I’ll be speaking at a few conferences in the next few months on PhoneGap and web standards-based development. Here are just a few, with some more pending. Be sure to come check one out (or all of them)! RIACON www.riacon.com WHERE: Washington, DC WHEN: Aug 6-7, 2012 Where architects and developers of all levels come […]
Last week I posted on the PhoneGap blog “Questions And Myths About PhoneGap“. It has a bunch of content, and if you’ve been wondering/ questioning the use of PhoneGap, you should definitely check it out. It covers: What is the difference between PhoneGap and Apache Cordova? Why is the PhoneGap Roadmap so short? How much does a […]
I’ve been working on lots of different projects lately. On several of them, I’ve had the need for a reusable list component. In some cases, it needed to handle a large data set, in others it just needed to be self-contained and easy to use. Out of these projects came MegaList: a reusable list […]
The Fresh Food Finder is an open source mobile application built using PhoneGap (Apache Cordova) that helps users locate local farmers markets that are registered with the FDA. You can search for specific markets, or find the closest markets to your current location. Check out the video below to see it in action: It […]
If you’ve ever used a Windows Phone device’s web browser, then you have probably noticed the gray highlight that the Windows Phone browser puts on top of the HTML content any time that you click on a link. For static web pages, this isn’t a big deal. It indicates that you have clicked on an […]
Yesterday Raymond Camden and I hosted an open session on PhoneGap. It was an opportunity for the community (you) to ask us questions. There was a great turnout, and we’ll likely be hosting another one of these sessions in the near future. Thanks to everyone who attended! Check these links to see the full Q&A […]
There is an article floating around the web today, warning against “Shell Apps” and tools like PhoneGap. The logic in this article has a few arguments that are misleading, and I’d like to introduce some counter arguments as they relate to PhoneGap and HTML experiences for comparison. The “Silver Bullet” First, the “Silver Bullet” argument… I have […]
Curious about PhoneGap? Have questions? Tomorrow, fellow Adobe Evangelist Ray Camden and I are hosting a 2 hour Adobe Connect session on PhoneGap. This will be an open session for your questions, not a presentation. The Connect URL is: http://my.adobeconnect.com/adobehtml. The date/time is Tuesday 2PM EST to 4PM EST (11AM PST to 1PM PST).