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Vodaphone To Present iPhone Developer Session at AJAXWorld

An updated coverage on the work being done with the W3C Mobile Web Initiative and other, related groups

AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West, which will take place September 23-26, 2007, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California, will introduce a new dedicated track for iPhone AJAX developers. Apple's iPhone has been one of the most eagerly awaited consumer electronics items in years. It has also created tremendous excitement within the developer community, who see its potential to receive AJAX-based applications as a unique opportunity. Given Apple's estimates of 10 million units sold over the coming year, the iPhone will be one of the top topics of conversation among mobile AJAX developers this year and beyond.

This mobile AJAX session covers some of the work being done with the W3C Mobile Web Initiative and other, related groups. It also features a video demonstration of an SVGt 1.2 application that was recently launched in Germany. The session will finish with a discussion on WICD, a new W3C standard that sets combination rules for HTML, SVG, and AJAX.

Speaker Bio: Daniel K. Appelquist is a senior technology strategist at Vodafone Group, where he works on Web and Internet projects and industry activities. He helped to create dotMobi and the W3C Mobile Web Initiative, where he chairs the Mobile Web Best Practices working group. He is also the founder of Mobile Monday London, and has spoken at numerous conferences and events on the mobile Web, including Web 2.0 Summit, South by Southwest Interactive and the Future of Web Apps (London).

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This mobile AJAX session covers some of the work being done with the W3C Mobile Web Initiative and other, related groups. It also features a video demonstration of an SVGt 1.2 application that was recently launched in Germany. The session will finish with a discussion on WICD, a new W3C standard that sets combination rules for HTML, SVG, and AJAX.

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