Choose when to enroll in one of W3C’s mobile Web training courses!

12 07 2012

With smart phones becoming commonplace and new mobile devices such as tablets getting even much more popular, it is still timely to take the plunge into mobile learning. The W3C mobile Web training courses are here to help you either focus on mobile Web best practices or dive into programming mobile Web applications, or both!

Today, the MobiWebApp team is proud to launch 3 sessions of each of its three mobile Web online training courses. Each course is 6-week long, so we have nine early bird rates starting today!! The schedule of these 9 training courses is detailed below:

1. “Mobile Web 1: Best Practices” (in English)
Read the course description and choose your session dates to register soon:

2. “Buenas Prácticas en Web Móvil” (en Español)
Ve la descripción del curso y Ve ¿Como funciona?. Los precios son desde 95€, entonces registrate ahora!:

3. “Mobile Web 2: Programming Web Applications” (in English)
This advanced mobile Web course is only available in English. Read its description, choose the session dates and register now:

Enroll soon and become an expert in mobile Web!

W3C Mobile Web training courses: learn from the experts!

5 06 2012

Within the W3DevCampus program, W3C is proposing two training courses related to the development of mobile Web sites and applications: “Mobile Web 1” covers the basics of designing and coding techniques of mobile Web pages, and allows students to put into practice all the best practices they learnt about. Additionally, the “Mobile Web 2” course is dedicated to programming mobile Web applications and, here again, students are asked to develop Web apps for mobile devices using the exciting technologies that form the basic building blocks for today’s Web applications, such as HTML5, CSS3, APIs, etc.

This month, we are pleased to open two courses for registration. One is in English, the other will be delivered in Spanish.

  • Mobile Web 2: Programming Web Applications (read the course description).
    This 6-week course will start next week, on Monday 11 June 2012. Do register soon!
  • NEW!!: Mobile Web 1: Buenas Practicas en Web Móvil (read the course description).
    Also, a 6-week course to start on 18 June 2012. There is an early bird rate before 10 June. Register even sooner!

Don’t hesitate anymore and become an experienced mobile Web application developer by following W3C’s online training courses.

[Invitation] webinos platform evaluation release – Ghent, Belgium, 19 June

4 06 2012

webinos  is an Open Source platform for running web applications across devices supported by major industrial and academic partners.

Multi devices supported by webinos platform

You are cordially invited to the webinos official launch day for its Platform evaluation Release on 19th June 2012, to be held at IBBT Offices in Ghent, Belgium. It’s a free event but you need to register since space is limited.

Come see the webinos platform running on:

  • In car automotive platforms
  • PCs (Windows, Mac and Linux)
  •  TVs and home media systems
  • Mobile devices and tablets
  • Machine2Machine deployments (such as  Arduino)

and do:

  • get hands-on experience of the code base
  • listen to industry experts introduce the tech-nology
  • contribute position papers—help shape the roadmap
  • see live applications demos by Deutsche Telekom, Telecom Italia, Sony, BMW, Samsung, and Telefonica

Who should attend?

  • Technologists and strategists interested in Web and OS technologies
  • People interested in converged and cross-device applications
  • TV, Vehicle and Telecommunication industry representatives

Register now!

Read the agenda of the day and register asap at

May 2012 edition of “Standards for Web Applications on Mobile”

4 06 2012

Three months have already passed since the last update to my overview of Web technologies for mobile applications, and thus I have just released the quaterly update to Standards for Web Applications on Mobile.

The document has the latest information about the status of specifications, their expected evolution, the state of their accompanying test suites, and includes a number of new drafts, esp. those made possible by the new charter of the W3C Web Applications Working Group.

Next week (June 11), another sessions of our on-line training course: Mobile Web 2: Applications will start, and will cover a number of the technologies described in the document: don’t miss it!

¡Aplica los estándares a tus páginas de Web Móvil!

29 05 2012

W3C is proud to announce that the “Mobile Web 1: Best Practices” online training course is now available in Spanish. The revised 6-week “Buenas Practicas en Web Móvil” course will start on 18 June 2012 and will be taught by Gicela Morales. Here is the announcement in Spanish:

El curso ayudará a diseñadores Web y productores de contenido del mundo de las PC’s de escritorio a familiarizarse con la Web entregada a dispositivos móviles. Es fácil ver porqué la Web y móvil van de la mano a mano. A diferencia de la de la tradicional web “alámbrica”, la Web móvil va a donde van los usuarios. Los usuarios ya no tienen que recordar hacer algo en la Web al regresar a su equipo de escritorio, pueden hacerlo inmediatamente, dentro del contexto que les hizo usar la Web en primera lugar. Los dispositivos móviles permiten la Web llegar a una audiencia muchos mas amplia, en todo momento, en todas situaciones. Tiene la oportunidad de llegar a lugares donde los cables no pueden ir, a lugares anteriormente impensables (por ejemplo, proporcionar información médica en situaciones de rescate de montaña) y acompañar a alguien tan fácil como llevar el tiempo en un reloj de pulsera.

¡Inscribete temprano y ahorra!

  • Precio de inscripción (antes del 10 de Junio): 195€
  • Fecha de comienzo: 18 Junio 2012
  • Duración: 6 semanas
  • Precio regular: 225€ (después del 10 de Junio)

Learn how to mobilize your apps! Register for the new W3C online training course

11 05 2012

We are pleased to announce that registration is open for a new edition of the W3C online training course “Mobile Web 2: Programming Web Applications”.

Developed by the W3C/MobiWebApp team and taught by Marcos Caceres, this course covers all techniques you need to know for programming successful mobile Web applications, including:

  • Progressive enhancement and feature detection
  • HTML5 for mobile
  • Javascript APIs for geolocation, device orientation, handling touch events, using local storage, accessing the camera
  • Taking applications offline

The 6-week course begins 11 June. An early bird rate of 195 Euros is available until 25 May; after that date the full price is 225 Euros so register no!!

The course is for you if:

  • you understand the basics of Web development and would like to understand the specifics of the mobile context;
  • you know how to create mobile Web sites and would like to move on to more advanced applications;
  • you wish to update your knowledge of Web technology with more recent additions from the HTML5 and Javascript world;
  • you want to learn how to package your Web applications so that they can work offline or as native applications.

Read the full course description and looking forward to welcome you on board!

MobiWebApp collaborates with Mosquito project on mobile Web interoperability

10 05 2012

Register for Mosquito/MobiWebApp interop event

MobiWebApp is collaborating with the Mosquito European project on a series of events three weeks from now, from May 29th to 31st in Paris.

The event combines a workshop on challenges around mobile Web with a set of presentations from a variety of perspectives on May 29, followed by an interoperability event on May 30th and 31st, where more than 40 mobile devices will be made availabe to participating developers to test their Web applications, and report the main interoperability difficulties they enounter.

Learn more about this and related efforts on the W3C site.

Training Course “Mobile Web 1: Best Practices”; Early Bird till April 23

12 04 2012

W3C is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the next edition of the most popular W3C online training course, Mobile Web 1: Best Practices.

The 6-week course begins 30 April 2012.

The course will help Web designers and content producers who are already familiar with the desktop world to become familiar with the Web as delivered on mobile devices. It is based entirely on W3C standards, particularly the Mobile Web Best Practices.

Along with the course description, read comments from past students and what they have achieved. An early bird rate of €195 is available until 23 April 2012; after that date the full price is €225 so register now.

February 2012 edition of “Standards for Web Applications on Mobile”

20 02 2012

As Mobile World Congress draws near (W3C will have a booth there, come and say hi if you’re around), I have just released an update to the quaterly Standards for Web Applications on Mobile.

This February 2012 edition features for the first time detailed information on which mobile browser implements what specification, based on data collected from existing on-line sources and computed into simple graphics via a simple tool.

The document also has the latest information about the status of specifications, their expected evolution, the state of their accompanying test suites, etc.

A number of the technologies the document covers will be at the core of the new on-line training course: Mobile Web 2: Applications, scheduled to start on March 12, and for which early bird rates end on March 1st — a perfect opportunity to explore these technologies in a lot more details!

New Mobile Web “advanced” course is open for registration

8 02 2012

We are pleased to announce that a brand new mobile Web course is open for registration: “Mobile Web 2: Applications” will provide you with all the knowledge you need to write mobile Web applications that can ship both online and in application stores, using today’s advanced technologies.

During this course, participants will:

  • Understand the specifics of developing Web applications for the mobile environment.
  • Learn the latest HTML5 and Javascript APIs that are actually usable in real-world environments.
  • Discover the options at your disposal to package applications so that they work offline or can be shipped to application stores.
  • Be informed about what technologies are coming next so that you will be ready to use them when they become broadly available.

Developped by the W3C/MobiWebApp team, and taught by Robin Berjon, W3C Device APIs working group chair and newly elected TAG member, this new course will last 8 weeks, with a start date of 12 March 2012. Read the course description and register quickly before 1 March to benefit from the early bird rate(165€).