Hey, looks, it is like Twitter… except without any Internet! The Gilgamesh App continues to evolves, and is now tagged at 0.0.4. You can unofficially find it on FDroid thought it might take a bit for the latest code to show up there. The primary update is that I have made the user interface look somewhat […]Read more "Gilgamesh: Twitter over Bluetooth"
There has been a lot of excitement this week about the robust support for the Tibetan written language in Apple’s iOS 4.2 for iPhone and iPad. This is a fantastic achievement that many contributed to, and that Apple should be loudly applauded for. Unfortunately, the state of Tibetan on Android is still poor, but not […]Read more "Another small step for a Tibetan keyboard on Android"
This tutorial is part of content I am developed for the NYU ITP course I am teaching this semester, “Social Activism using Mobile Technology”. You can find the original document posted here. This code comes from the open-source project (of which I am the lead developer) located here: http://github.com/nysenatecio/NYSenateMobileApp. If you want to see this code […]Read more "Searching and Playing YouTube Videos using Appcelerator Titanium"
One of my students at ITP is working on a mobile application for the Android platform that will be used under duress and in generally stressful conditions. These situations might include documenting children at a refugee camp, capturing medical information in a remote clinic, or identifying victims after a national disaster. I’d like to use […]Read more "Mobile Apps under Duress: User Interface Guidelines"
Homework for Week 5 Catch up on previous weeks’ readings and homework that you haven’t turned in yet Continue to develop and plan your cause with a target on being able to concisely explain it for your midterm and the next Speed Geek! Review the content presented in class and decide on the approach (server […]Read more "ITP2800 – Week 5 – Building Mobile Apps"