Let’s learn how to start building mobile apps with the Ionic Framework. If you aren’t hip to Ionic, don’t worry. It is a relatively new framework. At the time this post was written the current version is: 1.0.0 beta 13, not quite release version, but pretty close. Ionic comes to us from a cool company […]Read more "Getting Started Building Mobile Apps with the Ionic Framework"
I am only going to do two talks this year for So Cal Code Camp @ UC San Diego. The event will be held the weekend of June 28th and 29th in beautiful San Diego. Even if you are not local, I can’t think of a better reason for a So Cal vacation. Remember, this […]Read more "Mobile Game Development Talks at So Cal Code Camp"
Getting started as an Android developer can be a bit confusing. Unlike developing for iOS or Windows Phone, Android developers have lots of choices. We can choose our development o/s: Windows, Mac, or Linux. We can choose our IDE: Eclipse, Intellij, or the new Android Studio. We can even choose our device emulators: stick with […]Read more "Getting Started with Android Development in 2015 – Windows Version"
A complete demo application is on my GitHub account at: https://github.com/Rockncoder/WebView Android’s WebViews are pretty easy to use with the notable exception of the WebChromeClient’s onCreateWindow. It is called when the webview would like the host application to create a new window. And new is the key. If you don’t create a new webview, the […]Read more "Understanding Android’s WebChromeClient onCreateWindow Method"
Android is the hottest operating system on the planet, but it can be a pain to get up and going with it. You have to install Java, an IDE, the ADT, a bunch of SDKs, and emulators. Even once you get all that installed, getting an app working and then deploying it to the Google […]Read more "Beginning Android Class in SoCal"