Just found this interesting video when searching through IDE’s in googleHello World Hello Meme IDE from Meme Apps on Vimeo. Joe Gregory has been working on a new IDE for Windows Mobile , Android and Apple IOS .
The IDE is named as “MEME IDE”...
It's now time to work on the actual upload mechanism for the application. It still relies on OAuth, but as it was shown in the previous article, the foundation for it is already created.The first thing that I did is create the Upload method - the one that...
These days I am working on Silverlight and creating Custom controls
which would be re-usable in another projects. And when you set out to
write re-usable Silverlight controls, Silverlight toolkit is the best
code to look up to.
XCode 4 is a radically subtle re-think of the XCode interface. The
biggest changes are the switch to a single view as well as the overall
workflow for running and deploying apps to the App Store.
Here are some of my favorite improvements over XCode 3.
Time to get further with OAuth, and now it gets a little bit more
complicated because we'll have to deal with request signing (which might
be a headache for some beginners). As I showed in my previous article, we already have the token and the secret needed...
There are cases when it is necessary to track the outgoing and incoming traffic related to Android applications. However, Android as a platform is not really friendly towards this kind of operations. The most common way I am analyzing the traffic that is...
For my first video in this series, I'll show you how to take an idea
from one of Adobe's design tools (Fireworks) to a working prototype
using Flash Catalyst Flash Catalyst for Mobile Development from Terry Ryan on Vimeo.
It’s time to go on with this series, at this point we know the basic
principles of MVVM and we have a set of base classes and interfaces we
can use. We need to put it in action and see how we can implement the
View and the ViewModel and how we can tie...
When I develop Windows Phone 7 apps I use a lot of online and offline
resources to learn best practices, tips and tricks from other
developers. Why use a lot of time figuring out how to do things that
already have been done. This post is a collection of...
Here is a hack of the month. Jeremiah is probably my favoriate
Silverlight Prodagy and he has done it again with this wonderful hack,
'Use Native/Desktop CLR Without COM Registration' I like the first line,
"WARNING: Information and code here can...
I'm starting up new little series entitled "Holy Crap, I'm a Mobile
Developer." The idea is that somewhere along the way I developed the
ability to build applications for mobile devices, specifically Android.
Sadly I can't take any credit for...
A few months I described how I handled the encoding bug of the WebBrowser control in WP7.
Unfortunately it was not just a problem with the “smart quotes” but
also with all non western characters, and the naïve solution to the
problem caused a...