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Front End Junkie, Wannabe Author, Aspiring Designer
Each day our mobile gaming platform is becoming more and more capable. Each day the need to send games to the mobile browser increases. Many game designers are forcing developers into the same social integration UI flows that Desktop browsers have.
This class will show many different ways to connect your users with their friends, by using combinations of the new APIs available in our gaming device browsers. We will cover bump and simple gaming auto. Additionally we will unveil a new concept audio-signal auth to allow for seamless broadcast authorization.
Chrome Native Client provides web developers with all the resources and power that Native App developers have. Using an API code named "Salt & Pepper", web developers can now inject C and C++ (with additional language support on the way) into the browser to achieve a whole world of webby goodness. The Native code is then run inside a double-sandboxed environment to provide end users with security.
The Web Intents API will allow users to mashup our website with other websites. It is an exciting new piece of the web platform. In this sessions we will go over setting up our own site to implement a Web Intent for our users.
The Web Intents API is new, and is still fluctuating. In this session we will talk about the different Intents available, and how we can register our site with one of those available intents.