Join us and other NativeScript developers to learn the latest about our open source technology for building cross platform native mobile apps.
We are living in a mobile-first world. You don’t need us to tell you that an average user now spends more time on the internet through their smartphone than their desktop computer. At the same time, the expectations of users have increased, with millennials in particular demanding an experience that is fast and easy. It’s never been more important to deliver a mobile experience that is seamless and performant across all major platforms.
In today’s digital economy, a high quality mobile app is a must—and that means native performance. See for yourself what all the hype is about by attending NativeScript Developer Day in New York City, where you’ll get the chance to meet other NativeScript developers and learn about how you can use NativeScript as a web developer.
Date: September 18th-19th
Location: New York City, Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave
We’re happy to offer a 20% discount for all OpenEdge customers and partners! Just register using the link on this blog post and the savings will automatically apply. It’s our way of saying thank you for being a member of the OpenEdge community.
You can check out an overview of some of the key speaking sessions in this blog post. To find out more about the conference and register, head on over to the conference website. We hope to see you there!
Tanya O’Connor is the product marketing manager for Progress OpenEdge. She has over 15+ years of marketing strategy, channel and communications experience in the application development market.
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