Wayne CarterAli LeClerc

Sponsored by

Couchbase

The Offline Challenge: Delivering Mobile Apps that Always Work

Date: This event took place live on November 10 2015

Presented by: Wayne Carter, Ali LeClerc

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

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Description:

In today's always-connected world, users expect to have a mobile experience that is immediate, pervasive, and aware. In this way, it is crucial to build apps that meet these expectations. Specifically, your business needs to build mobile apps that are always available, regardless of network connectivity and speed.

Users expect a great experience when using their mobile apps. If an app doesn't provide this, then users won't use it — it's that simple. In the past, this has mostly meant a beautiful and intuitive interface, which is important but not the whole story.

In this webcast, you'll learn how to build a mobile app that has a consistent user experience, both online and offline. This includes:

  • Syncing the data
  • Storing the data
  • Securing the data
  • Cross platform data modeling

You'll walk away with an understanding of the design patterns required to build an app that works online and offline — all this, using open source technologies.

About Wayne Carter, Chief Architect Mobile — Couchbase

Wayne is the Chief Architect of Mobile at Couchbase, where he is responsible for leading vision, strategy and development for the company's mobile solutions.

Before Couchbase, Wayne spent 7 years at Oracle as the Architect responsible for driving mobile innovation within the CRM and SAAS product lines. He has 10 patents and patents pending from his work there. Prior to Oracle, Wayne held technical leadership positions at Siebel working on their CRM product line.

About Ali LeClerc, Product Marketing Manager, Mobile — Couchbase

Ali is the Product Marketing Manager for Couchbase Mobile, where she manages and executes the worldwide marketing strategy for their mobile products. She joined Couchbase in 2011 to drive open source product adoption and awareness. Prior to Couchbase, Ali held marketing positions at Time Warner. She holds a degree from Yale University in Political Science.