JSFoo 2014

JavaScript as the centerpiece of a complex web stack

Manohar Simons


Any screen native apps using JavaScript

Submitted Aug 10, 2014

Learn how to rapidly develop native apps for multiple platforms and devices using JavaScript.


In today’s tech landscape users need access to their data irrespective of the platform or device they carry. Buiding native apps for multiple platforms and devices can be time consuming and expensive. Developers have to deal with creating multiple clones of the same business logic in multiple languages to make this possible.

Javascript provides an easy way to port your business logic that can be shared across multiple devices, thereby reducing cost, reducing time to market and improving developer productivity.


Intermediate knowledge of JavaScript. Some knowledge of native app/desktop development.

Speaker bio

Vivek P
Vivek is a developer at Intuit. He graduated in Computer Science from PESIT in 2013. He works on the Windows Universal App(Tablet and Phone) for Mint(A personal Finance Management app widely used in US and Canada).

Manohar Simons
Manohar Simons is a developer at Intuit. Over the last 10 years he has worked on Desktop, Web and Mobile applications in the .NET domain. When not coding he either publish apps or pursues his interest in Machine Learning.


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