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"
Part 2 of this series is at: jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own Here’s your scenario: you are creating the splash page for an HTML5 mobile game. While you are loading resources, you display a wait spinner and a text message. This all works well except for when people have really fast internet connections – […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend"
I will be presenting two workshops in the month of September each covering a technology which is near and dear to my heart: jQuery Mobile and Google Maps. Each of these workshops will be hosted by the good folks at the South Bay Mobile User Group. jQuery Mobile Deep Dive On Saturday, September 7th, […]Read more "jQuery Mobile Workshop"
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"
On Wednesday, July 17th, at 7 PM, I will be giving a talk on Responsive Design using jQuery Mobile to the good folks at jQuery-LA. This is a great group and I hope to make this a very interesting talk. So please come out and join us. The talk synopsis is below: “Mobile First!”, is […]Read more "Responsive Design and jQuery Mobile"
The Video The Slides Beginning HTML5 Mobile Game Programming with jQuery Mobile from Troy MilesRead more "Beginning HTML5 Mobile Game Programming Session #1"
I will be heading down to my old stomping grounds of San Diego on Tuesday, May 7th to talk about jQuery Mobile and ASP.NET. If you are a dot net dev and you want to get into developing for the mobile web, this talk is a great place to start. So please bring yourself and your questions. […]Read more "San Diego and jQuery Mobile"