I had a message from a subscriber asking if I could make a short video on how to get a list of attendees from a Facebook event. One super quick way to do this is through the Facepager app. Firstly download the app from the Github releases page and...Read More »
I’ve started experimenting with ways of getting applications on to mobile phones. I’m interested in web based phone apps, cordova phone style apps and native apps. These apps are all all tests and always in beta.
Loom Band Tutorial Videos: Android Version Web Version
Unity3D is a game engine that lets you publish content for Android and iOS with it’s free offering. I’ve not got as far as publishing much yet.
I’ve started using the Android SDK to compare it to Cordova/Phone Gap. I haven’t got around to published anything yet and the shift from web development to native is a challenge to the way you think.
Latest Blog Posts on Mobile Development:
Facebook reminds me of my commitments. I noticed there are a few birthdays today, I haven’t seen many of them in years, but I still must say Happy Birthday and leave a string of cake emoji’s. There are some other prompts too; it has been 5 years since I went...Read More »
There are quite a few posts describing the evil Internet communities that posts pictures of that frog thing and promote hate. I find Internet communities quite interesting, I don’t think I’ve ever belonged to an Internet community. Back in 1999 I used to log on to a chat program called...Read More »
At a recent PhD seminar, a group of students had to talk about a particular thesis problem they had on two slides; mine was that I seemed to have created The NeverEnding Literature Review. I had lots of ‘themes’ in my literature review, and lots of different fields of study...Read More »
Back in September, I remember reading this Guardian post detailing the shenanigans of Palmer Luckey, The Oculus Rift founder who had been funding users of social network site Reddit to post pro-trump images and text. What struck me most about the article, was just how little information was actually...Read More »