In this screencast Jaffe will work with the service provider Twilio to build a text messaging and voice messaging application. This first part of several will introduce you to the framework and get your started accepting voice communication calls and text messages immediately. It truly makes “Press 1 to make an apt” easy and cake.
This screencast will teach you how to get your Google+ application setup and running to begin working with the Google + API. We will use the PHP sample test app to setup an application and get started with the API. Google+ is google’s new social media platform designed to compete with facebook.
This screencast will build off of our Amazon web services screencast’s. You will learn how to create an amazon relational database service instance as well as use our Linux Amazon EC2 instance to connect to the MySQL database.
It’s time to move into some action with our Appcelerator series. In this screencast your going to learn how to create buttons. Not just regular buttons on the window, but also button bars, system buttons, header/title bar buttons and more! Once we create those buttons we will learn how to add event listeners to make those buttons perform actions when clicked.
This screencast will top off our “creating a contact form series” with Jaffe showing you how to make your contact form inside of jQueryMobile to allow your form to be available to mobile users.
What is HTML5? If you haven’t heard of it by now, then you are for sure living under a rock. With the recent release of Amazons HTML5 kindle reader and linkedin’s new HTML5 interface, everyone from CNN to Foxnews is talking about it. So What is it? As a newb you’re still smarter than the average person. So this quick “What is” video will tell you.. Well.. What is HTML5?