Handlebars.js is one of my favorite templating engines. One of the biggest reason for that is because it is usable both on the client and server sides. While the client-side is pretty familiar, the server-side has its challenges, not the least of which is there is no DOM. Having no DOM means that some convenient […]Read more "Quick and Dirty Server Side Select Helper for Handlebars,js"
It is nearly time for my absolute favorite dev event of the year – So Cal Code Camp @USC Los Angeles – November 9th and 10th. There is no place else where being a nerd is so much fun. Last year’s event was amazing. I did the full weekend, Saturday, Sunday, the speaker’s dinner Friday […]Read more "So Cal Code Camp – USC Los Angeles (11/9 & 11/10)"
Build a calculator in less than 300 lines Even though PhoneGap has been around for nearly four years, it is the source of a great deal of confusion by many who have not work with the framework. In order to clear up some of the confusion, I have written this short document. What is PhoneGap? […]Read more "PhoneGap Explained in 5 Minutes"
I will be doing a presentation on developing mobile apps using a sweet combination of PhoneGap and Backbone. The code should work on all of PhoneGap’s wide variety of devices, but I have only validated it against iOS and Android. HTML5 at one point held the promise of being the unifying platform for desktop and […]Read more "PhoneGap and Backbone in the OC"
Want to build your own HTML5 game? Have some starter code. Here are the links to the code and slides for my Beginning HTML5 Mobile Programming. The Source Code: https://github.com/Rockncoder/JQMGame The Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/rockncoder/html5-games-24651644Read more "Beginning HTML5 Mobile Game Programming – Silicon Valley Code Camp 2013"