New W3C course: Introduction to Mobile Web and Application Best Practices

28 04 2011

2nd early bird rate at only 145€! Please register here

W3C is pleased to announce its latest online training course: Introduction to Mobile Web and Application Best Practices.  The course will start on 6 June 2011.

This represents a substantial revision of the popular course that ran several times between 2008 and 2010 and includes a lot of new material concerning Web applications. Delivered online over 8 weeks, the course will help Web designers and content producers who are already familiar with the desktop world to become familiar with the Web as delivered on mobile devices. It is based entirely on W3C standards, particularly the Mobile Web Best Practices and Mobile Web Application Best Practices.

Participants will:

  • learn about and use the recommended versions of HTML and CSS to use for mobile today;
  • understand the constraints of working on mobile and how to overcome them to deliver the best possible experience to the widest range of users;
  • practice client side and server side content adaptation techniques;
  • learn about and use the exciting new APIs available on modern mobile platforms.

The course will be taught by Phil Archer who was a member of the Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group from the outset. Phil is an acknowledged contributor to many W3C Recommendations related to mobile and gained praise from participants in the earlier course for his enthusiasm and subject knowledge.

The full price for the Introduction to Mobile Web and Application Best Practices is €195 but there are two early bird periods:

  • From now until Friday 6th of May you can enrol for just €95
  • The second early bird period runs until Friday 20 May at €145.

Please find full details of the course and register now!


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