Archive for October 2009
Based on Jesse’s work on PhoneGapLib, I created a PhoneGapLib installer that will install the lib unto your computer, but most importantly, it will set a Xcode global variable to allow the PhoneGap Xcode template to work. The PhoneGapLib installer will also install a PhoneGap Xcode template.
Creating a PhoneGap iPhone project has never been easier. This way also, if PhoneGap core is updated it will not affect your code. The main parts of the code should already be checked-in (see Jesse’s post for the url). This is a work in progress. [Updated: Download a preview version]
See screencast below:
I recently completed a project for Gestalt – Microsoft’s library that allows you to write Ruby, Python & XAML code in your (X)HTML pages.
The project consisted of writing two TextMate bundles to enable developers to have syntax highlighting and code completion for Ruby, Python and XAML in their Gestalt pages (which are regular XHTML). XAML is a declarative syntax (via XML) to enable vector graphics in the browser (rendered using Silverlight). Silverlight is used to interpret the Ruby and Python code also.