December 2011


Installing PhoneGap & Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone

Phonegap’s Jesse MacFadyen posted some great news and good info for web developers who want to build for Windows Phone. Be sure to watch the video embedded in the blog entry for installation information. The problem is that the video is the only clear source of information because Jesse’s blog item…

PhoneGap for Windows Phone Dissected

more or less points back to the PhoneGap blog item…

PhoneGap for Windows Phone: Getting Started

which in turn points back to Jesse’s blog item. The problem is compounded because, as Jesse points out in his blog, the PhoneGap download link currently points to an older release [Note the download link pointed to a version 1.3 when I checked but it appeared to be a different release from the one on github]. The current release is on github. So, here’s a list of links that gets you the downloads.
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Control a Mac or Windows PC with free LogMeIn for iPad (or any other iOS device) app

I couldn’t quite believe this item on GigaOm was true. But, a pair of downloads and a quick test proved me wrong.

LogMeIn provides free remote Mac access from iOS devices

Here’s what I did:
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Testing 1 2 3: HTML5 podcast web player

Just testing Podbean’s HTML5 embedded podcast player.




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Skitch for iPad available for free from Evernote

Evernote bought image annotation app maker Skitch earlier this year. The app, which started off for Mac OS X, was ported to Android. Now, it is available for the iPad and priced right – free.

Skitch for iPad is Here!

Skitch lets you share annotated images via email, Twitter or AirPlay.

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Podcast 54: Sencha Touch mobile web app development discussion

In MobileViews podcast 54 Todd Ogasawara speaks with the Senior Director of Product Management at Sencha, Aditya Bansod. about the firm’s web app development products: Sencha Touch, Sencha Touch Charts, Sencha.io and more.

You can find the article based on this discussion on Inside Mobile Apps: Sencha Touch 2 Makes Web Apps Into Native Apps in One Line of Code

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Podcast 53: PBS Kids Augmented Reality app, Fetch Lunch Rush, development team

In this podcast, I speak with Jeremy Roberts (Director of Technology, PBS KIDS Interactive), Laura Nooney (Senior Interactive Producer, WGBH Interactive), Kit Buckley (Senior Developer, WGBH Interactive), and Dave Peth (Senior Producer, WGBH Interactive) about an iPhone app that uses Augmented Reality to help children learn math. You can find an article based on this conversation on Inside Mobile Apps (linked below).

PBS Kids, WGBH’ New Augmented Reality Math App Gets Kids Moving

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