On Adobe’s Tools and Services page there is an intriguing remark about the company’s plans for a code editor. “We think there’s a need for a different type of code editor – we’re working on something and will have more to share soon.”
That something is Brackets, a code editor written in HTML and
I am looking forward to trying out Adobe’s new Creative Suite 6 but have not yet got my hands on it. However one thing I am watching with interest is the work Adobe is doing to integrate PhoneGap developing into the suite, in particular in Dreamweaver.
PhoneGap lets you build native mobile apps for several
…continue reading Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, PhoneGap Build, and HTML5 app tooling
Adobe has announced the acquisition of Nitobi, the company which created and sponsors the open source PhoneGap project for creating cross-platform mobile applications using HTML5 technology.
Apparently this does not affect the plan to donate PhoneGap to the Apache Software Foundation:
We are also excited to announce our donation of the PhoneGap code to the
…continue reading Adobe acquires PhoneGap company Nitobi
Nitobi’s Brian LeRoux, who works on PhoneGap, has announced the start of a process to move the project to the Apache Software Foundation:
We have initialized the process to contribute PhoneGap to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The process is straightforward beginning w/ a submission of a proposal to the ASF that describes the move
…continue reading PhoneGap likely to move to Apache Software Foundation
I’ve just spotted that PhoneGap has reached version 1.0. The release was announced at PhoneGap day in Portland, on Friday 29th July.
I have spent some time trying out various cross-platform mobile development tools. PhoneGap is among the most interesting and popular, and is also open source and free to use. If you believe that
…continue reading PhoneGap is at version 1.0
RunRev LiveCode is a cross-platform development tool for Mac, Windows, Linux, Web, Apple iOS and, from this month, Google Android.
It is an individualistic tool inspired by Apple’s original (but now obsolete) HyperCard and HyperTalk, in which the building blocks of your application are stacks and cards. A stack is like a window, and
…continue reading Hands On with RunRev LiveCode: rapid development for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows
After trying out Adobe’s new Dreamweaver CS5.5 for building a PhoneGap app for Google Android, I was keen to try the same for Apple iOS. In particular, I wanted to see if the performance problems with jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap on Android were also an issue on iOS.
This turned out to be more complex
…continue reading Building a PhoneGap app for iPhone with Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5
One interesting feature in the new Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 is that PhoneGap is integrated into Dreamweaver. What this means is that you can build a mobile app for Google Android or Apple iOS from within Dreamweaver.
I have just installed the new suite, so decided to give it a try. My project: to create
…continue reading Hands on: Building a PhoneGap app with Dreamweaver CS 5.5