Budget Analyzer Application: Client Side via jQuery Mobile

January 24, 2013

As mentioned in my previous post, this article series is around my Budget Analyzer application that I built using Grails and jQuery Mobile frameworks. I hope to present this as a more real world example of using Grails along with using jQuery Mobile for the client side responsible design that can scale to any sized […]


jQuery Mobile, Grails, GAE, Oh My!

June 19, 2011

I recently decided to sit down and play with jQuery Mobile and absolutely fell in love with it. I’ve been designing web applications for years, but the pure simplicity in jQuery Mobile is absolutely amazing. The one part I’ve never been good at is graphics with respect to web design. jQuery Mobile removes that requirement […]


RFC: Cross Request Websockets

March 13, 2011

One of the biggest problems I see with the web today is the ability to stream data. In the early years it was all done by polling which results in slower data retrieval and constant up and down connections which are expensive. Then, flash and java-based applets came to the scene and provided raw TCP/IP […]

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Ajaxian » CSS3 breaking in the design community

June 15, 2009

Great article below on developing for both next generation and current gen browsers.  I firmly believe in this approach in developing your site to utilize new features while back supporting older browsers in less dramatic ways.  If sites move to this model, users will have a much more compelling reason to upgrade in order to […]

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HTML5 Adoption via Emulation

October 11, 2008
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The biggest issue right now with web related specifications is browser adoption. The specs clearly state that at least two mainstream browsers must implement the standard to be considered complete. In most cases that tends to be Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Internet Explorer. The first of these three has always been adapt to adopting standards. […]

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