Note: I’m trying to blog more, just get any useful thoughts or recommendations I have down in public, on paper, so to speak. While I have developed, contributed to and promote various formal digital security guides and curriculum, sometimes these can be overwhelming to people just looking for some quick advise. Why do you need […]Read more "Four Browsers for Defending Your iPhone from Evildoers, Spiders and Snoops"
Tonight at the New York Tech Meetup, I, along with Greg and Chevon, demo’d the soon-to-be-released Coovents iPhone app (sign up to beta test here). David Oliver and I, through our mobile consultancy, Oliver+Coady chosed to work with Coovents due to their great focus on a killer app: Coovents.com shows you which happy hours are […]Read more "Coovents.com iPhone App Demo Video"
Skadoo is a PhoneGap based application that is now available in the iTunes store. The app should be considered very beta… though (developers take note!) Apple doesn’t allow you to include the word “beta” in any graphics, description or application meta-data. In short, say its “Phonegap-based” means that this app was built using HTML, CSS […]Read more "Skadoo: PhoneGap-based app now in iTunes"
UPDATE 7:20PM January 7: Android Market support responded with this: “Hello Nathan, Thanks for writing in. Your app was suspended because it seems to be a demo of what one can do with a blog. You may re-upload your app to the “Demo” section of the market as opposed to the “Reference” section. If we […]Read more "Android Market Suspends My "Blog App"!"
I’ve been doing some work on a iPhone webapp (natively deployed, wrapped in PhoneGap naturally) and decided to incorporate some advanced visualizations using Scalable Vector Graphics. Achieving robust SVG support in browsers has been a long struggle, and the good news is that the latest builds of both Firefox and Safari, desktop and mobile, do […]Read more "SVG makes your iPhone webapps more "flash"-y"