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Monday, May 27 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
HTML5 Applications made easy on Tizen IVI - Brian Jones, Intel Open Source Technology Center

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IVI systems can vary greatly from car to car in both hardware and software. However, almost all IVI systems have a web browser. If you are developing applications for IVI, HTML based applications are becoming an attractive alternative to native. Developers are able to create applications that run on multiple systems without lengthy code re-writes. These applications can even be used on other types of hardware such as phones and tablets, allowing your user experience to flow between devices. As web APIs become more robust, the abilities of web apps are more closely matched to those of native applications. This discussion is aimed at developers who are interested in learning about HTML development on IVI. We will be discussing just how far HTML can take you and demonstrate how quickly you can develop, package, and install web apps using the Tizen IVI tools and platform.

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Brian Jones

Software Engineer, Intel - Open Source Technology Center
Software Engineer, Intel - Open Source Technology Center Brian Jones is a Software Engineer at Intel currently working on Tizen IVI. He has been involved in a variety of Linux software development for the past 8 years. While primarily focused on traditional C/C++ development, he has taken interest in the opportunities HTML presents. Brian has presented on various topics at the Tizen Developer Conference, Open Source Technology Summit, and Automotive Linux Summit.

Monday May 27, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
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