- Sencha – models and stores only showing one item
- Sending mail with PHP, PEAR & Godaddy
- Stop the mobile ActionBar from transitioning
- Sencha touch – IDE??
- Debugging facebook apps locally (web based ones)
- StateGroups – finally found a use for them
- Searching a string – do you need to start with a period?
- Good day in the office – 1000′s of mobile apps built in a few hours!
- App story – on BBC site. Catch it live at MAX 2011
- iOS – Mobile dev, make sure you flush when you’re done.
Monthly Archives: May 2009
Adding an icon to a form item is (yet another) one of those really annoying things in flex. I’m sure its something that loads of people wish to do but you can’t. Well just to see if I could, I … Continue reading
In one of my first blogs I demoed a pie chart that made each of the wedges from the pie explode out the way when its item in the legend was rolled over by the mouse. The pie chart also … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I last looked at this, and it annoys me that there isn’t a simple function to do this. So if you are wishing to find out how many days are in a month for a … Continue reading
Ever had a project where your client has some kind of odd/unusual caching issue with their servers that you have absoulutly zero control over? Well if you have (which I have had) then the following swc file may help you … Continue reading
Today while coding I was creating some classes that required them to dispatch custom events. I know that this is a fairly common thing to do but sometimes it is these little things that can trip you up or take … Continue reading
Today (not for the first time – but it’s been a while) I needed to create a custom class that took a custom itemRenderer. Having used itemRenderers for ages I thought it was going to be straight forward, but I’d … Continue reading
Well this is slightly old news, and a lot of you may well know that the New York Times has released a very good AIR application for reading the news. You may even recognize it from the demo that was … Continue reading