THINK ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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