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SkillsCast

Working with Data in a Titanium Mobile app.

6th February 2014 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Working with Data in a Titanium Mobile app: A Titanium Data Workshop

Keen to learn how Titanium can help you store application and user data? Watch this SkillsCast recording (film/code/slides) of a talk by seasoned Titanium developer Pratik Patel and learn how to!

Titanium has a host of options for storing application and user data. In this session, we’ll look at some of these options, such as simple JSON and SQLite.

Pratik also discuss the details of deciding to use SQL or a NoSQL solution. We’ll look at how to architect a data-driven mobile app, strategies for server synchronization, and take a deep dive into working with datasets in JavaScript.

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Working with Data in a Titanium Mobile app.

Pratik Patel

Pratik Patel is the CTO of Atlanta based TripLingo. He wrote the first book on 'enterprise Java' in 1996, "Java Database Programming with JDBC." He has also spoken at various conferences and participates in several local tech groups and startup groups. He's in the startup world now and hacks iOS, Android, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Rails, and ..... well everything except Perl.

SkillsCast

Keen to learn how Titanium can help you store application and user data? Watch this SkillsCast recording (film/code/slides) of a talk by seasoned Titanium developer Pratik Patel and learn how to!

Titanium has a host of options for storing application and user data. In this session, we’ll look at some of these options, such as simple JSON and SQLite.

Pratik also discuss the details of deciding to use SQL or a NoSQL solution. We’ll look at how to architect a data-driven mobile app, strategies for server synchronization, and take a deep dive into working with datasets in JavaScript.

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About the Speaker

Working with Data in a Titanium Mobile app.

Pratik Patel

Pratik Patel is the CTO of Atlanta based TripLingo. He wrote the first book on 'enterprise Java' in 1996, "Java Database Programming with JDBC." He has also spoken at various conferences and participates in several local tech groups and startup groups. He's in the startup world now and hacks iOS, Android, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Rails, and ..... well everything except Perl.