Still one session to attend about closures in Objective-C, and I’ll call it a week. A little bit of shopping this afternoon in order to spend my last dollars and I’ll be ready for take-off tomorrow afternoon. So it’s time for a little summary of this week. Overall, it was my first WWDC and I’m
In the previous episode, we built a simple Grails backend for the todolist application. In this installment, we will create a simple Flex 4 front-end for this backend. The following assumes that you have already installed Flash Builder 4 (formerly known as Flex Builder), either in standalone mode or as an Eclipse plug-in.
A couple of years ago, I published an article on this blog entitled “Flex, Spring and BlazeDS: the full stack!” and this article became very popular. Actually it broke my daily visits record. Today I’m gonna try to break this record again.
That’s it. I’ve released my first Grails plugin ever. Woooo! Champagne! If you follow my Twitter feed, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been playing a lot with Apple Push Notification service lately (APNs for friends). Indeed, ConferenceGuide still requires a data connection, which can be problematic on a lot of events because they’re usually abroad
Woohooo! Exciting times! It’s confirmed, I will be at Devoxx the whole week, and my Conference Guide iPhone application has just been approved. For your information, it only covers Devoxx 2009 for now, but it’s meant to be generic and I will add more information for other conferences soon: TEDxBrussels, JFokus, etc. The application is