June 28th, 2011
Summer is in full swing at NYPHP where it's a whole new ballgame of mobile web development. This month we're pleased to have pinch-hitters Adobe and Zend on deck for game two of our June double header.
With classic web development benched, stay in the game with these tech heavy-hitters as they give us an exclusive in-depth look at their new mobile starting lineup, Flash Builder for PHP. Join us this June when sluggers Ryan Stewart and Edward Kietlinski step up to the plate and take us through PHP mobile development, from A to Z.
Then come out for extra innings after the presentation for FREE food and drink
at TGI Fridays, thanks to Adobe and Zend.
As mobile is becoming more and more prominent client platform, developers are interested in building similar rich desktop apps on mobile, by using Flash and PHP you can build once and deploy on any major phone device natively. Zend Server together with Flash Builder 4.5 for PHP adds complete support for developing, testing and deploying mobile applications built using Adobe Flex and PHP. Using your existing skills and familiar workflows, you can now productively build and debug web, desktop and mobile applications with Flash Builder. Attend this presentation to learn more details including:
- Single UI Framework - joint Flash/PHP project creation (Adobe and Zend)
- Integrated Flex/PHP Debugging (Adobe and Zend)
- Accelerated coding for Flex and Action Script projects (Adobe)
- Build and deploy mobile apps for iOS, Android, and the PlayBook (Adobe)
Ryan Stewart (Adobe) holds an economics degree from the University of Pennsylvania and is now a Rich Internet Application developer and industry analyst. After graduating from Penn, he spent two years developing applications for the Wharton School and pushing the idea of the web as a platform for learning. Ryan now lives in Seattle with his wife and works at Adobe as a Rich Internet Application Evangelist.
Edward Kietlinski (Zend) I'm currently at Zend Technologies for 5yrs and have the honor and privilege to work with some of the industries tech leaders at GE, ADP, NYSE, Cisco, here. I've been working on advanced Internet projects since the early days at Netscape and then Opsware before joining Zend. When I'm not working in my office, you can usually find me working on my historic home in NJ. Majored in CIS and minored in IE=analytical approach to Business call Industrial Engineering. I always had a passion for how entrepreneurs have inspired and spawned business by the use of technology.