Once again, we’re being supported by some awesome developers. They’ve been working hard on coding our re:publica apps.
Thanks to the great work done by OpenDataCity (ODC) on their re:data interface, the app developers were able to pull all re:publica conference raw data that we provide in JSON format. Technical details can be found here. We had several developers rise to the occasion again and snap up the #rpEurope data to create really useful iOS and Android apps for all re:publica attendees. Give them a try and see which one is the best fit for you:
re:publica Europe was developed by Thomas 'toto' Kollbach. The app is available in German and English and has also been optimised for iPads. Particularly useful: it can link to your Apple Watch, so you can access all the important information straight from your wrist. Available offline data ensures that you won't miss any talks due to (occasionally) flaky Wi-Fi. Favourites and special memories can be configured via iCloud. Videos and conference live-streams can also be viewed in the app.
re:publica App: iOS 9.0 and higher, for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
re:publica Europe 2017 was developed by Hannes Küttner. The app provides you with a clear overview of all the sessions and speakers attending the conference. In the conference planner, you can easily mark your favourites and start mapping out your re:publica experience. You can receive notifications for all sessions in your personal schedule. It includes a calendar view, a map of the venue with the stages and any and all recent re:publica Europe 2017 news. The app features a beautiful design with a range of selectable themes. Use it to enjoy the conference and always stay informed and organized – thanks to offline functionality the app works flawlessly even without internet.
Android App: Android 4.0.3 or higher
Conferience is a web-app designed to engage your audience at any kind of event, facilitating direct interaction among organisers, presenters, and researchers. It’s ideal for any kind of event such as lectures, presentations, conferences, trade shows, polling, training courses, seminars, focus groups, research and internal (corporate executive) meetings.