My MAX 2010 Presentation is Online: How to Build Adobe AIR Apps for the iPhone and Android

My MAX 2010 presentation is now online. It’s about an hour long, and it covers the following:

  • Some philosophy around the proliferation of devices.
  • Why write for multiple screens?
  • Why writing for multiple screens is a challenge.
  • How to write a cross-screen applications (tips and tricks).
  • Cross-screen development workflows.
  • The future of cross-screen development.

There are tons of other great MAX sessions available online, as well, so go have a look.

Update: My slides are now available as a PDF, as well.

4 Responses to My MAX 2010 Presentation is Online: How to Build Adobe AIR Apps for the iPhone and Android

  1. geeEmGee says:

    I attended your Monday session of this presentation. Really enjoyed it, wanted to say thanks.

    Been showing the various AIR related materials from MAX to my employer, we are considering using it for some upcoming mobile apps. Is there somewhere we can look that lists the limitations of AIR in dealing with native api’s for mobile devices? If possible could I send you an email with a few specific questions we had?

    Thanks again.

  2. Hi Christian,
    Really good! Thanks for the info about the PPI / DPI issues, i had no idea, so good stuff!

    To bad you had to skip the last slides due to time, I saw some info about Ruler and Layout, but it was to fast to actually see. Any chance you can put those online as PDF or Slidehshare?

    Cheers,
    SId

  3. Christian Cantrell says:

    @Sid: The slides are now available as a PDF.

  4. Nice! Thanks for putting the link up.

    Cheers,

    Sid