In order to maximize our time together for learning the MEAN stack, please take care of the following before the workshop. The total time to install of the software should be less than an hour. If you have question please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Install a web development IDE For the workshop I will […]Read more "Preparing for the MEAN Stack Workshop"
PhoneGap is Adobe’s free cross-platform hybrid mobile app framework. It allows you to use the web technologies that you know and love to build mobile apps. Like many open source projects PhoneGap can be a bit of a pain to get started since it also relies on other open source frameworks. If you only want to […]Read more "Getting Going with PhoneGap"
One of the challenges of writing a mobile web site is what to do if a user hits the site from a desktop? Of course, some will say that you should simply make the site responsive, able to look good regardless of the browse it is displayed on. But what if the site is a […]Read more "Mobile Device Detection and Redirection in Node+Express"
Handlebars.js is one of my favorite templating engines. One of the biggest reason for that is because it is usable both on the client and server sides. While the client-side is pretty familiar, the server-side has its challenges, not the least of which is there is no DOM. Having no DOM means that some convenient […]Read more "Quick and Dirty Server Side Select Helper for Handlebars,js"
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"
Source Code on GitHub For the last few months I have been getting into Kendo UI. Normally I am not a fan of other people’s UI frameworks, but I like the job Telerik has done with this package and I hate writing plumbing code. I mean how many times do you want to write a […]Read more "Node, Express, and Kendo UI"
INTRODUCTION Heroku is a fantastic service which is perfect for cowboy developers like myself. “What so perfect?”, you ask. Its supports a lot of languages, it is well implemented, and most of all for low levels of usage, it is free. Now before you go crazy, there is a limit to how much free time […]Read more "Node Development using Windows, WebStorm, and Heroku"