In the first part of this series I started working on the calculator. Now that I have had a taste of Titanium, it was time to dig in and make the calculator functional. The KeyPad I began by looking at the KeyPad. Currently it only returns a view. What I really need is too pass […]Read more "Titanium Second Look and Finished Calculator"
My good friend Chander Dhall, has asked me to fill in for him on Monday, January 14th, in front of the Meetup group, HTML5/Node.js Los Angeles. The title of the presentation is, Introduction to Node.js. I am really excited to do this talk, as you might guess by some of my posts, I am a […]Read more "Introduction to Node.js Talk"
A big thanks to all of the people who attended my four sessions Saturday and Sunday. It is always humbling to see a standing room only crowd listening to me speak. If you haven’t done so already: please rate my talks. Here is the link to my speakerrate profile. All of the slides to all […]Read more "SoCal Code Camp LA 2012 Wrap Up"
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"
The Plot Chart Numeric data quickly becomes difficult for us humans to understand. Once the number of rows or columns in a table passes two or three, the meaning quickly becomes harder to grasp. The easiest way to give meaning to numeric data is to display it as a chart. Unfortunately jQuery Mobile doesn’t have […]Read more "jQuery Mobile Charts"
The skeleton on Windows Phone 7, iOS, and Android Most modern IDEs include templates, a way to begin a new project without having to write all of the code from scratch. In order to speed up and standardize my jQuery Mobile development, I created a skeleton. The skeleton serves the same purpose as a template […]Read more "jQuery Mobile Skeleton App"