Matthias Weßendorf works as Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, where he is focused on mobile and HTML5 to build the next generation mobile web. His maintains a blog (http://wessendorf.net) and tweets (@mwessendorf).
With the explosion of mobile devices and the Internet becoming ubiquitous, there is a growing demand on building mobile applications that have access to a Java EE backend. The session gives a overview on how to build different mobile apps (hybrid, native and mobile web), that use the JBoss AeroGear library to access private and cloud-enabled Java EE applications. The library has rich API support for accessing RESTful services, data storage and security features build specifically for mobile, like OTP (One-Time-Password). The session ends with an outlook to future developments of the AeroGear project!