Category Archives: Web Dev

UPDATE: Installing Boot2Gecko on Nexus S

A couple of months ago I gave instructions on flashing B2G onto an unlocked Nexus S. Since that time, the B2G folks have made it a heck of a lot easier to do this. I though I’d provide some updated … Continue reading

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Writing a Boot2Gecko app

iPhone is so, like, yesterday. Is Boot2Gecko the future? Could be, if it’s as easy to create apps for as the Boot2Gecko blog makes it out to be. Here is my experience with creating an HTML5 webapp, making it “installable” … Continue reading

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Installing Boot2Gecko on Nexus S

EDIT: These instructions have been updated and simplified. Mozilla announced the Boot to Gecko project late last year. I picked up an unlocked Nexus S and took a weekend to build B2G and flash the the phone with it. I’ve … Continue reading

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Django Tutorial, Part II

Today we’re going to implement search functionality in our song app. This will include basic form processing in our view, and returning search results to the client. Ready? Let’s get started!

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Django Tutorial: Part I

Today we’re going to create a Song model, set up a few songs, and then develop our list and search functionality for our Songster application. Future tutorials will include search, add and edit functionality and more.

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Django Tutorial: Introduction

I’ve been using Django the past couple of months or so. Like Rails, it’s a “convention over configuration” web framework based on a popular scripting language (in this case Python). I like its flexibility and the fact that it’s easy … Continue reading

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Using jQuery Ajax for Django form submission

I’ve spent some time with Django, a really cool python-based web framework. It’s similar to Rails in that it’s easy to get something up and running quickly, but I find it a little easier to understand, and a little less … Continue reading

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