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Raymond Camden
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Blogged: GeoPix: A sample iOS app powered by IBM #MobileFirst for #Bluemix http://www.tricedesigns.com/2015/03/27/geopix-a-native-ios-app-powered-by-ibm-mobilefirst-for-bluemix/ (it's long but a ton of info!) 
In this post I'd like to show a fairly simple application that I put together which shows off some of the rich capabilities for IBM MobileFirst for Bluemix that you get out of the box - All with an...
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When working with MobileFirst and hybrid mobile applications, any changes to your web assets requires running both a build and deploy to see your changes. The command line makes this easy by letting you combine the calls into one (mfp bd), but while…
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Yesterday I described how to make use of the Ionic framework and IBM’s MobileFirst platform. Today I’m going to build on that first post and talk about bootstrapping. Specifically – how can you coordinate the use of your application with the Cordova…
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If you are having trouble understanding how to use PhoneGap/Cordova’s config.xml file, or perhaps just want to see examples of what various options do, please check out Holly Schinsky’s excellent new tool: Interactive Guide to PhoneGap config.xml.
If you are having trouble understanding how to use PhoneGap/Cordova's config.xml file, or perhaps just want to see examples of what various options do, please check out Holly Schinsky's excellent n...
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A few weeks ago I blogged about using hybrid mobile applications and MobileFirst. Today I’m going to demonstrate how to work with Ionic and MobileFirst. What follows is a combination of the steps necessary for bringing any existing Cordova application…
A few weeks ago I blogged about using hybrid mobile applications and MobileFirst. Today I'm going to demonstrate how to work with Ionic and MobileFirst. What follows is a combination of the steps n...
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For the most part, upgrading to OSX Yosemite didn’t cause any issues for me, but the one change that bugged the heck out of me (and made me question what in the heck Apple was thinking), was switching the action of clicking the green icon in app windows.…
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Remember that alt key. It drives me nuts. 
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I’m not a heavy Safari user, but I use the heck out of the web tools when testing PhoneGap/Cordova apps. Sometime recently (I believe), the UI changed a bit in terms of the Network request panel and I couldn’t see my requests anymore. I finally figured…
I'm not a heavy Safari user, but I use the heck out of the web tools when testing PhoneGap/Cordova apps. Sometime recently (I believe), the UI changed a bit in terms of the Network request panel an...
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Ok, reading a book on Angular and it made the point (and proved it) that

foo.x.y = 1;

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foo.x = {y:1};

Can anyone explain why?
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Ok, I think I misread it. The discussion is here: http://www.angularjsbook.com/angular-basics/chapters/scopes/. I think the idea is that in one case, the code is modifying an existing ob, while in the second, it blows it away.
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Earlier this week Rebecca Murphy wrote an article about what she considers a “baseline” for JavaScript developers: A Baseline for Front-End [JS] Developers: 2015. It’s a good article and I highly recommend reading it, but some of the comments raised an…
Earlier this week Rebecca Murphy wrote an article about what she considers a "baseline" for JavaScript developers: A Baseline for Front-End [JS] Developers: 2015. It's a good article and I highly r...
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Yesterday I struggled to get – what I thought – was a simple thing working in Cordova – adding a splash screen to Android. According to the docs, at minimum, you should be able to do this:
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I’m writing this rather quickly (and a bit angrily, which is a recipe for disaster ;) but if you are building hybrid apps I’d suggest you avoid using Ratchet. I’ve used it for testing before but never for a real application. I thought it might be nice to…
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Developer Advocate
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ColdFusion, JavaScript, HTML5, Node.js, PhoneGap, Star Wars trivia.
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  • IBM
    Developer Advocate, 2015 - present
  • Adobe Systems
    Developer, 2013 - 2015
  • Adobe Systems
    Evangelist, 2011 - 2013
  • FirstComp
    Architect, 2010 - 2011
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St. Louis, MO - San Mateo, CA - Virginia Beach, VA
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I'm a developer for Adobe. My primary interests are client-side development (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) and back end work with ColdFusion and Node.js. I love to talk (and write) about the web!
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  • University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    English, 2000 - 2005
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