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Crafting Native Looking iOS Apps with HTML, Backbone.js, and PhoneGap

If you just want to try the application in your browser, click here. The data is based on Dwight’s original org chart :) I’ve been blogging a lot about Backbone.js recently. Backbone.js is a lightweight architectural framework that brings structure to your Web applications. Backbone is not, however, a user interface framework that helps you […]

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jQuery Mobile "Getting Started" Application

A couple of weeks ago, I shared an Employee Directory sample application built with jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap. That application was implemented “Ajax-style”, keeping the UI and the data access code cleanly separated. In other words: no server code intermingled in the HTML markup. A number of people have asked for a similar example using […]

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MobileTrader for iOS, Android, and PlayBook: Source code now available on GitHub

I made some changes to the MobileTrader application and took the opportunity to push the source code to GitHub. You can get it here: https://github.com/ccoenraets/MobileTrader This version was built with the shipping version of Flex and Flash Builder 4.5.1 which has built-in support for iOS, Android and the BlackBerry PlayBook. The most notable change in […]

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Flex Charts on the iPad

I continue to see a lot of interest for dashboards applications on mobile devices (particularly on tablets), and I think that interactive data visualization applications are really a sweet spot for Flex. As an example, I built a simple dashboard aggregator using the out-of-the box charting components available in Flex. The same application can run […]

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