One of the most dreaded bugs in Android is a memory leak. They are nasty because one piece of code causes an issue and in some other piece of code, your application crashes. The general rules of causality are violated. My adventure begins in the Android Developer console’s Application Error Reports section, there I found […]Read more "Fixing an Android Memory Leak"
I will be teaming up with the good people at AppDev on September 26th to do a free jQuery Mobile Quick Start webcast. Here is the official description: The mobile web is one of the fastest growing segments of the Internet, but where do you start? With jQuery Mobile of course. jQuery Mobile is a […]Read more "Free jQuery Mobile Quick Start Webcast"
If you live any where in the Southern California area, get ready! So Cal Code Camp is coming October 13th & 14th from the beautiful campus of the University of Southern California. If you are any level developer this is the event for you. Lots of sessions, from top notch speakers including me. Best of […]Read more "So Cal Code Camp @ USC"
There is a PhoneGap version of this tutorial at: PhoneGap Version One of the reasons that I like jQuery Mobile (JQM) is that it is a framework and not a straight-jacket. Anything not provided by jQuery or jQuery Mobile can simply be created regular using HTML. Which brings me to the HTML5 canvas object. It […]Read more "jQuery Mobile, HTML5 Canvas, & Touch-based Drawing"
I will be giving a presentation titled: jQuery Mobile, Backbone, and ASP.NET MVC – A Framework for Making Mobile Web Applications, to the fine people of the Inland Empire .NET User’s Group on Tuesday, September 11th. If you are a .NET programmer looking for a good introduction to the mobile web, this is the presentation for […]Read more "jQuery Mobile and the Inland Empire .NET User’s Group"