Javascript

jQuery Mobile workshops in Germany in October 2013

by kai 15/04/2013

While I’m going to be in Germany for CFCamp in October, I’ll be running three instances of my “Developing mobile web applications with jQuery Mobile” workshop in each Frankfurt (October 8, 2013), Cologne (October 10, 2013) and Hamburg (October 17, 2013). The three trainings are being held in cooperation with Heise Events, the event and […]

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IntelliJ 12.1 has been released

by kai 13/04/2013

Recently the Jetbrains team have released IntelliJ 12.1. It’s a free upgrade for owners of IntelliJ 12, therefore it was a no-brainer for me to apply the upgrade – and IntelliJ is my default go-to-IDE anyway. Unfortunately there are no noticeable new features or fixes for the CFML plugin that made it into version 12.1. […]

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New side project: jquery.expand.js

by kai 21/10/2012

I’ve got a new side project. Nothing major, but quite a bit of fun to play with: jquery.expand.js. Basically, it’s a little jQuery plugin that provides functionality for collapsing and expanding part of an HTML site. I needed this functionality as while ago for a client; ┬áthe only plugin out there providing the particular “flavour” […]

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Want to learn jQuery Mobile? In Munich or Melbourne? Book now!

by kai 13/10/2012

This is just a quick reminder that I’m teaching a full-day jQuery Mobile workshop on two occasions in October. For both session there are still tickets available, at the same time both have enough attendees to def. go ahead and happen! The first one is next week, October 17 in Munich. It’s part of CFCamp’s […]

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Why would anyone travel from New Zealand to Kansas City, MO? D2WC!

by kai 08/01/2012

The short answer is: for D2WC 2012. Let me briefly explain: D2WC is a conference about and for designers, developers, hybrid and the famous designer-developer workflow. It will go into its third iteration in 2012 and after Dee Sadler was originally trying to get me involved with the event already in 2010, I finally went […]

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