Azure SIG
Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova: Build Apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Using Web Technologies.
Presented by Mel Leeb
9/8/2015 5:45 PM
Cleveland Microsoft Office

Come join us as we'll learn about the easy-to-use installer that performs all the heavy lifting needed to have your computer up and running with the necessary SDKs, tools, libraries, and more for building cross-platform apps.

Whether you’re targeting iOS, Android or Windows, Visual Studio provides preview support for a wide variety of emulators and tethered devices. You can even deploy and debug emulators hosted on a remote or virtual machine. With Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova for Visual Studio 2013 and 2015, you'll be able to develop mobile applications faster with nearly 100% of shared code, debug within Visual Studio on a number of devices or emulators, and author applications that leverage your team's existing skills in web technologies and utilize the JavaScript frameworks you love.

About Mel:

Mel Leeb is a Senior Architect at Bennett Adelson. Prior to joining Bennett Adelson in 2008, he worked for Progressive and Software Architects in various development and consulting roles. He holds a MS in Engineering from Purdue University and works with customers to help them design and build custom web, desktop, and mobile applications.

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About Azure SIG
The Cleveland Azure Special Interest Group (Azure SIG) (formerly the Cleveland .NET SIG) was founded in a partnership between Bennett Adelson and Microsoft 20 years ago. The SIG has become the forum for Azure collaboration and instruction from some of the brightest minds in the region. The organization was founded to provide enterprise customers and community with educational support on the Azure cloud platform. The group meetings consist of architecture and implementation focused, content-rich presentations and interactive discussions with demos. The audience ranges from Azure experts to those decision makers, infrastructure engineers, and developers that are getting their first glimpse of the cloud.