Mobile phone texting (txting) is now ubiquitous - a comfortable UI to everybody that has a cell phone. With most age groups, the time spent texting far exceeds time making voice calls. Logically, Java developers should be considering txt interfaces to their applications.
We will look at adding mobile txt interfaces to three applications:
- A mobile web healthcare application with group push txt notification to other caregivers of an event
- An iPad POS web application for ordering from your car via txt from your mobile phone
- An installed Swing application to display group txting for public display
Speaker: Jon Batcheller
Jon is the founder of PJUG and Java architect and UI developer for RealPage in Wilsonville, OR. He has been writing in Java since his first taste in version 0.9, 17 years ago! In addition to being a code monkey, Jon is a licensed Veterinarian, owns two bars, is an auctioneer and in his spare time teaches Human Anatomy and Physiology at PCC. Having never missed a JavaOne since their inception in 1996, he hopes to see you there in the Fall!
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