There was a lot of grumbling when Titanium 1.8 came out, and CommonJS was introduced. People had built apps using the best practices of 1.7, but suddenly there were a whole new set of best practices. It took me a bit to get used to the syntax, but once I got over that hurdle, the [...]
I recently ran into a situation where I needed to compare values inside two associative arrays. I ended up having to nest two different loops, but wanted to optimize performance by breaking the inner loop when I found what I was looking for. A bit of searching, and I found what I was looking for… [...]
I figured that it would be great to kick off my new-found motivation to blog with a post going over how I do mobile testing. You have to do testing, it has a high cost of entry, and can be intimidating. Let’s walk through how I do it as a entrepreneur/consultant.
All of my current open-source projects are now hosted on GitHub. The ability to easily fork projects, along with the whole concept of pull requests, made the move an easy decision. You can see all the projects at https://github.com/iotashan
I’m going to set aside a little time each week to blog about my experiences with developing Pintley. This is the first in hopefully a long-running series