A few weeks back Ryan Stewart posted on his idea for PhoneGap Starter projects. They were designed to take some of the grief out of getting started with various aspects of PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build projects. I’ve contributed a project based on one of pet peeves with PhoneGap Build: the lack of productivity.
Most applications save and read data. That can be just something as simple as a counter, the users credentials, or game high score.
So there you were, squealing, “Daddy, I want a Pony for my debugging!” Now look what those super helpful folks over at Square have come up with for you.
The HTML5 specifications change from time to time and those changes can break your code. In this post, I wrote about a positive change in the specification regarding the use of blobs.
In this article I will talk about the Notification feature of Cordova or PhoneGap in Window Phone. Notification has alert, confirm, beep and vibrate methods.
In this article I will show you how to detect Network availability and Network type in Windows Phone using PhoneGap.
Missed this years Fluent Conference in San Francisco? Then this amazing video compilation is probably for you.
"Using CoffeeScript with jQuery is especially elegant" -Alex MacCaw. Find out why he said that by reading this article...
Are you using PhoneGap/Apache Cordova for iOS development? If so, you’ll definitely want to pay attention to the upcoming PhoneGap 2.1 release.
The Build API is real simple so I assumed my code would also be pretty simple. It was... at first.
Today we made up my mind to develop something really interesting and useful for you. A new jQuery plugin – as a generator of books.
Although I haven’t committed many changes to App-UI recently, I’ve been evaluating different types of visual effects and thinking through options for making App-UI more configurable. Recently I stumbled across OriDomi, a toolkit that easily provides the ability to fold UI elements as though they were made of paper.
Whether you like it or not, the web platform has become the dominant client-side technology. This fact is so obvious that even Microsoft and Adobe have abandoned their solutions in favor of the web.
Typography is a very important part of Web Design. But it is also often neglected. In this article, I have compiled the most awesome jQuery plugin to take total control of your site typography.
Here’s one task related to the tree data structure. Given two nodes, can you find their lowest common ancestor? As a matter of fact, this task always has a proper solution because at least the root node is always a common ancestor of all pairs of nodes. However, here the task is to find the lowest one, which can be quite far from the root.
HTML5 allows a user to preview an image before it is uploaded to the server. In a typical web environment, the image needs to adhere to a certain width to height ratio to fit in a particular slot.
I have recently watched an interview with DHH about his opinions on Single Page Applications. DHH was explaining why they don't go the SPA way with their new 37Signals applications.
The HTML5 Messaging API enables HTML5 pages to send messages to each other, even if the pages are not loaded from the same domain (e.g. www.jenkov.com and www.scriptdraw.com).
Need a starting reference? Or maybe you just need the final piece to your developer puzzle... No matter where you are in your project, this list of links is just what you need!Spring
This article is a tutorial and includes a demo. Check out the demo before you get started learning the technical details of how to convert an image to HTML5 Canvas.
Using Spring Security with Vaadin needs a little work. In this article, I will show you how you can adapt your Vaadin application to play nice with Spring Security.
Yes, this posts talks about my implementation of a cluster strategy that animates clusters when changing the zoom level.