Just a quick note that I’m going to be presenting a webinar on the LiveCycle Collaboration Service this Wednesday, May 26th, 12 Noon EST / 9AM PST (2 days from now!). It’ll be an hour with me over Connect, and I’ll be presenting a pretty deep dive on building apps using LCCS; lots of coding and demos, as well as a special focus on best practices when using the service. If you’ve ever considered getting started with P2P audio/video, multi-user capabilities, and real-time social features, this webinar will be a great place to kick-start your development. If you’ve seen me present before, I’ll definitely have some new content – I’ve been building an app lately that’s pretty cool (think LCCS+GAE), and I’ll spend some time dissecting it.
Here’s the description :
The Collaboration service enables developers to easily add real-time collaboration and social capabilities to their applications. The service is implemented as LiveCycle Collaboration Service (LCCS). LCCS provides a hosted infrastructure that lets developers add collaboration capabilities to applications rapidly. Adobe hosts the service so developers don’t have to worry about deployment, maintenance, and scalability. Some examples of applications with collaborative capabilities include social games, customer service applications, e-learning solutions and sports broadcasts. Join Nigel Pegg to learn how to add collaboration to new and existing applications.
Come Join Us – Check the box in the top-left of the page, and click register. It’s free, it’s easy, and who wouldn’t want to spend an hour with me?