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Jasig is pleased to announce uMobile's promotion from incubation to become a Jasig Sponsored Project. uMobile will join uPortal, Central Authentication Service (CAS), and Bedework as a fully sponsored project. Jasig wishes to congratulate the uMobile project developers, implementors, and participants on having successfully completed Jasig's project incubation process. There are multiple flavors of uMobile implementation, some browser-based and some including native apps. Jasig welcomes Oakland University as the first adopter of the uMobile native iOS application, which is published in the iTunes App Store as MySail. Ohio University, University Pierre and Marie Curie - Sorbonne University, University of Normandie (Rouen, Caen, Le Havre) and University of La Rochelle have deployed browser-based uMobile. uMobile is an open source initiative designed to bring campus applications, content, and data to mobile devices. uMobile's next generation enterprise framework enables higher education institutions to present role-based, personalized content to their constituents. The project provides a native app for iPhoneâ„¢ and Android devices, as well as browser-based content for other smartphones. uMobile enables a single code base to provide both browser-based and native-app functionality, allowing institutions to produce mobile applications in a familiar environment. Learn more at www.jasig.org/umobile. Jim Helwig Member of the uMobile Working Group ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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Jasig is pleased to announce uMobile's promotion from incubation to become a Jasig Sponsored Project. uMobile will join uPortal, Central Authentication Service (CAS), and Bedework as a fully sponsored project. Jasig wishes to congratulate the uMobile project developers, implementors, and participants on having successfully completed Jasig's project incubation process. There are multiple flavors of uMobile implementation, some browser-based and some including native apps. Jasig welcomes Oakland University as the first adopter of the uMobile native iOS application, which is published in the iTunes App Store as MySail. Ohio University, University Pierre and Marie Curie - Sorbonne University, University of Normandie (Rouen, Caen, Le Havre) and University of La Rochelle have deployed browser-based uMobile. uMobile is an open source initiative designed to bring campus applications, content, and data to mobile devices. uMobile's next generation enterprise framework enables higher education institutions to present role-based, personalized content to their constituents. The project provides a native app for iPhone™ and Android devices, as well as browser-based content for other smartphones. uMobile enables a single code base to provide both browser-based and native-app functionality, allowing institutions to produce mobile applications in a familiar environment. Learn more at www.jasig.org/umobile. Jim Helwig Member of the uMobile Working Group ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.