Want an easy PhoneGap app? Check out this post.In a previous post I showed how to use Twitter’s application-only authentication to gain access to a user’s timeline via API version 1.1. Now it is time to show some love to my PhoneGap friends as well. Here is the complete code to access a user’s timeline. […]Read more "PhoneGap 3.0+ and Twitter API 1.1 – part 1: User Timelines"
In my last post, jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend, I gave a quick overview of what a deferred object is and how to use it. This time let’s go a bit deeper and explore creating your own deferred object for a much more practical use – asynchronous downloading and processing of audio files.One of […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own"
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)"
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"
The source code The slides for the talk “Mobile First!”, is the new cry of web designers worldwide. But how do you do it? Do you have to scrap all of your current web skills? Is it magic created by wizard-like designers which could never be understood by mere mortals? Believe it or not with […]Read more "Responsive Design and jQuery Mobile"
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"