I am only going to do two talks this year for So Cal Code Camp @ UC San Diego. The event will be held the weekend of June 28th and 29th in beautiful San Diego. Even if you are not local, I can’t think of a better reason for a So Cal vacation. Remember, this […]Read more "Mobile Game Development Talks at So Cal Code Camp"
In my next post I will show how to make the Twitter API v1.1 client run on Windows Phone 8. Once again we will use ChocolateChip-UI to get that great WP8 look and feel. Porting this will be so easy it make you wonder why you haven’t ported all of your PhoneGap apps to WP8. […]Read more "PREVIEW: WP8, PhoneGap 3.0+ and Twitter API 1.1 – part 1.5: User Timelines"
HTML5 and CSS3 are full of lots of sweet features. But it can be tricky to determine which features your device supports. Luckily there are sites out there which will report on the features your device support. To test HTML5 features, there is the appropriately named, HTML5Test.com and for CSS3, there is the equally appropriately named, CSS3Test.com. Back […]Read more "HTML5, CSS3 Test Redux"
I want to say right from the beginning that I don’t have an agenda. I was very reluctant to write this post. My blog is normally about development, not about ranting, but I have an issue that no one else seemed to be having with the new iPhone 5. I am not a fan boy or […]Read more "My iPhone 5 Nightmare"