Saturday, June 29, 2013

July: Location, Location, Location: Mastering HTML 5 Geolocation

July 11 (9-10 am Pacific)

Do you know where your users are? The HTML 5 Geolocation API is a JavaScript-based interface that allows you to programmatically get access to a user's approximate latitude and longitude. You can get a snapshot of their location or even continuous updates. The best part is the API is now built into many of the latest generation of browsers. In this hands-on webcast presented by Andy Gup, he'll step you through how the API works, as well as take an in-depth look at the data it provides and how to use it effectively. We'll nail the key things you need to know to implement this API into your existing systems right away. You'll learn that not all data is created equally. To hit home the concepts we'll demonstrate using the API in several real world scenarios and show how this information can be successfully integrated into a backend system for analysis.

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