Monthly Archives: April 2012

Andrew Lunny, “Anatomy of an App”, Adobe / PhoneGap

Notes from Andrew Lunny’s talk, “Anatomy of an App”, Adobe/PhoneGap “Native versus HTML5” is not the distinction you should worry about. “Is your App a citizen or a tourist?” Is your App a jerk or a non-jerk? Citizens are responsible, … Continue reading

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Peter Lubbers, “Connectivity features of HTML5”, DevCon5

Notes from Peter Lubbers’s talk, “Connectivity features of HTML5”, DevCon5 [He’s the guy with the ‘HTML5’ license plate in California] Peter shows a very cool demo of impress.js being controlled live using websockets from his phone to the presentation machine. … Continue reading

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birdwalker.com and the difference between Apps and Websites

For my first six months of working at Mozilla on our Apps ecosystem, I would tell everyone that HTML5 developers should have an easy time getting their stuff into our Marketplace, because “it’s just the web”. And there are lots … Continue reading

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