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Chariot DevNews Episode #50 – Phones hacked, security and passwords, and more

It’s our 50th episode! More to come, now weekly. Send us feedback on @techcast. Topics ARS – You can crack iPhone auto-generated hotspot passwords in seconds – http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/06/new-attack-cracks-iphone-autogenerated-hotspot-passwords-in-seconds/ Android phone #s breeched by Facebook app – http://www.darkreading.com/mobile/android-phone-numbers-leaked-by-facebook/240157723 – ARS – The more complex the rules, the more annoying, and is it really more effective than just a longer … Read More

TechCast #64 – Pre-ETE Conversation with Josh Clark and Jonathan Stark on Mobile App Design and Development

Podcast Information This final pre-ETE podcast brings together Josh Clark, designer, developer and author of Tapworthy, a guide to designing great iPhone applications, and Jonathan Stark, VP of Application Architecture at Mobiquity and author of three books including “Building iPhone apps with HTML, CSS and Javascript”. Chariot’s Kevin Griffin and I sat down over the … Read More

PhoneGap Tutorial Series – #6 Writing Your Own Plugin

This is the last of the series Hiedi Utley has written on PhoneGap.  I hope you have found the series helpful.  We hope to have more of this type of blog post in the future to help with developing mobile applications. How to Create Your Own PhoneGap Plugin Today’s topic is about creating your own … Read More

PhoneGap Tutorial Series – #1 Project Structure and Internals

Heidi Utley, one of the members of our mobile practice, has been working with PhoneGap for one of our clients. She decided to create a series of posts focusing on using PhoneGap for iPhone development. This first one discusses the project structure.  Future posts will review the PhoneGap API, installing a third party plugin, and … Read More

DevNews #31 – Rails 3.1 rumors, Forking and Joining in Java 7, Google Patents and more

The TechCast is brought to you this (and every) week by our employer / sponsor, Chariot Solutions.  We have lots of training in Spring and Maven coming up in March, and if you hurry you can enjoy an early bird special rate.  Visit our training calendar at chariotsolutions.com/education. Links (in no specific order – you … Read More

Philly ETE 2011 mobile line up!

This post is via Kevin Griffin, Chariot Architect and committee chair of the Mobile tract for ETE: Philly ETE 2011 mobile line up! Just thought I would post an update on the current lineup for Philly ETE. I’ve been involved in helping get the mobile track lineup sorted out and so far we have confirmed … Read More

Executing JavaScript from Objective-C in an iOS App

New blog post from Steve Smith, one of the Chariot architects working in our mobile practice. Steve is currently working on updating the mobile app for our Emerging Technologies conference and will be posting articles from time to time as he finds challenges or discoveries. Here is an excerpt: The other day, I found the … Read More

Post Presentation Thoughts from our Mobile Seminar

Kevin Griffin was one of the presenters at our first Mobile Seminar Breakfast. Below is a recap of his thoughts after he finished his presentation. “Yesterday I presented at the first in a series of events for Chariot Solutions, the topic was ‘Mobile Design Concepts’. My goal was to try present things that I had … Read More

ETE 2010 #4 – Panel Discussion – Challenges with Mobile Development

Today’s ETE 2010 session is a panel discussion I chaired on mobile application development.  Panelists were: Adum Blum – @AdamBlum – RhoMobile, a re-targetable mobile application development platform Joe Conway – Big Nerd Ranch (Apple mobile developer, trainer, mentor, co-author of iPhone Programming) Andrew Oswald – Chariot Solutions, developer of the ETE Android application representing … Read More

More Video Reports from Philly ETE

Adam Blum gives us his 30 second overview on his talk at Philly ETE. His talk on best practices for smart phone business apps was well attended. It was great to meet Adam in person.