OSCON 2012: Design and Debug HTML5 Apps for Devices with RIB and Web Simulator from IntelMarch 20, 2020
I gave Intel‘s sponsored session at OSCON 2012 today. OSCON happens right here at home in Portland, OR, enabling the Intel folks to bounce around the sessions and the ever-important hallway track. My talk was Design and Debug HTML5 Apps for Devices with Rapid Interface Builder (RIB) and Web Simulator. I introduced and demonstrated 3 open-source projects recently released by Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, where I am a manager. My talk title was “HTML5 Apps for Devices” and not “Mobile Devices” because I was talking about how difficult it can be to debug Web apps on any kind of consumer device. Our new open-source tools enable easier UX development and debugging for smartphones (of course), but also for TVs and automotive devices.
Happy to say that the house was full for my talk, and I stayed afterward to answer questions from developers from private companies and governmental entities who are interested in integrating HTML5 into their product offerings. If you were in the audience, thanks for stopping by to see what’s new with HTML5 at Intel. If you didn’t catch the session, my slides are embedded below and a video is coming soon. The session was hands-on so the slides are just a summary of the demo goodness.