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Presentation: "Brian and Brock's App Adventure - Part II"

Track: Everything Connected - Day 2 / Time: Tuesday 15:50 - 16:40 / Location: Rytmisk Sal

The mobile web has moved at a breakneck pace the last couple years. With the development of ES6, client-side module loading, package management, and pre-compilers quickly becoming the norm, its becoming increasingly difficult to keep up.

In this 2 part session, Brian LeRoux and Brock Whitten will unlock the deepest secrets of the illusive "asset pipeline" and what you need to know to take your next steps into the emerging world of the mobile web.

Google Doc shared by Brock and Brian from their presentation. 

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Brian LeRoux, PhoneGap Project Team, Adobe, Member of Program Advisory Board

Brian LeRoux

Biography: Brian LeRoux

Brian LeRoux leads the open source PhoneGap project team at Adobe (currently undergoing incubation as Apache Cordova). He's been with the PhoneGap project from its very humble beginnings at Nitobi Software.

Twitter: @brianleroux

Brock Whitten, Harp Platform

Brock Whitten

Biography: Brock Whitten

Best know for having co-created PhoneGap, Brock went on to work at Joyent where he created the Public API for the beloved (and now sunset) Platform. Brock is now working on the Harp Platform where we have created a dead simple publishing platform that uses Dropbox as its deployment mechanism. Much has been learned, that Brock would like to share.

- Twitter: @sintaxi
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- Company:Chloi Inc
- Product: Harp Platform