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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject AW: Any interest in an offline-capable Conference App?
Date Thu, 09 Jul 2015 20:35:21 GMT
Ok ... so I had a look at the Sched API and indeed I think it should have all we need.

But even it it were possible to directly access the API from the mobile application, I think
it would be better to cache the data in a server application as the API has the limitation
of 30 requests per minute if this is exceeded the API is (temporarily) suspended. I could
immagine that there would be more than 30 requests per minute, but these could be easily cached.

In any way, for this we would need an API key ... as soon as a conference is created the creator
can access this key from the settings page.

So I would volunteer to take care of building such a system, if you think it's something usefull.


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Betreff: Re: Any interest in an offline-capable Conference App?

Looks like Shed has a pretty good set of APIs to access data:


On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 2:33 PM, Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com>

> Hi,
> > Even if this competition is probably mainly focussed on playing with 
> > the
> different technologies and frameworks, still there are useable 
> applications coming out of this. Currently theres a Flex-Based client 
> (That's my baby) and one or two JavaScript ones in the race.
> If you’re interested I wrote an application (a few years ago) that 
> does exactly that I made for several previous conferences, feel free 
> to assume it’s Apache licensed.  [1]  It written in Flex and works on 
> Android/iOS both online and offline. If online it can also check for 
> changes to the schedule. It also handles multiple speakers for a 
> session + a few other things.
> At one conference Apple rejected the app, saying that it wasn’t doing 
> anything more than a web site could. I pointed out that international 
> attendee may not have data on their phone and wifi at conference 
> couple be problematic and it was accepted.
> Thanks,
> Justin
> 1. https://github.com/justinmclean/cfObjective-ANZ--Mobile-Schedule
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