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Connecting Enterprise APIs to HTML5 Cross-Platform Application Development
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Connecting Enterprise APIs to HTML5 Cross-Platform Application Development
Travis Broughton | Enterprise Architect, Intel Corp.

Location: 506
Date: Wednesday, November 06
Time: 3:15pm-3:45pm
Format: Session
Discipline: Programming & Architecture, Design & UI
Track: Enterprise Apps, Brand Marketing Apps
Vault Recording: Video


Travis Broughton, Enterprise Architect for Intel Corporation, will discuss how API management is enabling knowledge workers to become 'citizen developers' within the enterprise. He will explore how new tools are opening up access to internal data and services, making everyone more productive. Finally, he will show how client-side tools are and back-end services work are creating a virtuous spiral for innovation and optimization.
Takeaway
Attendees will learn how to leverage API management and client-side tools such as HTML5 and JavaScript to empower their internal developers. Attendees will also see how new architectures can be applied while sustaining and extended access for legacy data services.

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