[Seminar] HTML5 vs Native Apps – in Bilbao

The HTML5Apps project and the  W3C Office in Spain is glad to invite the developer community to attend a HTML5-based Web applications seminar, to be held on 6 May 2014, from 9 to 12am, in Bilbao, Spain.

This event entitled “HTML5 Vs. Native Apps” gathers international Web standard experts who will interact with the audience:

  • Dominique Hazaël-Massieux (W3C Mobile Web Initiative Activity Lead) and Charles McCathie Nevile (Yandex) will explain the benefits of the new standards for the development of mobile Web applications based on the Open Web Platform (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, etc.);
  • Enrique Quintano (Bitoon), a representative of the HTML5 community in Spain, will talk about his real-world experience with HTML5;
  • Francisco Javier Almeida will explain how they have created Wimi5, an appealing platform to develop games in HTML5;
  • Last but not least, Txus Ordorika (Ludei) will present their international experience around standards and HTML5.

Attendance is open to anyone and free of charge, but registration is required. Please read more information about the agenda, the speakers, and the venue on the event’s Web site.

This event is also co-organized by CTIC and framed within the Sherpa Summit.

See you in Bilbao!

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Closing the Gaps
Native vs. HTML5?
The HTML5Apps project's goal is to close the gaps! Read more in the project's factsheet pdf file.
Project Funding
EU logo This project is funded by the European Union through the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2013-2015) under grant agreement n°611327 - HTML5 Apps.
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