Learn how to make and sell HTML5 apps

Intel is hosting another webinar that will show you how you can use HTML5 to reach a larger audience and cater for devices with bigger screens, including Ultrabook devices. It takes place on Wednesday 7th March at 10am UK time, and you can register for free here.

The webinar will cover:

  • The most exciting HTML5 features, including the canvas API and local storage;
  • How the Intel AppUpSM encapsulator can be used to convert a web app into a program that can be installed and run on a Windows PC, netbook, laptop or Ultrabook device;
  • How you can sell HTML5 apps through the Intel AppUp developer program, which supplies leading app stores from brands including Dixons; and
  • What kinds of app will be successful on Ultrabook devices, set to be the hottest technology of 2012 thanks to their optimal specification for productivity, portability and powerful apps.

If you’ve been thinking about making an app, HTML5 can simplify the process, especially for the many programmers who already know how to create websites. This webinar will point you in the right direction so you can start making plans to build apps using HTML. I always think it’s a good idea to get as much training and expose yourself to as many technologies as possible, and the beauty of a webinar is that you don’t even have to leave your desk. There’s more information on the registration page here.

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