Few days ago while watching the Apple iPhone 12 keynote I wondered – Could you use this thing as a device to do programming on? So I tried. In this Video I will try to build a React + Node/Express app entirely on my iPhone SE using my favourite iOS IDE PlayJs.
I own a HTC Desire for quite a while now (actually since it came out) and I’m still very happy with it – and YES, I used an iPhone before and I’d never trade it for my Desire. However, one thing that really annoyed me was that synchronization was not as smooth as on the […]
Lately I have been doing a lot of coding for mobile devices, like iPhone or Android, but I was never really happy about the development environments. Objective C is a horrible and antique language while the Android SDK is quite nice (due to its Java roots) but does not give me the ability to create […]
Dear HTC, this month I wanted to buy myself a new android smartphone. After scanning the market for several weeks, I ended up with your HTC Legend and HTC Desire phones. So I had to make a decision based on the pro and cons: The Legend definately looks damn sexy. Its aluminium-body makes it feel […]
I absolutely hate programming in Objective C using XCode in order to deliver apps for the iPhone. The upcoming Flash CS5 seems to make it possible to create Flash applications and export ’em right into native iPhone apps. It’s really incredible. I hope, this also works using the FlexBuilder/FlexAPI since I absolutely hate using the […]
The golem.de guys had an interview with Adrian Ludwig, Flash Group Manager at Adobe Systems, and asked him what’s the benefit of the Flash platform compared to HTML5 and if Flash would ever come to the iPhone. The answers are quite interesting. After watching the video, I gotta say that Ludwig didn’t really have an […]
Hands down. Both, the “virtual” on-screen keyboard, as well as the “physical” slide-out keyboard aren’t the best input methods out there for mobile phones. Swype inc. has now developed a new, innovative input method, called Swype. Check out the demo video on golem.de for the mod on traditional on-screen keyboards.
Letzten Monat hatte ich ja über meine höchst negativen Erfahrungen mit den Apple In-Ear Kopfhörern berichtet. Völlig frustriert schickte ich Herrn Steve Jobs ein kleines Paket. Inhalt: Die Kopfhörer und ein Brief. Heute, ca 3 Wochen später, rief mich ein netter Herr aus Irland an. “Hallo, mein Name ist XXX vom Apple Kundenservice. Ich rufe […]