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How Building Offline First Keeps Your App Always On

DATABASE TRENDS AND APPLICATIONS (DBTA) WEBINAR | LIVE STREAMING AUDIO
How Building Offline First
Keeps Your App Always On
 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 - 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET

 
 
It's all too easy for mobile app developers to assume their apps will run on fast and reliable networks. The reality for end users, though, is often slow, unreliable networks with spotty coverage that leads to poor app performance and frustration with the app.

Being offline shouldn't be an error condition.

By building offline-first apps, developers create an always-on experience for their users. An offline-first app is one that works, without error, when there is no network connection, with progressive enhancement applied whenever network connectivity is available. Offline-first apps built with Apache CouchDB and PouchDB (an open source JavaScript database) can provide a better, faster user experience by storing data locally and then synchronizing with a cloud database when a network connection is available.

Join us for this FREE live webinar.

Audio is streamed over the Internet,
so turn up your computer speakers!
 
   
SPEAKER
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Bradley Holt
IBM Developer Advocate
IBM
 
MODERATOR
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Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research and DBTA
 
 
 

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