Thomas Fuchs
Hi, I'm Thomas Fuchs. I'm the author of Zepto.js, of script.aculo.us, and I'm a Ruby on Rails core alumnus. With Amy Hoy I'm building cheerful software, like Freckle Time Tracking and Every Time Zone and write books like Retinafy.me.
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Learn how to build AWESOME mobile HTML5 apps

July 26th, 2010

HTML5 Mobile Pro Workshop

Want to learn how to build mobile web apps that use advanced CSS features like gradients and transformations, and HTML5 features like canvas, touch, audio, 2D and 3D animations, and more? Like you’ve seen on http://everytimezone.com and even more extreme?

Don’t panic! Amy and I proudly present: HTML5 Mobile Pro Workshop, a half-day online workshop on September 20, 2010, on building really great mobile HTML5 apps. We’ve limited the workshop to 25 virtual seats—so hurry if you want to join (we’ve sold a quarter of the seats already!).

Topics include: iOS (iPhone & iPad), Android and Palm WebOS Webkit-based browsers, capabilities of HTML5 & CSS3 & making them work for you, touch interfaces, hardware acceleration & 3D CSS, audio and video, fast loading, cross-browser issues and what works where, going offline and last but not least making it all AWESOME.

I personally want to see more awesome HTML5 apps out there, and the stuff you can do in mobile browsers is pretty mind-blowing (if you know how to implement it!), so join in on the fun!