January 30, 2017 — 1. Προετοιμασία WordPress
1.1. Δημιουργία Custom Fields βάση του περιεχόμενου της εφαρμογής
1.2. Χρήση posts & taxonomies για την καταχώρηση και επεξεργασία περιεχομένου
1.3. Εξαγωγή Περιεχομένου
1.3.1. Δημιουργία εξαγωγής & ενημέρωση περιεχόμενου εφαρμογής μέσω JSON (Offline Application)
1.3.2. Χρήση JSON Rest Api για online εφαρμογές
2. Phonegap Tips & Tricks
2.1. Βασικές βιβλιοθήκες για ελαχιστοποίηση αποκρίσεων και native feeling
2.2. Ανάλυση Βασικών συναρτήσεων για ορθή λειτουργία
2.3. Καταχώρηση περιεχομένου για offline περιήγηση
2.4. Χρήση data-attributes για ελαχιστοποίηση χρήσης threads από τη συσκευή
2.5. Εύκολη Αλλαγή Γλώσσας ανάλογα με το χρήστη (localization)
3. Κατασκευή Analytics για offline εφαρμογή
3.1. Στατιστικά ανά άρθρο και call to action
3.2. Ασφαλής επικοινωνία με το server και καταγραφή στην βάση
3.3. Geo sniffing ανώνυμης χρήσης
3.3.1. Απεικόνιση τοποθεσιών χρηστών στο χάρτη ανα συσκευή, ανά άρθρο ανάγνωσης κτλ.
3.3.2. Ποσοστό μετατροπής ανάγνωσης άρθρου – επιχείρησης σε επίσκεψη (customer converge rate)
January 6, 2017 — Google is pushing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in a big way. AMP pages restrict what you can do all for the sake of performance on mobile devices. In this talk we’ll cover the basics of AMP, how it’s different than mobile-ready and responsive design, and the plugins you’ll need to take advantage of AMP on your WordPress site.
November 11, 2016 — Is your WordPress website truly ready for an increase in visitors using mobile phones and tablets? Research shows most websites have much lower conversion ratios for mobile devices compared to the desktop. Why is this relevant and how can you change this for your website?
This presentation will offer insights into the behavior of your mobile visitors. It will also provide highly actionable tips and techniques on how to improve the top problems (such as loading speed, menus and forms) that prevent mobile visitors from converting to customers.
October 6, 2016 — Mobile-first design is so much more than media queries… It’s an adapt-or-die philosophy requiring you to turn the way you think about building websites on its head. Learn exactly what “mobile-first” means; how it leads to a better design and user experience across all devices; and how to modify your workflow to embrace a mobile-first point of view.
August 17, 2016 — Introduces design, development and blogging app resources that allow WordPress users the freedom to manage a business, team, multiple websites and other assets while on the go.
June 24, 2016 — This talk will go over how we approached building a plugin to add support for the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project to WordPress sites.
AMP requires an alternate presentation of the WordPress site’s content to match its restrictive spec. During the talk, we’ll discuss the various WordPress and PHP APIs that the plugin relies on (rewrites, DOMDocument, etc.), some the design decisions we made, and the various challenges we encountered (and still do, in some cases).
The intended audience is primarily developers (all levels), but non-developers are welcome to attend as well.
June 20, 2016 — Mobile users are sick of heavy, bloated sites eating up their precious data plans. In response, the open-source Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) Project was born. AMP promises a lean, near-instant mobile experience for users with minimal effort on the part of publishers. Come learn what AMP is all about, how you can implement it in your projects, and why it’s so much more than “just a mobile version of the web.”
April 28, 2016 — Five years ago, WordPress powered 13% of the web and struggled to be considered as anything more than a “blogging platform.” Today, as the de facto content management tool that powers a quarter of the internet, WordPress is at a crucial pivoting point of determining how to get *off* of the web. A CMS can no longer merely exist as a website entity available when summoned from the browser. Now, a “website” must extend into the peripherals our users are accustomed to and become an active participant in the dissemination of content. There must be, “an app for that.”
January 17, 2016 — A complementary look at my WordCamp Tampa 2015 “Mobile-First Development: Why and How” talk, we’ll look at the design aspects of what mobile-first is and what it entails. We’ll look at examples of great designs and some pitfalls to avoid, as well as my pet peeves as a mobile consumer of content.
How many of us use services like Pocket to get a nice view of the content because the site owner didn’t account for mobile or did a poor job of it? I Pocket over 1.5 million words last year avoiding poorly-designed mobile sites.
January 9, 2016 — Take charge of your mobile web experience. Dave will demonstrate several plugins to help webmasters create better mobile sites. Including mobile menus and custom content for mobile users.