It is through the space dedicated to developers on the Apple site that we have just learned the schedules of the Worldwide Developpers Conference 2010 edition (understand WWDC, editor's note). This will take place in the traditional Moscone Center from San Francisco from June 7 for a period of 5 days.
It is now a safe bet that this new edition of WWDC will be launched by the traditional keynote from Steve Jobs, C.E.O of Apple.
In all likelihood, Apple should take advantage of the event to present the future generation of iPhone and also give a date of availability of firmware 4.0 intended for the general public.
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Apple WWDC conference to kick off June 7 in San Francisco
CUPERTINO, California April 28, 2010 Apple announced today that its annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) conference will be held at the Moscone West center in San Francisco from June 7 to 11. The program for this five-day event includes the very first development sessions for iPad as well as practical workshops on iPhone OS 4 and workshops on the technologies that are at the heart of Mac OS X.
"WWDC is offering in-depth sessions and hands-on workshops this year to learn more about iPhone OS 4, the world's most advanced mobile operating system," said Scott Forstall, senior vice president of iPhone Software at Apple. “WWDC offers developers a unique opportunity to work alongside Apple engineers and interface designers to make their iPhone and iPad applications even better.”
The 2010 edition of WWDC will focus on providing qualified developers with very advanced information on five essential technological axes: application frameworks; Internet & Web; graphics & multimedia; development tools; fundamentals of the operating system (Core OS). Apple engineers will lead more than 100 technical sessions and solution-oriented workshops. WWDC 2010 will be an opportunity for members of a diverse community to connect with thousands of other iPhone, iPad and Mac developers from around the world.
Among the sessions offered as part of the five technological axes highlighted this year, are:
Application frameworks: implementation of notifications in local and push modes; make your application future proof; understanding of the foundations; fundamental new features of diPhone OS 4; advanced Cocoa text advice and tips; API design for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch; advance gesture recognition; integration of advertising spots with iAd; development of a personalized pilot user experience per server; use of Core Location within iPhone OS 4; integration of calendars with Event Kit.
Internet & Web: deliver audio and video content using web standards; make the most of Safari's integrated development tools; use local HTML5 data storage; add touch capability and gesture detection of web pages on iPhone OS; creation of information graphics using standard web technologies.
Graphics & multimedia: optimization of OpenGL ES; shadow creation and advanced rendering with OpenGL ES; overview of OpenGL ES for iPhone OS; OpenGL for Mac OS X; design and development of games for iPhone OS; presentation of Game Center; configuration of games on Game Center; Game Center techniques; Core Animation in practice; discovery of AV Foundation; multimedia content editing with AV Foundation; advances of HTTP Live Streaming.
Development tools: overview of development tools; application design with Interface Builder; efficient programming with Objective-C on iPhone OS; mastering Core Data; Objective-C advanced and techniques of “garbage collection; advance performance analysis with Instruments; master Xcode for iPhone development; adoption of multitasking mode on iPhone OS.
Core OS: network applications for iPhone OS; Core OS networking; creation of safe applications; development of applications working with iPhone OS accessories; drivers for I / O devices for Mac OS X; simplification of network creation with Bonjour.
In addition, the names of the ten winners of the Apple Design Awards (five winners for iPad and five for iPhone) will be announced during WWDC 2010. No process is required to participate: the winners will be selected on the App Store according to design criteria, technical excellence, innovation, quality, technology adoption and performance.
To register and view the details of the program, visit the Apple WWDC 2010 conference website at developer.apple.com/wwdc.
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