Julio Cesar Ody – CSS3 and Backbone.js for killer mobile apps
Web Directions South 2011, Sydney, October 13th.
- Audio recording of session
- Session description
- Full length tutorial (external site)
- About Julio Cesar Ody
Learn how to build great looking and high performance mobile web applications leveraging CSS3 animations and Backbone.js, along with some cool use cases for geolocation and localStorage.
This session will describe in length a boilerplate you can use for developing your own apps aimed at A grade mobile devices and tablets.
About Julio Cesar Ody
Julio has been a full-stack software developer for the 12 years of his career, and during this time he went from being a GNU/Linux and Unix sysadmin, to a VoIP PBX architect, and finally a software developer.
Since moving to Australia from Brazil, he has worked on startups and companies building software and at the same time, stuck his nose as much as he can into the human side of the software equation, understanding developer productivity, how software companies work, and product development.
More recently he grew too interested in design for his own good, and began freelancing under the codename of Awesome By Design, writing a bunch of software which he open sourced on GitHub, giving presentations using his own presentation framework, and building software that not only does the job, but does so in style.
Follow Julio on Twitter: @julio_ody
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