Christiane Goebels


As mobile devices become more and more diverse and ubiquitous, but network connections still cannot be relied on at all times, a new challenge arises for all those who are developing web applications: What if your user gets disconnected from the internet? How will your applications react? Will they just fail showing an error, or will they still be usable? What does it take to make a web application offline-proof? This talk will give insight into proven user experience patterns, how to solve issues like caching files and storing data offline, as well as into current technical limitations.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Christiane Goebels

Team Architect SAP GRC Assistance App - SAP SE

Christiane Goebels has been in web development for more than 14 years. She has started her career at SAP, led her own internet agency from 2005 through 2010 and returned to SAP as Senior Developer for the JavaScript Framework SAPUI5/OpenUI5 in 2012, where she has been one of the drivers behind open sourcing the framework. Her book on SAPUI5 was recently published by Rheinwerk Publishing, Inc / SAP Press. She is now software architect for Fiori applications for SAP GRC.

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