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Developing HTML5 Applications for Intel AppUp℠ developer program Part 1: A Simple Example

19 Mar 2012CPOL8 min read
This is the first in a series of articles covering how to develop HTML5 applications for Intel AppUp (SM) center. This series, will address a range of topics from the basics of getting a minimal application packaged using the AppUp encapsulator tool to applications that illustrate different feature

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About the Author

Jeff Tranter
Engineer Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc.
Canada Canada
Jeff Tranter is a consultant and consulting manager at Integrated Computer Solutions (

ICS provides mobile application design and custom development services that speed the delivery of embedded and mobile devices with world-class user experiences for a range of technologies, including Qt and MeeGo, Windows Phone 7, HTML5, iOS, and Android. In North America, ICS is the largest source of independent expertise on Qt from Nokia, providing both expert consulting as well as training and add-on products. Additionally, ICS provides the leading Motif solutions for GUI Builders, testing tools, widgets, and libraries.

At ICS, Jeff is responsible for the management of customer software projects, including the architectural and high-level design of software systems. In addition to his successful management of these projects, he also manages a team of remote software developers. His customer involvement begins in the beginning of the customer phase with bidding and scoping and follows the customer through the final software delivery. He also participates in all levels of design, coding, documentation, and debugging of desktop software.

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