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EmbedJS 0.2 and AMD

During JSConf.eu, we released EmbedJS 0.2. That release was mainly about a fundamental architectural change: the move to the AMD pattern for our features. Let me explain why we decided to do this, why we think this is a big step forward and what this means for the user.

Explaining EmbedJS

Last week, we tagged the current state of EmbedJS 0.1. This is a large step for us, and something we have been waiting for and wanting to do for a long time. And with doing so, the need arises to answer a lot of questions – and we better start sooner than later. So, here […]

BarCamp Munich 2010 – seen through JavaScript and mobile eyes

First and foremost big thanks to the organizers and sponsors of this awesome BarCamp. It almost seems as if BarCamps have already passed their tipping point, but still every time I discover new and interesting things, I meet people who attend for the first time and are excited about it, which makes it really awesome […]

Forgotten tricks for iPhones Safari

Safari om the iPhone is an incredible powerful browser and comes with a whole bunch of features. Besides the amazing support for CSS3, a superfast rendering engine and great JavaScript support, there are a few hidden gems I want to explain in this (and maybe following) blogposts. If you are interested in mobile web development, […]

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices

Mobile Web – does the adult industry point the way (again)?

During a very intense week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and a lot of very interesting meetings, discussions and talks, one incident surprisingly stuck out. At one of the evening events, I randomly met the folks behind http://www.yourappshop.com, a platform which allows you to distribute iPhone applications through other means than the official […]

HumanApi – the browser in the real world

During the Oredev speakers dinner last November, I was having an interesting discussion about the car industry and how Google in one swipe mangled up the turn-to-turn navigation market. During this discussion and other interesting conversations at the following JsConf, it it became more and more clear that we (web developers) should be able to […]

Dojo.workshop(“Haifa”) – the summary

August 9th was the day for the first Dojo event in Israel and thanks to Yoav Rubin from IBM Research Labs in Haifa, we were able to hold the event in the great Auditorium of the amazingly located IBM building in Haifa. To give you a little impression of what kind of working environment the […]

Dojo.workshop in Haifa, Israel – August 9th

The news have been announced already on the Dojotoolkit.org and Dojocampus.org blogs but I nevertheless wanted to mention the dojo.workshop in Haifa, Israel on August 9th. Already now we have more than 50 signups and thanks to Yoav Rubin from IBM research labs we can have a full day of Dojo-ness.

EventNinja: A mobile must-have Widget for the mobile2.0

We have been writing and talking about EventNinja already for a bit. Now you can have it! Just visit EventNinja.net and test it on your iPhone and other mobile devices. EventNinja is on its way into the different AppStores and we will keep you updated on new versions coming out. What will you get? At […]