Andrew Trice is a technical evangelist with Adobe Systems. Andrew brings to the table over a decade of experience designing, implementing, and delivering rich applications for the web, desktop, and mobile devices. Andrew is an experienced architect, team leader, accomplished speaker, and published author, specializing in immersive experiences, mobile development, realtime data systems, and data visualization.

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Learn about Apple App Store rejections and how to address common omissions in your app designs when converting your web app to an iOS app.

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Learn how to create mobile apps built using PhoneGap, with data served and persisted using Database.com.

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(Jun 04, 2012)

Learn how to create application experiences that feel more like applications.

Extending PhoneGap with native plugins for Android

(Apr 23, 2012)

Learn how to create custom functionality in native code and expose it via the native-to-JavaScript bridge in PhoneGap.

Extending PhoneGap with native plugins for iOS

(Mar 28, 2012)

Learn how to create custom functionality in native code, and expose it via PhoneGap's native-to-JavaScript bridge.

Getting started with PhoneGap in Eclipse for Android

(Mar 14, 2012)

Set up an environment for developing Android apps with PhoneGap in Eclipse.

Getting started with PhoneGap in Xcode for iOS

(Feb 27, 2012)

Set up an environment for developing iOS apps with PhoneGap in Xcode.

CSS3 basics

(May 10, 2011)

Get a quick overview of CSS3, including what it is and is not and how it may benefit you.

HTML5 basics

(May 03, 2011)

Get a quick introduction to HTML5, including what it is and is not, why you should care about it, and how it may benefit you.

Using ColdFusion 8 and Flex 3 to export visual components

(Mar 10, 2008)

Take snapshots of data and charts in your Flex 3 apps, in image and PDF formats, with ColdFusion 8.