Tagged: Webinar

Building Mobile Apps with the WAC API and Tiggzi Mobile App Builder [Webinar]

WAC (the Wholesale Applications Community) offers a single cross-operator payment API across 9 operators today with plans to extend to all 58 member operators. Mobile carrier enabled in-app billing promises better conversion for app developers since there is no reason to enter usernames and passwords.

Do you want to see how to use in-app carrier billing in developing a mobile app? Come join us as Exadel and WAC, in conjunction with Deutsche Telekom’s Developer Garden, present a hands-on interactive webinar in which we will demonstrate how to build an app with Tiggzi Mobile App Builder and WAC’s in-app billing API. We’ll show everything from the WAC sign-up process to the creation and testing of a complete functioning app.

Webinar organizers:
Tiggzi/Exadel (Twitter, Facebook)
WAC (Twitter, Facebook)
Deutsche Telekom’s Developer Garden (Twitter, Facebook)

When: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT
Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/971108977

Building HTML5 Mobile Apps in Tiggzi with Aepona REST API [Webinar]

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Exadel an­nounced a part­ner­ship with Aepona, the market leader in Network-as-a-Service so­lu­tions, to make it easier for mo­bile de­vel­opers to take ad­van­tage of Aepona’s ser­vice APIs for its telecom part­ners by in­te­grating the APIs with Tiggzi Mobile App Builder. As a first step, Tiggzi now in­te­grates the Aepona billing and au­then­ti­ca­tion APIs for in­cor­po­rating in-app car­rier billing ca­pa­bil­i­ties that elim­i­nate the need for a credit card or PayPal account.
Come join us as Exadel and Aepona present a hands-on in­ter­ac­tive we­binar about this. See for your­self how to use the Aepona APIs as we build an app in minutes.
Using Aepona API Services in Mobile Apps with Tiggzi
April 12, Thursday
11am US Pacific Time
Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/947832601

Tiggzi Plugins – The Pre-packaged Approach to Consuming REST APIs in jQuery Mobile App [Webinar recording]

In this webinar I built an mobile app connected to ATT SMS API and then packaged the services as plug-in for reuse.

Tiggzi Plugins – The Pre-packaged Approach to Consuming REST APIs in jQuery Mobile App [Webinar]

Tiggzi Mobile App Builder stands out in how easy it is to in­cor­po­rate REST ser­vices with public APIs into mo­bile apps. Tiggzi now makes it even easier by prepack­aging the steps you would go through to con­nect an app to a ser­vice as plug-??ins. Along with this new plug-??in fea­ture for easy code re-??use, get a peek at our new Service Catalog we’ll be growing with pre-??packaged ver­sions of pop­ular and useful APIs. Also, see the re-??designed Visual Data Mapper.

Join our in­ter­ac­tive we­binar to learn all about these ex­citing fea­tures. We’ll be building an app in min­utes, and at­ten­dees will be able to try the app on their de­vices as it’s being built.

Tiggzi Plugins: The Pre-??packaged Approach to Consuming APIs
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
11am US Pacific Time
Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/949571032

See our last we­binar on YouTube!

Using PhoneGap in Tiggr Mobile App Development [Webinar]

PhoneGap is one of the foundation technologies for Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder. Tiggr’s extensive capabilities in JavaScript customization allow developers an easy way to use the PhoneGap API to make native apps that access device features (like using the camera). In this webinar, we’ll show you how it’s done with hands-on examples and then you’ll have the chance to ask questions.

Register for the webinar.

Webinar: Ajax Applications with JSF 2 and the New RichFaces 4 – Sept 8, 2010

With the upcoming release of RichFaces 4, we are doing a webinar on new RichFaces 4. Register and learn what’s new in RichFaces 4.

When:
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 | 2pm EDT (GMT-4 New York) / 18:00 GMT / 8pm CEST (GMT+2 Paris)

Abstract:
RichFaces is a JSF framework with AJAX components (over 100), skins, themes, and a component development kit. Although JSF 2 now offers basic AJAX functionality (which was, in fact, greatly inspired by RichFaces), a broader rich component library is still needed to build most real-world JSF AJAX applications. This webinar will first cover JSF 2 AJAX features and then the extra value the new RichFaces 4 adds on top of JSF 2 through its advanced features, tags, customization, and flexibility. Whether you are new to using JSF for developing AJAX applications or you can already show your JSF battle scars, this webinar has something to offer to you.