Hi everyone, Here is some of the information I mentioned last night: GitHub Repositories The weather apps: https://github.com/quantumtom/noaa https://github.com/Socktan/goes The jQuery Mobile boilerplate demo (unmaintained for past nine months) https://github.com/quantumtom/webkitlab I know Phillip is working on getting the slides from class. I’ll make sure to let you know when he’s got them. Please reply with… Read More HTML5 Class Update
As an aside, I know we’re still having problems with our hardware. Unfortunately, most of this stuff is beyond my control. I encourage you to contact me if you feel at all frustrated by your experience in any way. This is only the second time I’ve taught a class, but I know – if nothing… Read More Hardware Problems
Hello to everyone in the “Building Mobile Web Applications Using HTML5 & CSS3” 5 Week Training Course, hosted by American Honda Motors. I’m going to try to respond to all the comments as soon as I have a chance to read through them all. Thank you to everyone who attended this evening -especially those who participated… Read More For Everyone Attending the “Building Mobile Web Applications Using HTML5 & CSS3” 5 Week Training Course
Indeed. Chris closed this years JSConf EU with yet another call to action for not just the JS community, but the technology community at large. This time about how we can and should not just change our community, but change ourselves, for the better. via Chris Williams: An End to Negativity – JSConf.eu ☠… Read More Chris Williams: An End to Negativity – JSConf.eu ☠ 2011
I figure a the yellow pages are sort of telecom, right? So, they should have good internet. And they do.
NOTE: As a best practice, always make a backup copy of your configuration files before attempting to modify them. SUMMARY: These instructions describe the steps needed to get install an Apache web server and configure it to server multiple independent websites using virtual host configurations. Where appropriate I’ve tried to include paths formatted both for… Read More HOWTO: Setting up a local Apache environment to host multiple independent websites