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Developing iPhone apps

Have you been wondering what it would take to develop an iPhone application? Is it worth the time and effort? Chris LaBelle, from Oregon State University Extension, shares more about their recent iPhone development project. Some of the topics that will be covered in this session:

• Open versus proprietary development and delivery models for mobile platforms
• Administrative and production-level barriers
• The challenges of developing iPhone applications when you’re not a software development group
• Developing student workers in a mutually beneficial manner
• Key partnerships
• Beta testing a mobile phone application and some evaluation metrics—what did we learn?
• Licensing issues and campus-wide cooperation around mobile technology

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Co-sponsored with ACE IT SIG

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