A study of the iPhone UI and rebuilding it in AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime)
using Adobe Flex 3. AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) is a cross-operating
system runtime that allows developers to use their existing web development
skills to build and deploy Rich Internet Applications to the desktop. With
the WebControl component in AIR which is powered by WebKit it will allow you
to build and test iPhone Applications. Also, I will be showing a component
that will give the ability to make and receive calls, record/send and receive
voicemail, as well as add and manage contacts.
Speaker Bio: Flex developer, information architect, roller hockey goaltender.
Joe Johnston has worked with Flash and other interactive tools for over ten
years, starting his career at Crowe/Horwath.
AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West will take place on September 23-26,
2007, at the Santa Clara Con... (more)
Etelos announces a new way for people to access their Customer Relationship
Management System - through their iPhone.
"Etelos CRM works great on the iPhone" Etelos CEO Danny Kolke said. "It
allows you to get access to your tasks, projects, appointments or any of your
other business processes while you're away from the office. It's almost as
good as carrying a laptop."
The Etelos CRM suite gives users contact, task, group, sales and project
management, as well as group messaging and reporting functionality in one
easy-to-use interface that is now compatible with the iPhone's Safari ... (more)
SYS-CON Events announced today that the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007
West, which will take place on September 23-26, 2007, at the Santa Clara
Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California will offer a new dedicated
Another dedicated track will offer a comparative education opportunity for
conference delegates on emerging RIA tools such as Adobe Flex, Microsoft
Silverlight, and Sun JavaFX.
The world’s leading Rich Internet Applications & Web 2.0 event is
expected to attract more than 2,000 i-technology developers. AJAXWorld grew
from a single track, ... (more)
Wall Street got vicious and took nigh on to a $9 bite out of Apple on
Tuesday, the stock's worse day in seven years, after AT&T, the iPhone's sole
carrier, reported that only 146,000 of the gadgets were activated in the
first 30 hours of sales.
That was the 30 hours before the second quarter closed shut, and the number
was far below the market's opium eaters-like expectations of hundreds of
The news hit a day before Apple reported its own quarter and was aggravated
by a report from CIBC World Markets saying iPhone demand had been in
"significant decline" for 10... (more)
The on-again, off-again Google Phone or "gPhone" rumors are likely to come to
halt for the forseeable future. That's because Google's Head of Research
since 2006, Dr Peter Norvig, has told journalists in the UK that he doesn't
think Google has any research ambition toward hardware, saying: "You know we
want to work everywhere and be neutral. That neutrality is important."
Norvig said in an interview that the biggest projects Google Research has
right now are in machine translation and speech recognition, computer vision
and face recognition, team recognition and so on.
gPhone or no... (more)