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NativeScript CLI to Telerik Platform—There and Back Again
April 20, 2017
Software Craftsmanship 2014 Wall Calendar Analysis
How have the 2014 Software Craftsmanship wall calendar sales varied by country? See the numbers, and how they can be used to (facetiously) suggest that one country cares more about their code than another!
January 17, 2014
Four Options for Mobile Form Validation
Form validation is among the most despised tasks in web development. Implementing client-side validation in a user-friendly, developer-friendly, and accessible way is shockingly difficult - especially in the context of mobile. Worse, since the need for server-side validation is not removed, any client-side validation violates the DRY principle of software development. In this article we'll look at some mobile form validation best practices, and a few different ways to implement them.
January 16, 2014
Let's Get Push Notifications Working In PhoneGap And iOS
Icenium makes it easy to do Push Notifications, but you still have to deal with Apple's certification and provision process. This post walks you through getting your push notifications working on iOS in a PhoneGap application.
January 14, 2014
How to Add Files to the "res" Directory
Jim Cowart explores how you can add resource files to your Icenium apps and include them in the "res/" directory when you build your installers.
January 09, 2014
Live From the AT&T Developer Hackathon
This last weekend AT&T held a developer hackathon at the Palms resort in Las Vegas. The event attracted hundreds of developers from around the world - all competing for tens of thousands of dollars in prizes. In this article we'll talk about the event, the winners, and what this all means for Icenium.
January 07, 2014
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