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Andrew Trice is a MobileFirst Developer Advocate with IBM. Andrew is a product evangelist, experienced software architect, team leader, accomplished speaker, and published author who possesses more than a decade of designing and implementing rich applications for the web, desktop and mobile devices, plus public speaking, technical communication and product endorsement experience. Andrew has delivered customer solutions in the fields of application development, realtime data systems, GIS, immersive experiences, and data visualization, and has presented hundreds of times to audiences ranging from C-level management, to technical & developer groups, and to creative designers and art directors. Andrew is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 55 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Enterprise Android Apps With PhoneGap

08.20.2012
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Here are my presentation slides and extra content from last night’s DC Droids meetup. I gave the presentation “Enterprise Android Applications With PhoneGap."  There were excellent questions and conversations at last night’s event – Thank you everyone for attending, and making it a great meetup.

You can view the presentation here:

Or access the presentation content at: https://github.com/triceam/Presentations.

Here are two of the apps I presented, with source code and additional details:

I discussed strategies for data visualization in PhoneGap apps, which you can read more about here: Data Visualization With Web Standards.

I also discussed code organization and client-side MVC in PhoneGap apps.   I personally have used backbone.js on several projects (although neither of the ones mentioned above).   Other popular frameworks are Angular.js, Ember.js, and Knockout.js. You can read more about various and comparisons of JavaScript client-side MVC frameworks all over the web, but Smashing Magazine has a pretty detailed summary.

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