So I’ve known about the new Chrome Apps for Desktop since the beginning of this year, but now that they are apart of the stable version of Chrome I’m thinking of finally tackling this project. I have started to be more careful about using unstable versions of Chrome Dev, and Canary builds. I have found […]
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After weeks battling for the best ported app to the Windows 8 app platform. My app won the contest, here is the link and not only did I win I won the grand prize which was a Trip to San Francisco to the Microsoft Build 2013 conference, which was great I met some really exciting […]
Recently I joined the Nokia Developers program and received the Nokia Asha 311 smart phone based on a Nokia operating system that is specific to gain a large market for rural areas like India with a low cost smart phone. I did try to port some of my existing apps into the Nokia beta framework […]
So I have been part of the Blackberry Dev Alpha C device testing program which is really neat. It’s pretty interesting to be part of a program before the general public is using it. Blackberry also gave me a free ticket to Blackberry live in Orlando, FL I was unable to attend due to the […]
I was recently approached by an overseas company to redesign some of my apps to be featured on an upcoming platform that has apps preloaded for hotel guests on the box connected under the hotel TV. I’m not really sure if it makes sense so far for me to redesign apps for a TV, but […]
As for the new flexible phones I think it’s a great idea as it can be hard to hold devices with one hand, and have a coffee in the other while keeping my balance on the train. The whole Google Glass experiment is interesting, I’m not sure what it will end up being. I don’t […]
I’ve been reading a lot of information about 4k TV’s and how they are supposed to change the TV viewing world. The whole 4k / OLED screens are pretty much the same as the retina devices we have today except on a way bigger screen. It also seems that using my iDevices at the same […]
We were told to show what we have made for the Chrome Web Store, and I showed off my HTML5 game Mad Dash! which is a realistic horse simulation game.
Next Wednesday I will be going to the Google Chrome App conference. I started building Google Chrome Apps since the release of extensions for Google Chrome a few years ago. I’m excited to be attending. I’ll report back what I learn about the new Chrome 25 and Chrome Web Store Apps.
I’ve hit a cross road making apps as it has been lucrative and enriching as I continue to create Android / iOS apps that have been submitted into 6 app stores (Nook, Amazon, Apple, Google Web and Android, and Blackberry.) Where do I go from here? As a developer I like to think about pushing […]