On Saturday, August 16th, I will be teaching a Beginning AngularJS class at the ITT Technical Institute in Torrance California. Thanks to some corporate sponsors, we are able to charge only $89 for a full day class. What is AngularJS? It is an amazing client side MVC framework, sponsored by Google, which makes web apps easier […]Read more "Beginning AngularJS Class in Los Angeles"
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"
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"
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"
I’ve been playing around with Code School this week and I have to admit it is awesome. It is cool way to learn coding. You watch a video then do exercises to cement the knowledge in your head. The work is all done in the browser which allows the Code School to monitor your progress […]Read more "Code School Review"
Now updated to jQuery Mobile version 1.3.1 and jQuery version 2.0.3.One the tougher things to deal with in mobile development is the lack of screen real estate. Every mobile device, even those with the biggest screens could use some more screen space. The Slide PanelThe Slide Panel’s paradigm is simple. A small bit of the UI, […]Read more "Slide Panel – A jQuery (Mobile) Plugin"
A colleague sent me this link and I found it hilarious. You can never have enough jQuery. Check it out: http://www.doxdesk.com/img/updates/20091116-so-large.gifLet me know what you think.Read more "Not Enough jQuery"