See the finished post is here.I am currently working my next post which is calling the Twitter API v1.1 from PhoneGap/Cordova. I just got the code executing, but I still need to do some clean up. This post is only a preview. In addition to PhoneGap, I also use the following open source packages: jQuery, […]Read more "Calling Twitter API v1.1 from PhoneGap (preview)"
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"
Beginning HTML5 Mobile Game Programming HTML5 is the hottest buzzword on the web. It gives a lot of new features to websites, so many in fact that it makes it possible to create a fairly decent game in the browser without using a proprietary solution like Flash. Now, we aren’t talking about a sequel to […]Read more "2013 – Code Camp – San Diego – Sessions"
There comes a point in every developer’s life where they must make the leap: from small trivial apps to something more substantial. It is usually at this point where they realize that the old way of doing things no longer cuts it. A web app wired together with links is not only hard to understand, […]Read more "JQM Backbone, part 1: The Router"
Here is an easy to follow jQuery Mobile tutorial, for those of us that love the power and ease of ASP.NET MVC. It is a simple contact management program. It uses a RESTful interface on the back-end and the latest version of jQuery Mobile, 1.3.0 on the front. I will complete this post later in […]Read more "JQM Contacts – A jQuery Mobile, Backbone.js & ASP.NET MVC Demo Program"
As many of you know, I am a fan of Backbone.js. In fact, it has been the subject of talks that I have given recently. After the talks, people often ask for more references on backbone, but other than a few websites, there wasn’t much available. But now there is and it is free! Backbone […]Read more "Free Backbone.js Book"
I would like to thank all of the people who attended my talk in Las Vegas on June 28, 2012, to the dot Net Group. All of the source code is currently on GitHub at: JQMContacts. The slides are at: SlideShare.net/RocknCoder. Also, if you attended please take the time to rate my talk at SpeakerRate. Helpful feedback […]Read more "jQuery Mobile, Backbone, ASP.NET MVC, and Las Vegas"