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How to build an AppUp app from existing flash code using AppUp encapsulator
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2011/04/15 1
In this post I describe a way to take your existing flash code (SWF files) and build AppUpsm center apps using AppUptm encapsulator. My hope is that developers who have already built flash games (and other cool flash apps) can expand their customer base by bring those apps over to the AppUpsm cen...
How to build an AppUp app from a web page using AppUp encapsulator
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2011/04/15 11
In this post I describe a way to take an existing web page and build an AppUpsm center app from it using AppUptm encapsulator. If you've only just heard about AppUp encapsulator and want to learn a little more before diving in - check out the FAQ. In order to build an app with encapsulator you ...
Dynamically load javascript with load completion notification
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2010/05/22 5
Here's a javascript function to dynamically load javascript into a page and get a notification (callback) when the script is done loading. I used to use the good 'ol window.onload handler - but I've found that this way is better as the Web APIs we're building need to dynamically add scripts to th...
Some web apis for the webs and the apps
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2010/04/12 0
Late last week we released to the webs our project's first set of web apis. This first set of APIs are simple, and meant to provide the app developer with a bit more device side contextual information so they might use it to provide a better experience for their user. Here's some code you can em...
Code Bubbles may blow your mind
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2010/03/12 0
This morning I took at look at Code Bubbles - a project by Andrew Bragdon This demo really blew my mind - and I felt I needed to put up a post about it. Good work like this deserves attention. I haven't seen many development tools that are as fresh and seem so useful in making code maintenance an...
HTML5 offline web apps - code experiments with several browsers
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2009/12/11 8
Last week I was discussing HTML5 offline web app features with some coworkers and I realized it was time to play around with a bit of code. You can always support your points in a geek discussion by pop'n open a big ol can o whup'code right? Until someone brings out the newclear option! Thank you...
Howto: javascript objects with public and private data and functions
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2009/11/25 5
I've been coding like mad lately - pulling together code in Javascript, HTML and C++ for the web APIs that we're working on. See my other posts: here and here for more context. One thing that had been nagging me about my own practice coding in javascript is that I still hadn't started implement...
A little list of portland tech event links
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2009/11/03 3
This afternoon I needed to provide a coworker with a list of links for local (Portland Oregon) events. I thought it would be something valuable to share with you too. The links actually cover tech, blogging and entrepreneur oriented events. Many of the events found at these sites are free or ve...
api and widget demo: cpu power connection mashed with video
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2009/10/28 0
Here are a couple of presentations I've been making a lot lately - about our work to expose platform/device capabilities to web developers. After you look at the technology, think about the kinds of device capabilities, hardware and software, that would make your web application better. Then shar...
API drafts posted at W3C - web developer comments welcome!
作者:Andy Idsinga (Intel) 张贴日期:2009/10/22 3
The other day ago our team, including Clayne Robison who also has a blog here on ISN, posted some API drafts to the W3C's Device API and Policy Working Group. In a previous post I kicked off a conversation with web developers about exposing device capabilities as javascript APIs and widgets in th...