I’m doing a presentation in conjunction with HTC at the LA PhoneGap meetup on Wednesday, February 15th, so if you’re in the area, come by. I’m going to be covering Debugging and Deploying with PhoneGap, which includes talking about using the debug tools like weinre and using PhoneGap Build to deploy it across a bunch of platforms. From the site:
1. Android Tablet Development (Lance Nanek & Michael Ludden, HTC)
2. Debugging and Deploying with PhoneGap (Ryan Stewart, Adobe)
Android Tablet Development. HTCdev has created a PhoneGap plugin for their Scribe Pen enabled tablets, one of which they will be giving away to a lucky developer. Check out www.htcdev.com for details.
Two of their lead developer evangelists will be demonstrating how HTCdev can help apps gain visibility, and how to easily program apps that let you create using Pen-based input.
Michael Ludden (twitter.com/Michael_Ludden) is a Developer Evangelist at HTC. Tasked with developer enablement, Michael is focusing on how best to help developers differentiate without fragmenting on HTC devices – creating great, unique user experiences that widen appeal of apps and catch that all important user’s attention. He will be showing how developers can take advantages of HTC’s app promotional programs, support, co marketing and robust toolsets to maximize an app’s influence. He has a bachelor’s degree from UCLA and has been working in development and with developers for years.
Lance Nanek (http://nanek.name) is a Developer Evangelist at HTC. He has ten years of experience in information technology: implementing web metrics for ibm.com at IBM, writing Java web applications at State University of New York System Administration, and working on Android apps for many companies, including CardioTrainer by WorkSmart Labs with over three million downloads. He has a master’s degree in Computer Science from State University of New York University at Albany.
Debugging and Deploying with PhoneGap. In this session, Ryan Stewart, a web developer evangelist from Adobe, will cover how to debug and deploy PhoneGap applications. He will talk about how to use Winere to get some insight into how your PhoneGap application is behaving on the device and how to set up the application so that it can easily be debugged. He will also cover some of the deployment options, including a deep dive on the ways to use PhoneGap Build to deploy quickly across multiple devices and operating systems. You’ll learn about things to be aware of, and things you can do to streamline the process.