It’s been a while since our last post on the barn – so here’s a bit of a longer post than usual to make up for it.. Storyboarding makes it possible to quickly and easily build user interfaces for iOS (both iPhone and iPad) allowing you to get a feel for how your prospective app [...]
jQuery and jQuery mobile are not the only frameworks I needed for my app. To let my custom code access and use device specific technologies I was reliant on the PhoneGap framework. I needed to use four PhoneGap services: to determine the current position, to check for network connection, to access local storage and to [...]
Just a quick post to say that Boagworld for iOS (which we’ve covered previously) has been approved into the App Store and can be downloaded here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/boagworld-for-ios/id557852866?ls=1&mt=8 We’d love to hear your thoughts – feel free to let us know in the comments.
I’ve been interested in using media queries for more than just horizontal scaling since I first experimented with vertical media queries a couple of years ago while redesigning the EDF website. I recently wrote bit more about what I’d learned for Tim Kadlec’s excellent Implementing Responsive Design book, you can read my contribution on Boagworld.
Boagworld has a pretty technically knowledgeable audience – readers/listeners are generally web designers, or invested in websites to some respect. This means they’re pretty likely to have a smartphone / tablet of sorts – as such we felt it would be useful to have a mobile application for Boagworld As mentioned by Craig in [...]
As we all know we all need an app (ok that may not have been the thrust of Robs argument but we all know it’s true ;-)). Boagworld has been conspicuous in its absence from the App Store… but no longer (well we’re in beta at least). With a rough aim to coincide with the [...]
To build a mobile CMS that can be expanded over time it was important to build on solid foundations so that future development could become effortless. We needed a Web API that could hook up to our existing client databases, all of which have slight DB schema variations tailored to their individual needs, and respond [...]
When making the decision as to which technology to use to develop Headscape’s new Mobile CMS app there were a number of things to consider. Who are the audience? What is this general mobile behaviour? What are the use cases for our app? In this case our audience are the website owners and editors of [...]