iPhone Developers Camp slated for July 6-8

iPhone Developers Camp slated for July 6-8

Summary: iPhone Developers Camp is an upcoming gathering, inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Web-based applications and optimize Web sites for iPhone.The non-commercial, volunteer organized and totally free event runs from July 6-8 at the San Francisco offices of Adobe.

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iPhone Developers Camp is an upcoming gathering, inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Web-based applications and optimize Web sites for iPhone.

The non-commercial, volunteer organized and totally free event runs from July 6-8 at the San Francisco offices of Adobe. By the completion of the weekend a number of iPhone-ready Web applications and Web sites will be launched to the public.

Attendees will include Web designers, developers, testers, and iPhone owners, all working together over the weekend to improve the Web experience for iPhone. Development projects will include both solo and team efforts. Ad-hoc project development teams are being encouraged. You do not need to own an iPhone to attend.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Create new web applications for iPhone
  • Optimize existing web applications for iPhone
  • Migrate Dashboard Widgets to Web-based widgets for iPhone
  • Test and optimize Web sites for iPhone

You may be asking why it's being held at Adobe, when iPhone doesn't support flash. This and other questions are answered in the Adobe FAQ.

Topics: iPhone, Browser, Mobility, Software Development

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  • iPhone

    megapixel cam, 4GB or 8 GB of storage, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR and A2DP, WiFi that automatically engages when in range, and quad-band GSM radio with EDGE.

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  • swf

    Here's hoping that Apple and Adobe are getting together soon to provide swf (Flash/
    Flex/Air) support for iPhone. Apple will probably have to expose it's multi-touch api
    (among others) for that to happen, but it would open up the phone to much more
    graphically rich web apps.

    My guess is, Apple is already working on an advanced SDK for this phone, but they'll
    wait until after the initial release before finalizing its scope, plan, price, etc. If the
    phone is a big hit, the SDK will be a hot property.
    Len Rooney
  • Should last about a half hour!

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