WordPress

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Draft Using WordPress to capture student progress worked very well. In the group context it provided a forum where the students could collect their ideas, thoughts, and progress. It was interesting see how the two teams responded to the opportunity to use word press. One team did not see any value in the exercise and chose to avoid keeping a word […]

AR and Geo Location…

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AR layers (and Geo-location) Draft Trialing Geo-location was a bust in the web apps class. I had a feeling that this would be the case as a device with a keyboard is needed to code and a mouse or other such accurate pointing device is needed to create the graphics needed. As this was most […]

Reflections on PG class

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So I just finished a 6 week (@ 6hours a week contact time) class teaching web app development. Why web apps you ask? Sure they are becoming less popular but with phone gap they can be ported to all the popular mobile platforms with ease, which is a nice feature. Also  HTML, CSS, & JavaScript […]

JSON – Building a custom YouTube app

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I was playing with JSON on youtube the other day and built a web app that just pulls down videos and presents them however you like. The idea was to show a class that JSON is not to scary and that making a app is not to hard if you have jQuery mobile or a […]