WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
Client-side mobile architecture choices
Stream:
Mobile (2)
Speakers:
Andrew Ferrier
Abstract:
With the recent IBM-Apple announcement fresh in everyone's minds, in this session we are planning to focus on client-side architecture choices for mobile apps. We'll take a look at the various different options, including hybrid apps - exploring JavaScript toolkits such as Dojo, AngularJS + Ionic, and others, as well as looking at options for Android and iOS Native Coding, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. We'll explain how this relates to the latest versions of the IBM Worklight Foundation platform, as well as a brief exploration of how these options fit in with the IBM Bluemix cloud offering.
Bio:

Andrew Ferrier:

Andrew is technical lead for the IBM Software Services for WebSphere Mobile
Practice in Europe, taking a leading role on consulting engagements to build
B2C and B2E applications for IBM's customers.

He has presented extensively on Worklight, Dojo, Mobile, REST, and Web APIs,
contributing Intellectual Capital to the IBM and WebSphere communities, as
well as writing two Redbooks, and numerous posts on Dojo and Worklight Tips
'n' Tricks (http://dojotipsntricks.com/) and SOA Tips 'n' Tricks
(http://soatipsntricks.wordpress.com/), both of which co-founded. He also
regularly speaks at internal and external customer conferences, including IBM
IMPACT and the European WebSphere Technical Conference. Previously, he
specialised in ESBs and integration middleware, specialising in WebSphere ESB
and WebSphere Process Server.

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