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Tech After Dark - Mobile Web Development - August 27-29
url: http://devproconnections.com/tech-after-dark-mobile-web-development In the busy world of development, you barely have time to learn something new because you’re so busy dealing with the technology you’ve already got. Wouldn’t it be great to take...
jQuery Mobile Advanced - More jQuery Mobile and jQuery Mobile Themes
The second two of my three article series on jQuery Mobile have been posted to the MSDN Magazine Script Junkie Site. I hope that they are helpful to you. Article 2: More jQuery Mobile There’s no doubt that mobile Web applications are here to stay. As...
eLearning event on HTML5 for Mobile with jQuery Mobile - May 17
I'll be doing an eLearning event on HTML5 for Mobile with jQuery Mobile . There will also be a few items sprinkled in on ASP.NET Razor. Mobile development is a hot item. Customers are buying iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and many other mobile computing...
eLearning event on HTML5 for Mobile with jQuery Mobile
I'll be doing an eLearning event on HTML5 for Mobile with jQuery Mobile . There will also be a few items sprinkled in on ASP.NET Razor. Mobile development is a hot item. Customers are buying iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and many other mobile computing...
Learn iPhone Programming for Free with Wrox, Novell, and McClure
Are you a .NET Developer wanting to get into developing on the Apple iPhone and iPad? Learn iPhone Programming for Free with Wrox, Novell, and McClure. Wrox/Wiley has released Wallace McClure’s Wrox Blox on Novell’s MonoTouch for free. The MonoTouch Wrox...
The iPhone 20 second rule
If you didn't know it, the iPhone has two twenty second rules that developers need to pay attention to: The iPhone has a startup timer. If an application takes longer than 20 seconds to start up, it is killed by the iPhone OS. The iPhone OS will kill...
Safari and WebKit Development for iPhone OS 3.0
I bought this book a few weeks ago. I've been reading it and trying to absorb the features in the iPhone's version of Safari. I'm impressed. This book contains a huge amount of information about Safari on the iPhone. So, why is this important when you...
Opening another application on the iPhone using NSUrl
The NSUrl class is what allows an application to open other applications within the iPhone OS while passing parameters. The calling sequence is fairly simple. There are two steps to making this call: 1. When the NSUrl class is instantiated, a string representing...
UIPicker in the iPhone with MonoTouch
The UIPicker is visually different than the drop down listbox that most .NET developers are familiar, however, it is designed to perform the same type of function. It allows users to select from a fixed set of data isntead of typing in data in a text...
The Mono / MonoTouch Soft Debugger
Honestly, I thought that it was really cool when the Novell guys put a soft debugger into Mono/MonoTouch so that it is possible to debug an application running on the iPhone Simulator or on the actual device. Basically, its a set of code inside of MonoTouch...
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